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Thread: Introducing The Revic PMR 428 Smart Riflescope

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    Introducing The Revic PMR 428 Smart Riflescope





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    That is a bad a$$ scope...super cool
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    Price?

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    yeah but.... batteries.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolzak View Post
    Price?
    $3799 - well priced considering the optical quality and advanced, integrated on-board ballistic, atmospheric, and situational sensors that it brings to the table.


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    Does it say anywhere in the spec.'s what the min-max operating temp. range is?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinduNuffin View Post
    Does it say anywhere in the spec.'s what the min-max operating temp. range is?
    Environmental Specifications:
    Operating Temperature Range (C / F) -20 to 50 / -4 to 122
    Water resistance (submersion) IP67 (3m/10ft for 30min)
    Sensor protection Goretex Membrane

    The Specs state that the digital elements will function optimally down to -20C. As a mechanical riflescope however, the Revic will function at any temperature you would expect a similar scope to operate.


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    Possibly a good coyote hunting scope???
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    Quote Originally Posted by davide montini View Post
    Possibly a good coyote hunting scope???
    When working in conjunction with a spotter/ranger, the fact that the shooter receives real-time, precise range output from the HUD in the scope (i.e. it tells you exactly what range your turret is dialed to, after incorporating all of the available data collected by the sensors) nothing would be safe as long as the shooter did their part!


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