Built to be carried as a standard piece of equipment and be close at hand, the Solo R/T Tactical monocular gives a closer look when needed. It features the Vortex R/T Ranging reticle with reticle focus for accurate range estimation and calling shots. The generous eye relief and a large exit pupil deliver optical performance normally reserved for binoculars, and the premium roof prisms and fully multi-coated optics deliver a bright, clear view. Completely waterproof and nitrogen gaspurged, the Solo R/T features textured rubber armor and a convenient belt or webbing strap clip.

Product Features

  • The Solo Recon Tactical Monocular with 8x magnification and a 36mm objective lens is a great choice for observation and range estimation in a lightweight and compact package
  • Fully multi-coated lenses with anti-reflective coatings, the Solo R/T provides excellent light gathering capability in low light situations. The flared eyecup blocks extraneous light and folds down for use with glasses
  • A large focus wheel and the smaller reticle focus allow the user to properly focus the image and reticle to their eye for optimal target milling capability
  • The Solo R/T comes complete with a utility clip which attaches easily to a vest or belt for quick access in the field
  • Textured rubber armor provides added grip and durability. O-ring sealed and nitrogen purged, the monocular brings waterproof and fogproof performance

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  1. Anonymous

    Very nice optics During my research for a monocular I repeatably was confused if there was a reticule marking range estimates (Mrad) or not.This does.Construction:Very solid. This is in no way cheaply built. Conforms to the hand nicely too.Controls:You have two controls, image focus and reticule focus.image focus is obvious but the reticule focus is for some kind of past complaint that the reticule would be blurry.Basically – set it so it’s perfect and…

  2. Anonymous

    Update: fell apart into a bunch of pieces for no obvious reason. it’s not super clear at longer ranges. But it gets five stars for the value.AT $100, this is a super value, esp wth the MRAD reticle included.We used this to spot hit at a long range tactical shoot, and we could tell hits and misses, and sometimes where the hit was on clean steel, at distances up to 900 yards. Much better than the naked eye.Will NOT replace a decent spotting scope, but then again, this is a scope you can carry everywhere as you move around, whereas a…

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