UTG Adds 4X32 Compact Prismatic T4 Scopes to Lineup

By Dave Dolbee published on in Optics

Looking for a compact optic that excels in ruggedness, clarity, and fast target acquisition? Check out UTG’s new 4X32 Compact Prismatic T4 Scopes. Here is the full press release from Leapers UTG.

This series of optics use prismatic refraction technology which achieves excellent light transmission and clarity while maintaining a compact size smaller than most in its class. Built on the True Strength Platform, these scopes are completely sealed and nitrogen filled making them shockproof, fogproof, and rainproof. They also feature UTG’s standard EZ-TAP Illumination Enhancing (IE) System which features dual color red/green and 36 color illumination modes. Attached to the illumination modes is a 1-click memory feature will restore the scope to the last color/brightness setting used.

UTG 4X32 Compact Prismatic T4 Scope

UTG 4X32 Compact Prismatic T4 Scope

Three T4 models are available featuring three different reticle types. Choose what is best for your application between a Mil-dot (SCP-T4IEMDQ), Circle dot(SCP-T4IECDQ), or T-dot (SCP-T4IETDQ) reticle. All models feature an etched-glass reticles and feature emerald coated lenses housed in a 34mm tube for maximum light transmission, glare prevention, and adjustment range. Sighting in the T4s is quick and easy using the ¼ MOA per click adjustment premium windage/elevation target turrets. Parallax is ideally preset at 100 yards making it useful for most practical shooting applications. Standard features of the T4 Compact Prismatic Scopes are: an angled integral sunshade, bidirectional double twist lock mount, and flip open lens covers; along with everything you need to get shooting out of the box.

SCP-T4IEMDQ MSRP: $234.97
SCP-T4IECDQ MSRP: $234.97
SCP-T4IETDQ MSRP: $234.97

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