- X96 Reticle For Model: 200120
Eliminator III LaserScope 3-12x44 mm is one of the most advanced riflescopes on the planet. Its sleek, lightweight design is robust. And it’s ready for action, ranging and knocking down targets out to 1,200-plus yards.
Precise trajectory compensation is calculated for your exact ammunition and range.
You can use the illuminated aiming point to take down game even in low-light conditions.
The Eliminator III LaserScope 3-12x44mm delivers extreme accuracy at extreme ranges.
The Eliminator III comes with a programming book, and there is a web site app to help get the precise programming numbers you need, based on your elevation, atmospheric condition, and cartridge of choice. Check it out here.
|Objective Lens Diameter:||61 mm|
|Clear Objective Lens Diameter:||44 mm|
|Ocular Lens Diameter:||42 mm|
|Laser Range:||750 yds. (non-reflective) – 1200+ yds. (reflective)|
|Operating Temperature:||-15ºF – +122ºF|
|Field of View:||33 – 9 (ft. @ 100 yds.)|
|Eye Relief:||3.5 – 4 in.|
|Exit Pupil:||16 – 4.2 mm|
|Click Value:||1/8 MOA|
|Elevation Adjustment, Total Capability:||50 MOA|
|Example: 50 MOA is roughly 25 MOA from center.|
|Windage Adjustment:||50 MOA|
|Example: 50 MOA is roughly 25 MOA in any direction from center.|
|Adjustable Parallax:||50 yds. – infinity|
|Weight:||28.8 oz. including mount/battery|
|Illumination Settings:||5 brightness settings|
1. Can I use rimfire or subsonic ammo?
Yes with item 200119. No with items 200120 and 200116.
Only the latest model Eliminator III will work with rimfire or subsonic ammo. When the scope was redesigned to allow a remote cable, it was also updated with additional memory. This allows a wider range of ammunition including most rimfire, and subsonic such as .22LR, .17HMR, .300BLK and 7.62x39.
Item number 200120 and 200116 are not compatible with rimfire or subsonic, as the rounds drop too quickly and fall outside the software limits.
2. Why am I having problems ranging?
The Eliminator III will NOT range through windows, screens, or camo netting. It needs an unobstructed path for the beam to travel. The Eliminator scope uses an infrared beam to range targets. The beam has to pass through the objective lenses and several other layers inside the scope in order to range a target. It is especially important to keep your objective lens clean. We recommend rubbing alcohol on a cotton swab, or a lens cleaner to ensure the beam has a clear path of travel. DO NOT use any cleaners containing ammonia, as this will strip the protective coatings from your lens.
3. Why do I have trouble longer distances?
The Eliminator III scope will range non-reflective targets to approx. 750 yards, and reflective targets out to approx. 1200 yards. Non-reflective targets include animals, trees, bushes, etc. Reflective would be light colored/reflective metallic objects like targets, glass, automobiles, etc. Black targets and animals are NOT reflective enough at longer distances.
Like all rangefinders, the Eliminator will be affected by weather and ambient. It will be more difficult to range in heavy rain, snow, or fog as they can impede the beam.
4. What if my firearm has a canted rail?
The Eliminator comes with an accessory box, which includes 3 shims that will remove cant from your setup. They are labeled A, B and C.
A=10 MOA B=20 MOA C=30 MOA
5. What size rings do I need?
None. The Eliminator mounts to any picatinny rail using supplied picatinny clamps. These clamps will come with your scope: all you need to provide is the rail.
6. Will I have enough time to take a shot when I range a target?
The Eliminator has a display that will stay active for 90 seconds. Your range will disappear sooner, but your aiming point will remain for 90 seconds.
7. What is the torque spec for the base clamps?
50 inch pounds.