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    Marksman

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    Default Differences between old and new Rudolph 4-16x50

    Good morning, do anyone know what the differences are between the old and new Rudolph 4-16x50 scope. I searched for info on internet but only get pictures and specs of the newer VH model.
    Apparently there is a big price difference.

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    Sharp Shooter

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    Call the Rudolh Optics sales office in Stellenbosch. Speak to Nihan.
    021 887 3700
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    Prof. Jan Itor

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    Circa 2012 Hunter (H1 4-16x50mm ) series specs:

    Power
    Objective
    Tube
    Field of View
    Exit
    Eye
    Adjustment
    Weight
    Length
    Aperture
    Diameter
    at 100m
    Pupil
    Relief
    per click
    (X)
    (mm)
    (mm)
    (m)
    (mm)
    (mm)
    (MOA)
    (grs)
    (mm)
    4-16
    50
    25
    9.1 / 2.3
    12.5 / 3.1
    103 / 75
    1 / 4
    560
    375


    In the current model lineup there are only 4-16x50 scopes in the Varmint Hunter (introduced +/- 2015) series. The major differences are; the old H1 series was fixed parallax (100m) and had a 25mm tube. The old Tactical series had a 4-16x56, 30mm tube and side parallax from about 20m>, could be had with the great TS ret which is sadly no more.


    Current Specs for the VH 4-16x50:

    Magnification: 4-16x
    Objective Diameter: 50mm
    Linear FOV: 23.8/6.1 feet at 100 yd.
    Eye Relief: 3.7/3.6
    Tube Size: 30mm
    Reticle: Super Fine T5 1 MOA elevation lines
    Turret: Capped Pop Up Turrets
    Adjustment Graduation: 1/4 MOA
    Max Internal Elevation adjustment: 70 MOA
    Max Internal Windage Adjustment: 70 MOA
    Parallax Setting: Side 50 to infinity yards
    Lens Coating: Fully Multi Coated - Green
    Waterproof/Fogproof: Nitrogen Gas
    Length: 14.17 inches
    Color: Black
    Finish: Matte
    Weight: 24 oz.
    Package Contents Includes: Lens Covers and Sun Shade
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    Marksman

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    Thanks for the info. Jip, the TS reticle is very nice, the set paralax is a bit irritating for nearby shots, useless thus on .22

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