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Redfield Revolution Scope

   

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Magnification Other specs Quantity Price & availability

3X - 9X

Product Color:
Matte Black

Size:
12.3"-12.6oz.

Objective Size (mm):
40mm

Eye Relief:
3.7" - 4.2"

Reticle:
4 Plex

FOV:
32.9' - 13.1'

Tube Size:
1"
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The American-made legend returns, and better than ever. The Redfield® Revolution™ Scope features Rapid Target Acquisition (RTA) ensuring you never miss a shot because you couldn’t find the ''sweet spot'' behind the eyepiece. Illuminator Lens System™ uses premium lenses and cutting-edge coatings to deliver superior light transmission, especially in critical low-light periods. Accu-Range™ reticle excels at long range; 100% waterproof, fogproof, and shockproof. Manufacturer's lifetime warranty.

  • Rapid Target Acquisition (RTA)
  • Illuminator Lens System™
  • Premium lenses and cutting-edge coatings deliver superior light transmission
  • Accu-Range™ reticle excels at long range
  • 100% waterproof, fogproof, and shockproof
  • Manufacturer's lifetime warranty

An American original returns, with a sharper focus!
No-nonsense optics for everyone. John C. Redfield’s vision for his company, developed more than 100 years ago, is as valid today as it was then. After nearly a century of making top-notch optical equipment available to hunters at affordable prices, however, the company closed its doors in 1998. Sadly, the hunting industry had lost one of its legends.
Fast-forward to 2008. Leupold & Stevens, Inc., the U.S.-based maker of Leupold® optics, purchased Redfield, revived the brand, and prepared to once again make great optics in keeping with the traditions of the name.
Redfield products today are made for real hunters—those who scout, set up blinds, and wake long before dawn. Whether you’re after a trophy buck or a full freezer, Redfield optics will get the job done, season after season, and without breaking the bank.

Redfield® Revolution™ Scopes 4.8 5 29 29
Good investment Mounted the 3-9x52mm on my .308. This scope looks awesome and was easy to sight in. In the low light, you have to see how well it grabs the light! I am satisfied with my purchase. September 3, 2012
Revolution rocks Great value for the money. Very crisp optics with great low light performance. I used a 3-9x50 last fall on my .300 WSM and popped a nice bull lek at 350 yards utilizing the accurange reticle. I actually dropped my rifle on some rocks the day before and If I would have been using a lesser scope I don't think it would have held zero like this one did. I knew Leupold was a great product, and now know that Redfield is pretty good also. Go USA! May 17, 2012
its okay but not the best Not as clear as my bushnell doa , or my Nikon Monarch , or my Leupold vx-3 , The reason i purchased this scope is because it was on sale , now i am having buyers remorse . Do yourself a favor & spend the extra money and get yourself a Leupold you will be glad you did . I like to purchase products that are made in the USA another reason i got the Redfield , but just like most everything else in the good old USA i am disapointed with it . March 25, 2012
4x12 redfield scope The scope was easy to sight in I just put the circle on the bullseye and made my adjustments as needed scope has stayed true I have used the scope in the wet and cold and have never had a problem with fogging I am really glad I chose this scope to put on my 30-06 November 24, 2011
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Leupold or weaver
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yes if you don"t have tall mounts, leupold would usually work best' weaver is good also
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Will it fit an XP100

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Would this scope work for on a Remington XP100 ...35 Remington cartridge Recoil is hefty so I need something that will take the recoil ... most pistol scopes have problems with this size cartridge.
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absolutely it would work. use some good steel mounts and the Revolution will perform.
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No lens covers or mounts. But is a great scope for the money. I own 4.
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what size lens covers

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redfield revolution accu-range3-9x40mm
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depends on which reticule you use. The accu-range is 0ed at 200, top of the circle is 100, bottom of the circle is 300 etc.
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It is kind of a personal preference but it will work for both. For 308 I would zero at 200 and read ballistics for drop beyond & rise at 100yd. But thats my preference
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It is always best to zero it at 100 yards and then adjust your crosshair if you need to shoot at a further distance. Read the ballistics on the .308 and see how it typically shoots at 200 yards (bullet drop) and adjust accordingly.
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i shoot a 22-250 200yard zero bottom of circle 300 milladot 400 duplex post 500
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I started at 50 yrds with zero then put it 1.5 high at 100yrds
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yes, mine seems to be holding 0 fine
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I would say yes. I shoot a 30-06 and absolutely love it. I can't tell you the number of times I bump this scope in my truck or in the field and I shoot a semi-auto, and I have never had to resight it. Just test out the different markings at different distances to find good points. For me, I sight in at 150 yards. The top of the circle is 25 yards and then I use the bottom circle for 250 yards.
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yes, i have one 3x9x40 one a rem 700 bdl, .300 win mag and no problems. 100+ rounds on the bench. it would be ideal!
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It surely is! I use this scope on a 300 Remington Ultra Mag which has much more recoil and it stands up perfectly. Great selection for the money.
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yes it would be a great scope for a 300 has long eye releaf
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