CHRISTMAS SPECIAL ! 10% OFF LISTED PRICES until December 15, 2019
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Shipped from Calgary, Alberta, Canada
We are located in Canada too effectively service the Canadian market.
March scopes are built in Japan using all Japanese components. The owners and engineers at the March production facility have over 50 years of combined experience in the Japanese high end optical industry.
Arriving soon :
1 Pcs.-D24V42FMA FMA- 2 $2,943.00
FC-41 Flip cap eyepiece $ 14.85
FC-51 Flip cap 42mm obj. $ 14.85
DA411-B Fast lever, Black $ 39.15
DB062-0 52mm MD disk $39.00
DB269-0 56mm MD disk $ 59.00
SPECIAL ORDERS ARRIVE IN ABOUT 5 WEEKS
Pick your focal plane, color, magnification, reticle style, illuminated or not, line thickness/ dot size and turret style. We will have March custom make it just for you.
No more import red tape or costs.
With a First Focal Plane scope, the reticle size changes as you turn the magnification up or down. Therefore the reticle always covers the same percentage of the target. When you increase the magnification, the target appears larger and so do the lines of the reticle.
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Second focal plane scopes have a reticle which maintains the same size throughout the entire magnification range. Therefore the reticle will cover less of the target as the power is increased. The target image becomes larger yet the reticle line stays the same size. Reticle widths vary. You can choose the reticle that suits your needs. A thin reticle works well for small aiming marks as the reticle width will be smaller than your aiming mark. Each reticle option will state the reticles width in the Specifications.
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- D4.5V24TI MSRP $ 3,280.00
- NON ILLUMINATED RETICLE
NEW MODEL AVAILABLE DEC. 1/19
D4.5V24TM MRSP $ 2.673.00
See the new reticle and specifications:
NON ILLUMINATED RETICLE
SMALLER DIALS WITH CAPS
LARGER DIALS AS PER PICTURE
MSRP $ 2,808.00
MSRP $ 3,645.00
The March Telescope Flip Caps can be locked in a fully open position. Having the caps lay flat against the scope body prevents breakage and gives the shooter a better view of the target area from over the scope.
FC-41 for Eyepiece of all models
FC-33 for 24mm objective models
FC-51 for 42mm objective models
FC-60 for 52mm objective models
FC-64 for 56mm objective models
MSRP $ 14.85
MD Disk help to reduce the amount of light coming into a scope by up to 50%, depending on the conditions. This light reduction increases the scopes depth of field and, prehaps more impotantly for competition shooters, reduces the amount of seen mirage. Using a MD Disk at 60 or 80 power gives you a competitive advantage when the conditions turn bad and lets you see the target better than your competitor.
Weight : 0.25 oz (7.1 g)
DB062-0 for 52mm objective $ 39.00
DB269-0 for 56mm objective $ 59.00
The High Master has Super ED lens with High refractive glass which offers very high resolution and natural color right to the edge of the image.
The 56mm objective and the 34 mm tube offer high with excellent reliability, ruggedness and bright resolution.
March Rifle Scopes can be ordered with extra three inch or 75mm (3 inch) long sunshades. These all-metal shades reduce stray light as well as decreasing barrel flare and ghosting off the target.
2-DB179-0 for 42mm objective models $ 60.00
2-DB115-0/-S for 52mm objective models (“-S” is for Silver models) $ 81.00
2-DB256-0/-S for 56mm objective models (“-S” is for Silver models) $ 90.00
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Non listed prices are available upon request.
The reticle line thickness and the dot size as they appear on the target change in size as the magnification is changed..
Below is a formula to determine the reticle line thickness and dot size for each power of magnification on any Second Focal Plane scope from the reticle dimensions given at a specific magnification.
For the MTR-5, the reticle diagram is at 10x (10 magnification/ power) as shown in the lower right hand corner of the reticle diagram on Deon's website.
*** The reticle will appear like that on your target only when the magnification is set at 10X.
As you change the magnification the dimensions will also change.
To calculate the reticle line size at any magnification; use the line size given in MOA and multiply it by the magnification given. Then divide that number by the magnification for which you desire the dimensions. That resultant will be the amount of area measured in MOA that the reticle line will cover on the target.
The answer will be in MOA.
At any magnification setting, the reticle will cover more of the target as the distance increases.
MTR-5 example: the reticle line size given is .2 MOA x 10 magnification = 2. Two divided by 60 magnification = .03 MOA .
As you can see above the amount of the target that the reticle covers becomes smaller as you increase the magnification of the scope.
As with the MTR-5 above, when set at 10 magnification the reticle line covers .2 inches at 100 yards. When set at 60 magnification the reticle line covers only .03 inches at 100 yards.
Therefore at 1000 yds the reticle lines, horizontal and vertical will cover .03 MOA x (10 - One hundred yard intervals) = .3 inches coverage of the 5 inch X ring on a F Open Class target at 1000 yds.
The same theory applies to the amount of coverage of the Dot on a target at any magnification setting that you choose to set your scope.
MTR-5: the Dot size given is .5 MOA x 10 magnification = 5. Five divided by 60 magnification = .083 MOA. Therefore at 1000 yds the Dot will cover .083 x 10 = .83 inches of the 5 inch X ring on a F Open Class target.
It is easy to center an approximate one inch dot in the middle of a 5 inch aiming mark as it gives about 2 inches on each side of the dot too the edge of the 5 inch aiming mark/ X ring. The distance between the Dot and the edge of the aiming ring is about twice the width that the Dot covers. Makes for an easy comparison and centering.
With the thinner MTR-2 reticle and dot; the Dot on the 5 inch aiming mark at 1000yds would cover less than half and inch (.415”). The reticle thickness will also be half as thick at .150
Starting weight for the Viper Rest is 35lbs.
That's over twice the weight of an IBS light gun!
It can be configured for any weight requirement.
The Viper Loading Block
Solid Billet Aluminum.
Each block holds 100 rounds.
Each block is caliber specific. .005 over major diameter of case.
38 Super IPSC Race Gun
Custom built for Doug Wright by Matt McLearn.
I and many others believe Matt makes the best custom hand guns on the planet.
Matt guarantees that his guns are absolutely 100% reliable and accurate.
Fire forming 340 rounds. Getting ready to go to Lodi WI. for 8 days of the Mid West States Championship and the Wisconsin State Championship
4 inch gongs at 500 meters
SASS US National Championship for Cowboy Action Shooting.
All rounds need to be fired in the short time allowed
Lucerne Valley, CA
1873 Lever action rifle
Lucerne Valley, CA
Single loading pump shotgun from the cartridge belt
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600 cc Jawa 1000 meter Grass and Sand track Speedway bike.
ZERO TO 60 MPH IN 3 SECONDS
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#207 - 3916 - 64th Ave SE Calgary, Alberta T2C 2B4
(403) 236-0032 firstname.lastname@example.org CELL (587) 998 8834 https://marchscopes.ca NOTE; Deon's MSRP is quoted in USA dollars. I have to pay in US dollars. The prices on this site are in Canadian dollars and are subject to change.