Aurora Tactical 8010 Day/Night Vision Sight Rifle Scope Gen 3 64-72 lp/mm
Comes with ARMS #22 Throw Lever Rings. When light levels get low enough that use of the day scope is prohibited, the Aurora 8010 can be switched from a day scope to night vision in less than 10 seconds, with no special tools and no shift in point of impact. The special lens coating is designed to give optimum light transmission in the light wave of 400 to 900 nanometers. The reticle is a triplex mil-dot ranging reticle, which gives accurate ranging both day and night. The special 56mm objective lens gives the clearest image in the lowest light of any rifle scope in the world today. 3rd gen. 64-72 lp/mm intensifier tube.
Features and Specifications:
Compact & lightweight
Maximum Recoil Rating - .308/7.62 NATO
Reticle Type - Triplex Mil-Dot (non illuminated)
Operating Temperature -40° to 122° F
(-40° to 50° C)
(5) year warranty on weapon sight (1) warranty of night vision tube
Weight: 32 oz day / 46 oz night
Power Source: AA (x2)
Fields of View: 6.8° to 2°
Operating Time: 30 + hours constant on
Generation: Gen III
Range of Focus: 50 feet (15 m) to infinity
Resolution: 64 lp/mm US made Gen III intensifer tubes
Windage/Elevation adjustments: 1/4 MOA/click
Warranty: 5 year housing, 1 year tube
1. The mounting rings come in 2 pieces held together by allen screws. Remove the allen screws and remove the top portion of the ring.
2. Loosen the nut at the base of the bottom rings but do not remove the nut.
3. Place the dovetail portion of the bottom rings on the rail. Do not tighten the nut.
4. Place the scope onto the bottom rings until it sits freely. Be sure to have access to the reticle adjustment knobs and that you have adequate eye relief.
5. Tighten the nuts to the rail.
6. Lock the rifle in a vertical position and sight on a vertical line. Rotate the scope until the reticle crosshair exactly matches the vertical reference line you are sighting (ie; weighted string or corner of a building). Attach the top rings and slowly tighten the allen screws. For best results, tighten in a rotation to reduce stress. Lock-tite may be added to the screws to retain them in place. Not required.
7. The sighting system is now ready for the initial sighting in.
While all Gen 3 and some Gen 2+ require export licenses, all night vision products are subject to United States Export rules and regulations. Valid export licenses may be issued by the U.S. Department of Commerce or the U.S. Department of State, Directorate of Defense Trade Controls, in accordance with the International Traffic in Arms Regulation (ITAR), Title 22, Code of Federal Regulation 120-130. No exceptions!!