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Schmidt Bender PM II 5-25×56 rifle scope is highly revered by the tactical shooting community because of its high precision shooting capabilities. High quality features, specs, and functions have already positioned them as the coveted scope in various fields including tactical applications, law enforcement, and official uses. With this scope in hand, you can use it to precisely zero in a target up to a distance of 2,000 meters.
Schmidt Bender PM II 5-25×56 is available in three variants:
· 5-25×56 PM II/LP model
· 5-25×56 PM II/LP/MTC model
· 5-25×56 PM II/LP/MTC/LT
Now, let’s have a look at the different models a bit more closely:
Schmidt Bender 5-25x56PM II/LP
Schmidt Bender PM II 5-25×56 is a multipurpose scope featuring wide magnification range (right from 5x to 25x), Double Turn elevation adjustment, illuminated reticle, parallax compensation (from 10 meters to infinity), extremely comprehensive total adjustment range, and the option of reticle placement either in the First Focal Plane (FFP) or the Second Focal Plane (SFP). While in the FFP, you will get seven reticle choices – H37, H2CMR, Klein, Police, P4L fein, P4L, and P3L – in the SFP you will get three reticle choices – P4L fein, P4L, and P3L.
Schmidt Bender 5-25×56 PM II/LP/MTC Model
This is another high quality optical device in the Police Marksman II series of scopes from Schmidt Bender that comes with “MTC” (More Tactile Clicks) function, making it easier for shooters to count click numbers during reticle adjustment. You will find clear tactical clicks at every 10th click. Shooters will get “MTC” windage adjustment function at “zero click” (where “0” is engraved). While adjusting elevation, you will get two turns. Just like the previous model explained here too you will find reticle placement options at FFP as well as SFP positions. Reticle options available for 1st focal plane are MSR, P3L, P4L fein, and P4L. P4L fein and P4L can also be placed at 2nd focal plane position. Light Transmission, Twilight Factor, Exit Pupil Diameter, Field of View m per 100 m, Diopter Setting, Eye Relief Distance, and weight are same at PM II/LP/MTC Model of 5-25×56 as 5-25x56PM II/LP model.
This is the latest model in the 5-25×56 Police Marksman II series, where a tactical shooter will find more functions of adjustment turrets that are perfectly suited for current day applications. For elevation adjustment, users will get two turns and the tactile markings can be seen in the second level. “MTC” function is there at windage turret as well as elevation turret. Shooters will get “MTC” windage adjustment function at “zero click” (where “0” is engraved). One of the specialties of this Schmidt Bender 5-25×56 PM II/LP/MTC/LT model is the presence of locking function on the two adjusting turrets. In this model too you will get reticle placement options in both FFP and SFP positions. There are 8 reticle types that you can use in the FFP position and they are MSR, H37, H2CMR, Klein, Police, P4L fein, P4L, and P3L. The reticles that can be used in the SFP position include P4L fein, P4L, and P3L. Just like the previous model, 5-25×56 PM II/LP/MTC/LT also has the same light transmission, twilight factor, exit pupil diameter, field of view m per 100 m, diopter setting, eye relief distance, and weight features as the 5-25x56PM II/LP model.
Features at a Glance
Essential features of Schmidt Bender PM II 5-25×56 rifle scope are:
· Easy 1 click adjustment where you will not encounter accidental overrun
· The clicks are very crisp, helping shooters to make adjustments easily even in the combat fields in the non-ideal environment
· You will get consistent eye relief throughout the scope’s range of magnification
· Length of the optical device is 16.4”, which makes it a relatively longer scope than others in the same category
· Most compact width in the 56mm scope category
· Double Turn turret design is present
· Amazing aaray of reticle options