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4 days ago

MTC Optics

Today is the 1st day of Autumn! 🍂🍃🍁
Whatever the season the whatever the weather and whatever the rifle, MTC Optics is with you! 💥
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Today is the 1st day of Autumn! 🍂🍃🍁
Whatever the season the whatever the weather and whatever the rifle, MTC Optics is with you! 💥

7 days ago

MTC Optics

From our hunting consultant, Richard Saunders:
“Few people realise that the point of aim will change as you go up and down a scope’s magnification range - so what could be half a mildot of holdover at 40 yards on 6x could be a full mildot at 10x. You can either commit the variances to memory or consider a first focal plane scope like the Cobra F1 4-16x50. With the reticle placed in front of the magnification lens, the size of the reticle changes as you increase or decrease magnification, but its relationship to the target remains constant. In other words, if you need a mildot of holdover at 40 yards on 4x, you’ll still need a mildot at 24x”.
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From our hunting consultant, Richard Saunders:
“Few people realise that the point of aim will change as you go up and down a scope’s magnification range - so what could be half a mildot of holdover at 40 yards on 6x could be a full mildot at 10x. You can either commit the variances to memory or consider a first focal plane scope like the Cobra F1 4-16x50. With the reticle placed in front of the magnification lens, the size of the reticle changes as you increase or decrease magnification, but its relationship to the target remains constant. In other words, if you need a mildot of holdover at 40 yards on 4x, you’ll still need a mildot at 24x”.

1 week ago

MTC Optics

Did you know? Fitted on the back, flip cover on many MTC scopes is a two-times magnifying lens that allows the shooter to see the parallax and markings on the scope. It means you can leave your reading glasses at home! 👓😁
Demonstrating the usual attention to detail that MTC Optics applies to the manufacture of each and every one of its products.
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Did you know? Fitted on the back, flip cover on many MTC scopes is a two-times magnifying lens that allows the shooter to see the parallax and markings on the scope. It means you can leave your reading glasses at home! 👓😁
Demonstrating the usual attention to detail that MTC Optics applies to the manufacture of each and every one of its products.

2 weeks ago

MTC Optics

Our friend Kevin has set up his .22 calibre Daystate Huntsman Regal for rat and squirrel shooting: to do this, he has chosen a Mamba Pro 2-12x50 scope zeroed at 20 metres.
He often combines the Mamba Pro with Nite Site night vision gear to shoot later into the evening: do you use night vision?
This choice is not only to get a crystal clear image, as MTC’s Pro lenses are designed with night sights in mind and also to allow a lower magnification setting, ideal for scanning barns and farmyards in search of a target, it's a smart choice.
Last but not least: when a shot presents, the side dial parallax adjustment and illuminated SCB2 reticle allows for precise shot placement. 😎
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Our friend Kevin has set up his .22 calibre Daystate Huntsman Regal for rat and squirrel shooting: to do this, he has chosen a Mamba Pro 2-12x50 scope zeroed at 20 metres.
He often combines the Mamba Pro with Nite Site night vision gear to shoot later into the evening: do you use night vision?
This choice is not only to get a crystal clear image, as MTC’s Pro lenses are designed with night sights in mind and also to allow a lower magnification setting, ideal for scanning barns and farmyards in search of a target, its a smart choice.
Last but not least: when a shot presents, the side dial parallax adjustment and illuminated SCB2 reticle allows for precise shot placement. 😎

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One of the best combos, a Huntsman and an MTC Mamba, the Lite for me personally, but together one of the great sporting set ups!

I've got the same set up absolutely faultless 👍

2 weeks ago

MTC Optics

*Not Just Airguns*
Here is a nice picture of Ed Brown, proprietor of Furnace Mill, out with a .30-06 topped with an MTC Optics Viper Pro Tactical 3-18x50. 🤩
This scope which has great glass and tidy lines makes the MTC Optics Viper Pro Tactical a great choice for a heavy recoiling rifle. 💪
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*Not Just Airguns*
Here is a nice picture of Ed Brown, proprietor of Furnace Mill, out with a .30-06 topped with an MTC Optics Viper Pro Tactical 3-18x50. 🤩
This scope which has great glass and tidy lines makes the MTC Optics Viper Pro Tactical a great choice for a heavy recoiling rifle. 💪