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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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3X - 9X

Product Color:
Matte Black

Size:
12.3"-12.6oz.

Objective Size (mm):
40mm

Eye Relief:
3.7" - 4.2"

Reticle:
Accu-Range

FOV:
32.9' - 13.1'

Tube Size:
1"
  • $219.99

  • SKU: 1697965

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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 Scope 4.8 5 35 35
Redfield is back I bought this scope and put it on my Browning X Bolt 308 rifle. This is a great scope for the money. I am in the market for another X Bolt in 243 and it will be topped with a Revolution scope as well. I hunt in timber where it gets dark fast and the scope really brings in the light allowing me to hunt longer. The clarity of this scope is excellent and is worthy of the Redfield name. I have only had it for one season so I will refrain from commenting on the long term durability but I did put it through the paces this year and it kept it's zero and held up well. It is great to use at the range as well. I can clearly see the targets, no distortion around the edges even when cranked up on high. I wish Redfield made scope covers like the Leupolds or the Leupolds would fit the Redfields since Leupold makes Redfield now. That would rate it five stars instead of four and it would be the perfect scope. January 3, 2014
Got My Confidence Back Truly an excellent scope. Had zeroed my old scope in before deer season and shot a buck opening day. But something happened to the scope to knock it off zero, perhaps in transporting it. I missed three deer, buck and two does. I checked the scope and it was way off zero and wouldn't adjust in. I had lost confidence in the old scope and knew I had one thing to do, which was to replace it. My friend has a Redfield Revolution scope and is very pleased with it. So, I purchased my Redfield and a week later shot a hog from 50 yrs. My Redfield is dead on. I got my confidence back. January 3, 2014
Very Good OPtics I bought this scope when it first came out and paid $165 for the 3-9x40. I really like this scope. It has excellent eye relief even out to 9x. Very easy to adjust and is much better than the scopes that require a screwdriver to manipulate. My uncle has a Nikon monarch and my Redfield seems brighter. It also, when used at dark, is brighter than looking with the naked eye. I put it on my marlin 99 and used it to snipe chippees and squirrels. I just mounted it on my Remmington 870 with the remmington weaver style base. Looks awesome but I have not zeroed it so I can't say how it will hold up to the 12 ga. recoil. I am confident in American manufacture. Note: Redfiled is made by Leopold. November 2, 2013
Very Excellent scope I normally do not write reviews, but this scope has performed so well that I feel the need to write one. I mounted this scope on a Rem 700 SPS tac in 308. I only bought it because it was on sale and I needed a scope for the new gun to hunt with last season. Thinking... "It is a Redfield and they used to be good scopes." I bought the 3x9x50 with Accu-range thinking that if it didn't work that well I would use it on one of my .22's or something. I used a one piece Weaver type base and tactical rings. After a barrel break in period and a couple hundred hand loads later this scope is still dead on. Just a few days ago I placed 4 rounds in less than 1/2 inch @ 100yds with the gun strait out of the case. That was right where I left it last time I shot the gun. Now my wife and daughter want one for there guns. I like the fact that Redfield supplies a table by which you can reference your balistics to gauge what each mark in the scope means at distance point of impact. I found they were fairly close but I have revised the list and taped it to the butt stock. This scope has complimented an already accurate gun. My Army son has nicknamed the setup... "The Laser Weapon" September 29, 2013
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Haven't tried the redfield but as for the Nikon, it is very good in low light. As I said earlier this year, I have taken all my Scopes from other manufacturers of my hunting and target rifles and pistols and replaced them with Nikon. and "no" I do not work for or have anything to do with Nikon. I just got tired of Scopes breaking and fogging up and noticed my Nikon were basicly maintenance free, I went to what i call problem free products, because I hate thing that fail or fall apart in the field
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go with the Nikon
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Any standard Weaver or Leupold mounts should work. You should probably use medium or high 1" rings.
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Leupold or weaver
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use a high ring.
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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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I have one on a S&W 686, 357, I know the recoil is greater on the gun you have, but I have fired over 400 rds with this scope and it has never failed. best I can tell you is, Nikon has a lifetime warr. and they stand behind their stuff. wish i had more data with heaver rounds but, their (Nikon) scopes stand up well on my 50 cal. barret, and my rem.700, 300 ultra mag. and they are the same scopes I use on my smaller cal hunting rifles.
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absolutely it would work. use some good steel mounts and the Revolution will perform.
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yes, If you use high scope mounts
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No lens covers or mounts. But is a great scope for the money. I own 4.
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I own this scope in 2-7x33, and it has very generous eye relief. It isn't a scope that is specifically manufactured for a muzzleloader, but it should function properly, and I am pretty sure that it would still be clear if it was mounted further ahead to account for the recoil of a muzzleloader.
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what size lens covers

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redfield revolution accu-range3-9x40mm
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The Redfields are made to accept any screw-in Scope covers that all Leopolds accept.
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40mm
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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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