- Includes: 1-4x24 FFP Scope, 30mm Medium Profile Scope Rings, CR2032A Battery, Lens Cloth, Lens Cover, Honeycomb Sunshade, Felt Cover
- Reticle: Illuminated CQB-BDC
- Lens Coating: Multi-Layer
- Materials: 6061 Aircraft Grade Aluminum
- Compatibility: Rifles with Picatinny Rails
- Scope Range: Close to Mid Range, 300+ Yards
- Magnification: 1-4x
- FOV (@100 yards): 103.29 - 26.4 ft
- Objective Diameter: 24 mm
- Tube Size: 30 mm
- Eye Relief: 4 - 4.5 in
- Weight: 1 lb
- Length: 9.6 in
- Color: Black or Flat Dark Earth
- Fog & Water Resistance? Yes (Nitrogen Sealed)
- Warranty: 1 Year Warranty
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Our G2 line of FFP Scopes are built to deliver premium high performance optics at the most affordable prices on the market. The G2-FFPS1424-R includes a First Focal Plane Rangefinder reticle. A magnification range from 1-4x capable of Close to Mid range targeting at distances over 300 yards. Functionally designed first focal plane reticle for faster range estimation and holdover correction. Etched black reticle is visible when off or can be illuminated in red or green for low light environments.
This package comes with a pair of heavy duty high profile 30mm scope rings, detachable anti-reflective honeycomb filter for glare reduction, pair of flip-up lens covers and CR2032 3V battery for illumination.
What is an FFP Rifle Scope?
FFP stands for First Focal Plane. The term refers to the position of the scope reticle in relation to the magnification lens. In FFP scopes, the reticle is located to the front of the magnification lens - the first focal plane. The key consequence of this is that the size of the reticle grows or shrinks in relation to magnification adjustment.
SFP versus FFP Scopes
In SFP (Second Focal Plane) scopes, the size of the reticle is fixed regardless of magnification. In FFP (First Focal Plane) scopes, the size of the reticle grows or shrinks in relation to magnification adjustment. Range and distance information from the reticle remain constant in an FFP scope regardless of magnification - so a 1 MOA hashmark is equal to 1 MOA at all magnification levels. Tasks such as range estimation, hold over correction, and bullet drop adjustment can therefore be performed much more easily at all magnification levels using an FFP scope.