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Target Master Wildcat 6-24 Line Tac MOA

$599.95

Suitable for precision rimfire, air gun, or long-range centrefire competitors, the Target Master LRT FFP rifle scope features a 30 mm tube with a high-definition achromatic lens to provide a crisp image in any environment. It features precise and audible multi-turn style turrets and 70 MOA of adjustments with zero stop. This piece ensures you’ll have what you need for confident and repetitive tracking.

Built to perform, the Target Master offers unparalleled 82% light transmission for edge-to-edge clarity. Thanks to Scorpion’s proprietary high anti-reflective lens coatings, the precision ground lenses improve contrast for a sharper image, maximizing clarity for an outstanding optical performance. The target turrets have a tactile and audible click with distinctive markings. Scorpion’s target master series is 100% waterproof, dust proof, fog proof and magnum caliber tested. These scopes are built to last!

 

Best of all, the Scorpion lifetime No Fault Sting Fee warranty means owners don’t need to worry about accidental damage to their scope or manufacturer issues – ever.

  • HD Fully Multi Coated Lens
  • Light Transmission: 82%
  • Multi Turn Turrets
  • Zero Stop
  • Resettable Zero
  • Glass Etched Illuminated LRT Reticle
  • 1/4” Turret Adjustment
  • Blackout Lens Edges
  • Easy Adjust Eyepiece
  • Side Parallax Adjustment
  • 1 Piece T6061 Aluminum Tube
  • Magnum Rated
  • Magnification 6-24
  • Objective Lens Diameter 50 mm
  • Reticle Line-Tac
  • Turret Style Exposed Multi-Turn Zero Stop
  • Tube Size 30 mm
  • Adjustment Graduation ¼ MOA
  • Parallax Setting 10 Yards to Infinity
  • Max Windage Adjustment 70 MOA
  • Max Elevation Adjustment 70 MOA
  • Travel Per Rotation 15 MOA
  • Field of View at 100 Yards 16.7 – 4.5
  • Eye Relief 83-85 mm
  • Length 13.22”
  • Weight 29.6oz.
  • Battery CR2032
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    I’ve been shooting one of these since last year. I switched to it after shooting another very popular brand scope that is comparably price. I won’t be going back. I love it. It’s clearer, brighter, a more forgiving eye box, a nicer reticle for the shooting I do, and it’s also lit and comes with a zero stop. My old optic had neither of those features and lists for about 50 more than my Wildcat. I’m doing with picking products because of the name on them or by the reputation a company used to have or earned in the past. I’m looking forward to getting my hands on the new Telson Wildcat. If it plays above its price point the way this scope does it’s going to be as big a winner as this one and most likely bigger.

    April 9, 2024

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  • Max Windage Adjustment 70 MOA
  • Max Elevation Adjustment 70 MOA
  • Travel Per Rotation 15 MOA
  • Field of View at 100 Yards 16.7 – 4.5
  • Eye Relief 83-85 mm
  • Length 13.22”
  • Weight 29.6oz.
  • Battery CR2032
  • HD Fully Multi Coated Lens
  • Light Transmission: 82%
  • Multi Turn Turrets
  • Zero Stop
  • Resettable Zero
  • Glass Etched Illuminated LRT Reticle
  • 1/4” Turret Adjustment
  • Blackout Lens Edges
  • Easy Adjust Eyepiece
  • Side Parallax Adjustment
  • 1 Piece T6061 Aluminum Tube
  • Magnum Rated
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1 review for Target Master Wildcat 6-24 Line Tac MOA

Accuracy

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Performance

100 %

Look

100 %

Quality

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Value

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    TimboPRS

    I’ve been shooting one of these since last year. I switched to it after shooting another very popular brand scope that is comparably price. I won’t be going back. I love it. It’s clearer, brighter, a more forgiving eye box, a nicer reticle for the shooting I do, and it’s also lit and comes with a zero stop. My old optic had neither of those features and lists for about 50 more than my Wildcat. I’m doing with picking products because of the name on them or by the reputation a company used to have or earned in the past. I’m looking forward to getting my hands on the new Telson Wildcat. If it plays above its price point the way this scope does it’s going to be as big a winner as this one and most likely bigger.

    April 9, 2024

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