Sabpack riflescope 1-8X24IR Optics Strike Eagle First Focal Plane
|Item Dimensions LxWxH
||14.35 x 6.4 x 3.5 inches
The Strike Eagle 1-8x24 FFP uses a variable intensity reticle illumination system, found on the optic’s left-hand side. To activate the illumination, rotate the illumination dial to the desired intensity setting. The Strike Eagle has nine daylight illumination settings, and two night vision compatible settings. To turn the illumination off, dial the Illumination Dial to “0.”
The magnification adjustment is used to change the riflescope’s “power.” The Strike Eagle 1-8x24 FFP is a variable powered optic with an 8x optical design. This will allow you to change the power from 1x to 8x using the Magnification Adjustment Ring.
The Strike Eagle 1-8x24 FFP uses a Fast-Focus Eyepiece designed to easily adjust the focus on the riflescope’s reticle.
1. Turn the magnification ring to the highest power. Looking through the optic, turn the Fast-Focus Eyepiece counterclockwise until the reticle is slightly blurry.
2. While looking at a white wall or a clear blue sky, taking short glances through the optic, turn the Fast-Focus Eyepiece clockwise until the reticle is clear and crisp as soon as you look through the optic. This may take several attempts.
Turrets are used to adjust the point of impact. The Strike Eagle 1-8x24 FFP uses 1/4 MOA turret adjustments on both the Windage and Elevation Turrets. Each click will move the point of impact roughly 1/4" at 100 yards. The turret on the top of the scope is the Elevation Turret, which is used to adjust the point of impact up and down. The turret on the right-hand side of the scope is the Windage Turret and is used to adjust the point of impact left and right