Internal Mechanism Design Features
|L-Tec™ Zero Stop
||Rugged steel components allow fast, sure return to the original
zero point when large, multi-revolution elevation corrections have been
dialed. Internal mechanisms stay free of sand, dirt, dust, moisture and
other foreign materials—even when setting the zero stop position. Note:
The turrets will allow a slight over travel for shooters who
occasionally need to dial down below their zero. US Patent 8,166,696 B2
|Maximized Turret Zero
|Turret design allows expanded adjustment range when L-Tec™ zero stop feature is disengaged for zeroing purposes.
|Micro Adjust Zero Setting
||Infinite zero setting positions allow zero to be set between clicks for optimal accuracy.
|Friction Reduction System
||Heat-treated, hardened-steel pad floats on the end of the turret
screw and interfaces with a hardened steel ring on the erector tube for
steel-on-steel contact. Prevents galling or deformation of the erector
screw contact point for superior durability and repeatability. US Patent 7,958,665
|Sub-2 Micron Tolerant
|Provides low-friction, wear-resistant performance. Precision
machined to sub-2 micron tolerances and treated with an advanced
dry-film lubricant for ultra-smooth operation and adjustments.
|Erector Tube System
||Precision-machined from aircraft-grade aluminum with anti-galling
properties for a lighter weight, stronger, more durable tube. Stainless
steel offset coil spring erector biasing system withstands higher
stresses, allowing more internal elevation and windage travel with
better freedom of movement for the ultimate turret precision.