RT-S MOD 7 4-32X56IR

(2 customer reviews)

MSRP $1,469.99

With the proper optic amazing things can be done. The Mod 7 4-32x56IR is that optic with an amazing package of enhanced features including 32 power, First Focal Plane, Riton Illuminated Precision Shooting Reticle, and Riton Tactical Zero Stop Turrets. Whether you are a Precision Rifle Shooter, hunter or long-range shooter this will be a last stop optic for you, providing you with all the features you need.

SKU: #019962525865

Stock Status: In Stock

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01. Key Features

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  • Dry Argon Purged and Sealed

    Utilizing Argon gas, the optic is purged and sealed to ensure superior performance in all weather conditions for the life of the optic.

  • Precision Quality Assurance

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  • Riton HD/ED Glass

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  • Riton Performance Coating

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  • Riton Rugged Construction

    The Riton Rugged Construction incorporates the application of 6061-T6 aircraft-grade aluminum, CNC machined one piece tubes, and Type III Hard Coat Anodize...

02. Full Specs

Detailed Product Features:

  • Equipped with Riton Tactical Zero Stop Turrets for Instant and Reliable Return to Zero
  • Integrated Throw Lever
  • Aircraft Grade Aluminum with Rugged Design Ready for the Toughest Environments
  • Red Illumination with Six Levels of Brightness and On/Off between each Level
  • 100% Waterproof, Fog proof and Shockproof (tested up to 1200 G’s)
  • 1/10 MRAD Quick Windage and Elevation Adjustment
  • Fast-Focus Eyepiece
  • Assembled in EP-Level Clean Room

Technical Specifications:

Magnification:4-32
Parallax Adjustment:Side, 15-infinity yards
Tube Diameter:34mm
Objective Lens Diameter:56mm
Focal Lens Position:First Focal Plane
Lens Coating:Fully Multi-Coated, Full Wide Band, Waterproof Coated, Low Light Enhancement
Reticle:Riton Illuminated Precision Shooting Reticle (PSR)
Field of View at 100 yds:27ft @ 4x – 3.4ft @ 32x
Material:6061-T6 Aircraft Grade Aluminum
Weight:37oz/1049g
Length:15in/ 381mm
Eye Relief:3.7in/93.94mm
Exit Pupil:14mm @ 4x - 1.75mm @ 32x
Click Value at 100 yds/mm:0.1 MRAD
Adjustment Range:30 MRAD
Mounting Length:7.76in/197mm

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  • Lifetime warranty regardless of original purchaser.
  • All warranty replacements will receive a brand-new product off the shelf. We will not ever replace the product with a repaired or refurbished product.
  • Replacement product will be shipped within 48 hours of receiving and approving your return.

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What kind of reticle is the MOD 7 4-32X56IR?

Riton Illuminated Precision Shooting Reticle (PSR)

04. Ratings/Reviews

2 reviews for RT-S MOD 7 4-32X56IR

  1. Evazquez117 (verified owner)

    I’d like to start off with what the Mod 7 4-32x does right.
    1. The optical clarity is fantastic. Compared to other similarly priced optics, the Mod 7 has true edge-to-edge clarity with even the 32x magnification still being perfectly usable without any appreciable loss of clarity, contrast, or brightness. It’s truly amazing in in a Sub-$2000 optic.
    2. Adjustments are accurate to a degree that I don’t care to account for error. At 100 yards, when adjusting the scope using a tall target test and 10 mils as the basis of comparison, 10 mils tracked as 35.7 inches, which is close enough to perfect for the remaining 0.3 inches to be shooter error, and not enough for me to care out to 1000 yards and beyond.
    3. The Mod 7 is a truly complete package. It comes with a sunshade, a throw lever (this is a standout feature and one that should be included in all optics,) and scope caps. You can mount it, take it to the range and have absolutely everything necessary for a successful outing without having to buy extra accessories save perhaps for a bubble level.
    4. The zero stop is insanely easy to set. You remove the cap, flip a little U shaped insert beneath the cap, and put it back on zero. It’ll give you a further 0.3 mils of adjustment should it be necessary, but it takes all of a minute to set and is fairly reliable.
    5. The parallax adjustment is smooth and doesn’t require much torquing of the rifle, which may lead one to miss at longer distances.
    6. The reticle is intelligently configured and should you so desire, you could shoot accurately without ever once moving the turrets.

    Now on to the negative/not-so-great.
    1. The illumination on the reticle is near-unusable. Even in an overcast day with very little sun, setting 6 was barely bright enough to tell that it was on without pointing at something very dark. This is a minor complaint because I rarely if ever use illuminations, but if it’s featured it should work.
    2. Turret adjustments are subpar. They’re not bad, but they’re barely adequate. They’re loud enough, and tactile enough, but there is a bit of mush that makes it a bit difficult to discern whether you are between one and another adjustment.
    3. There is no indication of what revolution one is on. In most other scopes, either a small nub will protrude telling you where in the turret’s revolution one is, or the turret itself will move up and down revealing revolution markers on the turret assembly. This is not the case here. It’s a minor issue since most of my shooting only requires 10 mils of elevation, and the zero stop doesn’t allow me to move below my set zero, but it is a peculiar oversight.
    4. This is not so much a negative, but a peculiarity. The manual mentions push-pull locking turrets, but mine does not seem to have this feature. Pushing and pulling on the turrets does nothing. For the elevation turret this is not much of an issue, but it is something I would like featured in the windage turret.

    Overall, this is a fantastic scope for the money, and a wonderful first premium outing from Riton. I hope they will take some of these criticism to heart and update the scope, as there is a great deal of potential here. If only points 2 and 3 in the negatives are addressed, it would become a truly amazing scope.

  2. Dave

    This is my favorite scope, its great for all types of shooting.
    I like it for early morning hunting.

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