At less than 13” in length the DMR IIi offers more performance than any scope in its class. This scope provides long-range precision without sacrificing short-range capability.
The new G3 illuminated reticle provides precision holdovers at any range and also allows shooters to more quickly engage moving targets in any light. The scope’s illumination control is integrated with the side parallax focus in one simple knob for easy adjustability.
The ThrowHammer™ Lever makes magnification changes a snap with the flick of a finger. The elevation turret provides 10 mils of adjustment per revolution and is also equipped with the easy-to-set RevLimiter™ zero stop for a positive return to zero.
The features on the new DMR IIi scope add up to more time looking through your scope and less time adjusting it. The only thing more fun than drilling a target 1,000 yards away is doing it faster and more efficiently.
- G3i Illuminated reticle
- ThrowHammer™ lever
- T-Lok™ locking windage turret
- RevLimiter™ zero stop
- Fast focus eyepiece
- 34mm tube diameter
Ultra Wide Band CoatingAn anti-reflection coating process that is customized for every lens element in the optical path, in order to allow the best possible light from the front glass all the way back to the eyepiece. The result? Optimum brightness and true color across the light spectrum.
Argon PurgedArgon purging is a more effective purging method than traditional nitrogen. Argon has a higher gravity, delivering a more complete seal. This provides ultimate water-and-fog proofing while helping keep your glass clean and firmly in place. It will withstand complete immersion in water or anything else the harshest environments can throw at it.
Fully-Multi Coated OpticsAll air-to-glass surfaces feature multiple layers of anti-reflective coating. Fully multi-coated optical systems deliver the brightest, highest-contrast images with the least amount of eye strain because only a very small percentage of light is lost before it reaches the viewer's eye.
RainGuard HDThis patented, permanent, water-repellent coating causes moisture from rain, snow, sleet and condensation to bead up and scatter less light, so you get a clear, bright view when other optics would be rendered useless
Side Parallax AdjustmentEver notice that your crosshairs appear to move around to different points on your target? This is called “parallax error” (target and reticle are not in the same focal plane). Side Parrallax adjustment allows for parallax compensation by moving an optical element until the target (based on its distance) appears in the same plane of focus as the reticle.