SECOND FOCAL PLANE
1-10X24 BANSHEE SFP LPVO
LOW POWER VARIABLE OPTIC
The Banshee 1-10x24 SFP LPVO is the ultimate optic for shooters seeking versatility and precision. Designed to excel in both close-quarters engagements and longer-range precision shooting, this LPVO is a game-changer for tactical professionals and sport shooters alike. With its impressive 1-10x magnification range, the Banshee adapts seamlessly to any scenario. Whether you're clearing rooms in tight spaces or engaging targets at extended distances, this optic delivers exceptional clarity and target acquisition. The finely crafted 24mm objective lens captures ample light to ensure bright and clear images, even in challenging lighting conditions.
- Low power variable optic from 1-10x magnification with newly designed throw lever for smoother adjustment control
- Inline dial controlled reticle illumination with 5 brightness levels in both red and green
- Precision windage and elevation adjustments with capped turrets
- A sealed, nitrogen charged scope tube for resistance to fog and water
|Objective Diameter:||24 mm|
|Materials:||6061 Aircraft Grade Aluminum|
|Scope Range:||Close Range, 400+ Yards|
|Tube Diameter:||30 mm|
|Eye Relief:||4.0 - 4.5 in|
|Weight:||1 lb 1 oz|
|Finish:||Type-III Hard Anodization|
|Fog & Water Resistance:||Yes, Nitrogen sealed|
FIELD OF VIEW (FOV)
1x/114.2 ft @ 100 yards
10x/12.0 ft @ 100 yards
The following is a demonstration of glass on the Banshee series, the reticle and magnification configuration may not match the current Banshee configuration on this page.
Comparison Between the Sig Sauer Tango MSR 1-10x28 and the Banshee 1-10x24
We wanted to test the Banshee against some higher price scopes. The magnification and reticle may be different from this listing's configuration but we use the same lens tech for the Banshee lineup. Thanks to Tom of Moondog Industries, you can see that the there is almost no chromatic abberations on the Banshee and the light transmission is higher as well. You can find the Tom's full article here. The reason for this is because the Banshee series feature an extra low dispersion lens system that can be found on high-end cameras and binoculars.