New King Cobra 6-24×50 FFP Riflescope From MTC Optics
The new MTC Optics King Cobra 6-24×50 FFP scope is now shipping. The company says that it will appeal to shooters who favor higher-powered First Focal Plane (FFP) scopes, where the relationship between target and crosshair size remains constant throughout the scope’s entire magnification range.
The King Cobra 6-24×50 FFP scope offers click-stop elevation and windage adjustments in MILs (1 click = 1cm at 100m), actuated via lockable, finger-adjustable turrets. Each turret has 60 clicks per revolution, making 6 MILS per revolution.
The maximum adjustment for windage and elevation is 11.6 MIL. This is combined with a Field Of View of between 1.3 and 5.2 Meters ( 51 to 205 Inches) at 100 Meters (approx 110 Yards).
The King Cobra features MTC Optics’ SCB2 multi-aimpoint reticle, providing for numerous aiming points to hold for trajectory and windage deviation. The company says that this reticle is ideal for use on small targets. The 1 mil dot square around the cross gives a rapid acquisition for small fast moving targets.
In addition, its central crosshair can be red illuminated to one of six brightness levels to suite any lighting scenario.
To maximize light transmission and maintain a bright sight picture, the King Cobra has a 30mm tube matched to a 50mm objective lens that’s been specially-coated.
Side parallax adjustment covers ranges from Infinity down to 15 Yards. This parallax adjustment also doubles as a handy range-finder when used in conjunction with the King Cobra’s highest magnification settings, the company tells us.
Eye relief is 3.4 Inches, with the eyepiece being adjustable by +/- 2 Diopters.
Overall length is 14.4 Inches and the weight is 26.3 Ounces.
Besides protecting the scope’s lenses, the supplied magnetic flip-up covers also sport an integral magnifier in the ocular cap to assist with turret scale reading. You can find more information in Jared’s video review, below.
The price is $629.00