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Classic Model 3-12 X 50 Trajectory

Classic Model 3-12 X 50 Trajectory
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Price: $285.00
Product ID : AEO312TRAJ



Rifle scope
  • 3-12x magnification
  • 50mm objective lens (adjustable objective)
  • 30mm tube
  • 1/4 MOA (1/4" click value @ 100 yds)
  • Mil-dot reticle
  • 10 meters to infinity parallax adjustment
  • 21 ft to 6.30 ft field of view
  • 3.30" to 5.50" eye relief
  • 26 oz.
  • 13.75" long
  • Includes flip-up lens caps

Other features:
  • 110 minutes of adjustment
  • Multi-coated lenses
  • Nitrogen-filled
  • Shockproof
  • Fogproof
  • Rainproof
  • Target turrets
  • Side focus turret
  • Black matte finish

Clear glass is a top priority for most scope buyers, and this Aeon scope really shines in that department. With a 30mm tube your subject is well-lit.

Consider getting the optional big wheel that slips over the side turret for more precise adjustments. As long as you're getting accessories, add the 3" aluminum sunshade that screws into the objective bell.

With the mil-dot reticle, you'll be able to use your scope for field target, hunting and plinking and more. It's a great tool for estimating ranges. In fact, use it on your firearms, too.

This Aeon scope has an etched-glass reticle, which is superior to a wire reticle because it's much more precise. That lets you get even more accuracy from your gun.

AEON will no longer warranty scopes mounted on any Airguns using a spring type action.
AEON will also no longer warranty the focus knob when a focus wheel has been attached.

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10/21/2015 - 06:18:33 PM
My Second scope!
HOORAY, I finally wised up and bought a 3-12x50 Aeon for my Hunter Class Field Target shooting! I had been using my 8-32x50 Aeon set on 12 power; but that caused an interesting problem: On a variable power scope at the low end of its range it has a very long depth of field. This makes parallax distance focusing fairly inaccurate. At maximum power, your depth of field is at a minimum and is most accurate. When I finally remembered that fact, the purchase of an Aeon 3-12x50 became a necessity. Also, from all my astronomical observing I knew that you do not get good results at very high magnification. A good rule to follow is never run a variable scope at max power due to brightness falloff in the highest 1/4 of the power range. I found that my 8-32x50 Aeon was very happy at 24x to 26x. When I got the 3-12x50 I got a big shock: at 12x there is not that great a light fall off! Certainly not as much as I anticipated. I have yet to compete at that setting but I am looking forward to doing so as soon as possible. My looking through the scope at that power at up to 55 yards is showing very interesting results. Objects are crisp and fall into focus easily. I did do some competing at 10x and results were good. I could see the hits out to about 50 yards (same as looking at the target at 5 yards with the unaided eye). Unfortunately, I did not have any 55 yard targets at that shoot to test with. In my calibrating the scope prior to the shoot I did set a target out to 55 yards and it showed up pretty well. Now that I am at home again, I will set up and test again at 12x at 55 yards. The increase of 2x may help with the longest targets. When the Lake Havasu City, AZ heat gets down in a few weeks I will recommence testing, this time at 12x. When that is done, I'll get back and amend this review.
10/14/2015 - 03:48:15 PM
Great for Hunting
This is one of the best scopes for the money as far as the optics are concerned. I mounted this on a single shot 45-70 H&R. It has performed flawlessly. It has the brightest optics I have seen on scopes costing twice as much.