Originally Posted by RobF
Mag is a made up number.
Sounds like they've gone for wide field of view, which will give a bright picture... and have a deep depth of field and be difficult to differentiate targets with.
For a scope that's aimed at FT, if that is what's happened, then they don't understand what a scope is for in FT.
Sounds very logical Rob. But please remember I tried a scope that was very clearly marked "prototype". Engraved in capitals below the S&B trademark on the ocular bell. I cannot imagine S&B does not understand what a FT scope needs to be. They put quite some effort in over the years. The big question remains if they succeeded. But I also think it is way to quiet around this scope for that to be true.