September 28th, 2022
In order to offer more optical choices for our customers, Vector Optics has updated our Nautilus series. The new Nautilus 1x30 red dot scope is coming! Let's first take a look at the main specification of it and discuss what exactly has changed with the Nautilus 1x30 red dot scope(SCRD-D26).
Compared to the previous generation standard dot reticle. First and most importantly, the Nautilus 1x30 red dot scope offers double reticles!
It has an additional circle and crosshair dot reticle. This is suitable for rapid shooting and can focus on aiming with the help of quarter reticle in the close range. Besides, it is also featured for the motion sensor and audible click turret adjustment.
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The Paragon 3x18 prism scope has been tested on the AR 15 but also on a lever-action in .357 mag. This prism scope works great. Lightweight, fast and accurate. It was shot on 25m steel plates, as well as on 50m and 100m paper targets. It has always been reliable and has done a good job on a .357 mag lever-action. The eye relief is very good for a prism sight. The height can be varied by an additional plate. With the fixed 3x magnifier you cover short and medium distances well. The Paragon is very clear and sharp, without a black ring around the image. The parallax setting is 100m, but very good results can still be achieved on 50 m paper targets and 25m steel plates are no problem anyway. High-quality manufactured, lifetime warranty, and for the money offered a great price/performance ratio. So, if you are looking for a compact, lightweight sight, you should take a look at the Paragon 3x18 prism scope.
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How to properly measure the required scope rings height?
For many shooting beginners, how to properly measure the required rings height always bothers them. So it is important to get the required mount height by the correct measurement method. First, we need to consider three factors:
1. the outside diameter of the scope’s objective (not the size of the objective lens)
2. the height of the front of your base/rail from the barrel (As right picture: the height of blue arrow)
3. the height of your rings from the top of the rail to center line (As left picture: 40mm）
The height of the front of your base/rail from the barrel and the half of the outside diameter of the scope together must be greater than the height of your rings from the top of the rail to center line. So that it can be used regularly.
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