March Scopes - X Series - 10-60 x 56mm High Master
- Second Focal Plane
- One-Piece construction with 34mm Main Tube
- up to 10x magnification
- 56mm Objective Lens
- ED or High Master Glass (super ED)
- Focus range from 10m to Infinity
The "High Master" 10-60x56mm employs the "New High Master Lens System" and "Temperature Anti-Drift Lens System"
New High Master Lens System
The High Master Lens System has 2 Super ED lens elements within its new lens system.
By using Super ED lens elements, we can suppress chromatic aberration even more than with ED lenses
and thus produce a sharper image with greater contrast, while still having a strong scope.
Temperature Anti-Drift Lens System
In the latest optical systems, a new lens material has been developed to accommodate changes
in environmental temperature by altering the refractive index of the lenses.
This new lens material has been adopted for the new High Master optics to create a more stable lens system
that naturally adapts to changes in temperature to maintain focus and clarity over a wide range of conditions.
The 10-60 High Master has set a new bar in optical clarity and performance for target shooters, from Air Rifle Field Target, 22LR benchrest to Open F Class and 1000yard Benchrest the 10-60 is a standout performer for all target applications.
The X series is available in the following Magnifications and objectives:
10-60x56mm - High Master
- 5-50x56mm (custom order only)
With a wide variety of options including Tactical turrets, MOA or MIL, Standard or Illuminated Reticles and even Zero set feature on selected models - there is sure to be a scope in this line to meet your needs.
The whole scope body is machined from one solid billet of special alloy. This is expensive, yet essential. The lenses are special ED technology. Extra-low dispersion lenses as used by the very best Japanese camera and microscope makers. The lenses are permanently glued into place and the whole design contains no plastic parts. All metal and glass. Finally, the tube is filled with Argon gas. Finally, these scopes are carefully assembled by hand, one at a time, by engineers with 30 plus years of experience. Each component is perfectly matched and assembled by hand. This is why these scopes do not move the point of aim unintentionally at all.
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