The new Mark 4 High Accuracy Multi-Range Riflescope (HAMR), a scope that is as devastatingly effective as ruggedly constructed. Compact and combat-ready, the HAMR is designed for precise mid-range distance marksmanship and fast target acquisition in bright daylight, low light, and at night.
Linear FOV (ft/100 yd) - High : 32.00
Linear FOV (m/100 m) - High : 10.60
Eye Relief (in) - High : 2.70
Eye Relief (mm) - High : 69.00
Elevation Adjustment Range (MOA) : 60.00
Windage Adjustment Range (MOA) : 60.00
Exit Pupil (mm) - High : 6.00
The red dot has no turn off bottom. In the case of strong light or natural light, the brightness of the red dot will automatically increase the brightness, and the brightness of the red spot will naturally weaken. It belongs to the weak current state power saving function.
Question:Where is the battery located and how do I access it to replace it?
The battery for the Mark 4 HAMR illuminated reticle is located inside the illumination control dial on the right side of the scope as mounted and can be changed without tools. Remove the battery cover by twisting the cover counter-clockwise while holding the sides of the illumination dial to keep the entire dial from turning.
Question: Is the reticle still visible without the battery?
The reticle in the Leupold HAMR, CM-R2 is visible and usable with the illumination turned off. However, the reticle of the Leupold DeltaPoint is not visible with the illumination turned off.
Note:All of our items do not provide batteries, for reference only,thank you.