The Resurrection FFP Scope really is a king among rifle
scopes. This top-of-the-range, side-focus scope features lockable target-style
turrets, which allow easy adjustment for those extra-long-range shots. They
remain securely locked in place, so you can be confident your rifle stays
aligned between shots.
Recoil resistant, shockproof, and waterproof, this
Resurrection Scope is a firearm-rated piece of equipment. This is a first focal
plane (FFP) scope: as the magnification level is adjusted, the image and the
reticle maintain the same proportional relationship to one another.
Another great feature of this scope is the bicolour
illuminated reticle. There are five levels of illumination, and there’s a
choice of red or green reticle, depending on the landscape and lighting levels.
The scope comes with its own detachable sunshade.
As the smaller brother in the Resurrection FFP Scope range,
this version features all the family traits, such as side focus, lockable
turrets, detachable sunshade, and first focal plane. It also has the bicolour,
five-level, illuminated reticle.
The difference is that this model is a smaller and more
lightweight scope. It has a length of 34cm and an objective lens of 44mm in
diameter. The magnification is 4 to 14.
The London Armoury Company was established in 1856 with the
sole intention of producing military arms for the British War Department, as
well as for export markets. The board of directors and shareholders in the
company read like a Who’s Who of the 19th century English gun trade. It
included (among others) Archibald Hamilton, Robert Adams, Richard Ashton, James
Kerr, John Deane and William Harding
The London Armoury Company manufactures a range of
high-quality firearms and accessories. www.londonarmoury.co.uk/