Introduction to the MTC SWAT Prismatic 12x50
With its short eye relief, the SWAT Prismatic ‘sits back’ further than any other scope, leaving plenty of mounting rail to allow headache-free attachment of all kinds of Night Vision fittings. Its multi-faceted SCB2 crosshair can also be illuminated at the push of a button, and comes with brightness control to suit all lighting situations.
The field of view from its 50mm front lens is three times more than a conventional scope. Put another way: here we have a 12x magnification scope that has the same field of view as a ‘conventional’ scope dialled into just 4x power.
Just as amazing is the 1250’s light-gathering credentials. It sucks in more light than any comparable 12x scope, making it a top choice for shooting in low-light situations.
Size-wise, the stacked prismatic lenses of the SWAT 1250 means it measures up at just 156mm , significantly shorter than, say, MTC’s ever-popular Mamba model (at 370mm).
Complete with MTC’s magnetic flip cover and a cool new mount that features integral tilt adjustment to achieve close to optimum optical zero , before even dialling-in the scope’s turrets , the SWAT Prismatic is a scope that’s totally unlike any other available in the shooting optics world.
And that is the truth of it‚ MTC’s SWAT Prismatic, brighter than your average scope.
MTC SWAT Prismatic 1250 Specifications
- Magnification , 12x
- Objective Lens , 50mm
- FOV @ 100m , 10m
- Diopter Adj , +4/-4
- Eye Relief , 17.3mm
- Parallax Setting , 6m -infinity
- Adj per click , 1 click = 1cm @100m
- Max Windage Adj , 17.45 mrad
- Max Elevation Adj , 17.45 mrad
- Clicks per one turret revolution , 42
- Mils per one turret revolution , 6
- Impact point correction in one click @ 100m , 1cm
- Tube , 42mm
- Illuminated reticle with separate on/off and brightness control
- Length , 156mm
- Weight , 460g