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First Look: C&H Precision LPVO Rifle Optic

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C&H Precision has just launched the C&H LPVO, a new 2-12x24mm riflescope with a modern first-focal plane illuminated reticle, MRAD click values, adjustable parallax and a 30mm maintube diameter. Additional features include six different illumination levels powered by a single CR2032 battery, shockproof construction, locking turrets and an IPX7 waterproof rating, which means it is capable of being submerged at 1 meter of water for at least 30 minutes with no ill effects.

C&H Precision LPVO Specifications:

  • Magnification range: 2-12X
  • Focal plane: First-Focal Plane (FFP)
  • Objective lens diameter: 24mm
  • Eye Relief: 3.74 inches
  • Field-of-view (degrees): 10.8 to 1.8 degrees
  • Field-of-view (100 yards): 57 feet to 9 feet
  • Main tube diameter: 30mm
  • Click Values: 0.10 MRAD
  • Maximum elevation adjustment range: Approximately 34 MRAD
  • Maximum windage adjustment range: Approximately 34 MRAD
  • Parallax range: 10 yards to infinity
  • Turret style: Locking Turret with “zero stop” push/pull
  • 100% Turret revolution value: 10 MRAD
  • Shockproof Rating: 1,000 G
  • Overall Length: 12.1 inches
  • Overall Weight: 32 ounces
  • Reticle: Etched glass with 8 mil tall by 10 mil wide grid

LPVO which stands for low-power variable optic, which typically refers to riflescopes that can zoom out from 1X all the way to 6, 8 and even 10X magnification, C&H Precision’s new scope is slightly different as its lowest magnification setting is 2X instead of 1X. This zoom range is set up more like a traditional riflescope, but still offers many of the same features found on other modern tactically oriented LPVOs such as lightweight, grid based FFP reticle and MRAD based turrets. This new riflescope has a starting retail price of $1,395. To learn more about this new scope or to see C&H Precision’s other optics, optics accessories and related gear, visit chpws.com.




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