Bering Optics Open Frame Compact SimpleX Reflex Sight Rifle Scope (BE50001)

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Bering Optics Open Frame Compact SimpleX Reflex Sight Rifle Scope (BE50001)

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Features

Сompact 

Lightweight 
Reliable
Durable 

Ultra-fast target acquisition 

Adjustable rheostat for brightness control 
Precision windage & elevation adjustment  
Low power consumption


About

The open frame Reflex series sights are a cost-effective, reasonable alternative to more expensive sighting systems.
SimpleX Reflex (BE50001) features a reticle with 7 brightness settings. 
Parallax free at a distance of 50 meters. 
Laser Reflex features a built-in laser pointer, which is a class 3A laser that generates a spot with diameter of 12.4 mm at a distance of 10 meters.

Specifications

Product SKU #

BE50001

Magnification, x 

1.0

Objective lens size (diameter x width), mm 

33x24

Field of view at distance 100 yard/m, ft/m

53/16

Reticle type

Switch-controlled 1,2,3,4 MOA Center Dot Reticle

Reticle color

Red

Click value

 1 MOA per click

Reticle windage/elevation adjustment

1 click = 1’’/ 24mm  at 100 yard/m

Eye relief distance, mm

Unlimited

Paralax setting, yard/m

50/46

Overall dimensions, in/ mm

3.23”x1.42”x2.09/ 82х36х53

Weight, oz/g

3.7/105

Power supply

CR2032 or DL2032 or ECR2032 battery (one by 3V)

Estimated battery life under 73°F/20°C, hour

300

Operating temperature, °F/°C

-4 to +122 / -20 to +50

Environmental performance standard

IPX4 

Humidity, %

up tо 93%

In Box

1. Sensor Reflex sight 
2. Black plastic protective cover
3. Hex Wrench (for the two Hex bolts on the top panel)
4. Windage/Elevation adjustment wheel
5. Screwdriver to adjust the windage/elevation screws
6. CR2032 (3V) “coin-style” battery (pre-installed inside)
Export Restrictions

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!!