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SHEPHERD 3-10x40 P2 Dual Reticle System Rifle Scope (310-P2)

MANUFACTURER: Shepherd

MPN: 310-P2

UPC: 658792894439

WEBY SKU: SHE-310-P2

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SHEPHERD 3-10x40 P2 Dual Reticle System Rifle Scope (310-P2)
SHEPHERD 3-10x40 P2 Dual Reticle System Rifle Scope (310-P2)
SHEPHERD 3-10x40 P2 Dual Reticle System Rifle Scope (310-P2)
SHEPHERD 3-10x40 P2 Dual Reticle System Rifle Scope (310-P2)
SHEPHERD 3-10x40 P2 Dual Reticle System Rifle Scope (310-P2)
SHEPHERD 3-10x40 P2 Dual Reticle System Rifle Scope (310-P2)
SHEPHERD 3-10x40 P2 Dual Reticle System Rifle Scope (310-P2)
SHEPHERD 3-10x40 P2 Dual Reticle System Rifle Scope (310-P2)
SHEPHERD 3-10x40 P2 Dual Reticle System Rifle Scope (310-P2)

SPECIFICATION

  Magnification     3x–10x  
  Objective Lens Diameter, mm     40  
  Field of View (FOV) @ 1000yds, ft     41.5–15  
  Relative Brightness    175–16  
  Eye-Relief, in     3"–3.5"  
  Click Value     1/4 MOA  
  Tube, in     1"  
  Stadia Size, in     18"  
  Reticle     P2  
  Lens Coating     Multi-coated  
  40mm Adjustable Objective     25' to infinity  
  Length, in     14"  
  Weight, oz     17  

FEATURES

  • Zero-in with 1 shot
  • Bad light shooting
  • World's fastest rangefinding and bullet drop compensation
  • Nitrogen filled, waterproof, shockproof, soldier-proof
  • Patented dual reticle system
  • P2 Reticle with 18" circles feets deer and military silhouettes
  • Flat Black Finish
  • Lifetime Warranty

DESCRIPTION

The SHEPHERD 3-10x40 P2 Dual Reticle System Rifle Scope (310-P2) works on everything from a .223 varmint load to a 338 Win., 250 grain bear stopper.

The model 310-P2 has 18" range-finding circles that feet deer and military silhouettes. Please note that circles can be adjusted up or down to accomodate faster or slower loads.

Drop figures in inches from 100 yds / zero to the center:

100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000
0 -3.98 -14.25 -31.86 -58.05 -94.20 -142.13 -203.98 -282.39 -380.90

Here is a selection of the most common calibres which Shepherd Model 310-P2 is calibrated for:

Rifle Caliber Bullet Weight
223 55 gr.
25 WSSM 120 gr.
250 Sav. 87 gr.
250 Sav. 100 gr.
257 Rob. 100 gr.
25-06 Rem. 120 gr.
264 140 gr.
270 150 gr.
270 WSM 150 gr.
7mm-08 140 gr.
280 165 gr.
284 Win. 150 gr.
308 Win. 150 gr.
308 Win. 168 gr.
308 Win. 165 gr.
30-06 150 gr.
30-06 165 gr.
30-06 180 gr.
30-06 200 gr.
325 WSM 220 gr.
338 Win.m 250 gr.
300 H&H.m 180 gr.
375 Wea. 300gr.
5.56 Nato 55 gr.
5.56 Nato 62 gr.
6.8 115 gr.
7.62 Nato 137 gr.
7.62 Nato 184 gr.
7.62 x 54 R 184 gr.
7.64 Bren 140 gr.
300 H&H Mag 180 gr.

Why some scopes lose their zeros and some don't?
Rule #1 is: In order for a scope to lose its zero, something between the reticle and the target must move.
Rule #2 is: In order to see what moved you need two reticles, each one to track the other.

The old type German scopes put the cross hair in the front focal plane. They hardly ever lost their zeros because the only thing between the reticle and the cross hair was the objective lens. The drawback was that the reticle magnified when zoomed and blocked out long-range targets. Americans put the reticle in the rear focal plane where it would not magnify. The main drawback with this was that it put about three more lenses between the reticle and the target. The American system was then three times more likely to lose its zero. The American was more convenient but the German system was more reliable.

Shepherd Rifle Scope gives you the best of both worlds with the drawbacks of neither. Sheperd uses the front focal plane location for rangefinding and bullet drop compensating circles. This gives Shepperd Scope the German dependability and, when zoomed, the circles do not block the targets but instead frame them and give you instant target engagement on any power. Then put the cross hair in the rearfocal plane (where the Americans do) in order to get the benefits of a nonmagnifying reticle. This patented Dual Reticle System lets each reticle monitor the other and thus allows for: one shot zeroing in, "at a glance" verification of the original zero, and visual confirmation of windage and elevation adjustments before you shoot. The Shepherd is truly the most reliable of all and the only one to tell you if something is out of zero before you shoot.

$799.00

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Availability: In Stock