$119.99 for a Famous Trails FT300 "Ariel" with FREE Doubler Lens to Increase Magnific

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    $119.99 for a Famous Trails FT300 "Ariel" with FREE Doubler Lens to Increase Magnific

    *Fully focusing with coated optics, anti-bloom protection and 2.5 magnification *Self energizing power supply eliminates the need for main batteries *Contemporary lightweight design with rugged composite housing *Detachable IR Illuminator for use in darkest conditions (3volt lith. Batt required not included)

    GEARHOG SPECIAL: FREE Doubler Lens to increase magnification to 5x

    - Light Intensification: High
    - Image Magnification: 2.5x
    - Dimensions: 5.9"(l) x2"(w)x3"(h)
    - Weight: 0.94lbs
    - Batteries (For IR Illuminator): Radio Shack® #23265, Duracell® DL1/3N, Eveready® 2L-76
    - Field Of View: 15 degrees (min)
    - Eyepiece Adjustment: +/- 4 diopters
    - Focus Range: 4.4 to 300 ft
    - Objective Lens Focal Length: 50 mm w/P20 phosphor
    - Objective Lens Aperture: fl.5
    - IR Illuminator: Detachable
    - Warranty: 1 year
    - Gain: 800-900
    - System Gain: 10,000-15,000


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