Sabpack Optics Venom 5-25x56 First Focal Plane Riflescope
|Item Dimensions LxWxH
||19.2 x 5 x 4.2 inches
Venom 5-25x56 First Focal Plane Riflescopes
Take the first step into long-range with an optic that helps you go the distance with a ton of features. Featuring a 5-25x mag range built into a 34mm tube for a massive amount of turret travel (85 MOA / 25 MRAD max elevation/windage), the Venom also includes our RevStop Zero System for a fast, easy, reliable return to zero. The First Focal Plane reticle gives you accurate holds at any magnification, and an included throw lever allows for fast transitions between magnifications.
- First focal plane subtensions remain accurate at any range.
- Fine holdover dots for fast wind and elevation holdovers.
- Fine center dot aids in establishing a perfect zero.
- Fine subtensions along top of horizontal axis (0.2 MRAD) for refined wind holds.
- Heavy markings along bottom of horizonal axis (0.5 MRAD) for engaging moving targets on low magnification.
- To set the RevStop Zero System and index the Elevation Turret after final sight-in:
- 1. While firmly holding the turret knob, loosen and remove the turret cap and turret dial using the included tool. DO NOT allow the turret to rotate.
- 2. Push ring down until seated, then rotate the ring clockwise until it stops.
- 3. Reinstall the dial, lining up the “0” mark with the reference line on the scope body.
4. Reinstall the center turret cap. Note: Installing the RevStop ring is recommended, but not required to operate the scope. The elevation turret can still be indexed to zero after sight-in even if the RevStop ring is not installe
Using the Riflescope
Reticle Focus Adjustment
Your scope uses a fast-focus eyepiece designed to quickly and easily adjust the focus on the scope’s reticle. To adjust the reticle focus:
1. Look through the scope at a blank white wall or at the sky.
2. Turn focus knob fully counterclockwise.
3. Turn the eyepiece focus knob inward until the reticle image is as crisp as possible.
The magnification adjustment is used to change the magnification level, or “power,” of the riflescope— adjusting from low to high magnification depending on your preference.
1. Rotate the indicator bar to the desired magnification
Each adjustment or “click” moves the point of impact either 1/4 MOA or .10 MRAD. 1/4 MOA closely corresponds to ¼” at 100 yards, or 3 cm at 100 m; .10 MRAD is equal to .36” at 100 yards, or 1 cm at 100 m.
1. Following the directional arrows, turn the dials in the direction you wish the point of impact to go.
Your scope has an adjustable objective lens. This adjustment dial is marked with approximate yardages and should be matched to the target’s distance. Final focus setting should be checked by moving your head back and forth while looking through the scope for any shift of the reticle on the target (parallax). If you observe shift, the dial should be adjusted slightly until removed. Once correctly set for your target's distance, errors due to parallax will be eliminated.