Cronus BTR 1-6×24 ATSR2 SFP IR MOA UHD

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Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
(4 customer reviews)

Where to BuyMSRP: $1,249.99

Description

 From 3-gun competition, tactical applications, or close range hunting, the new Cronus BTR 1-6×24 is just what the doctor ordered. Rated as one of the best LPVO (Low Power Variable Optic) scopes, the ATSR2 SFP IR MOA reticle is specifically designed for 3 gun competition and tactical applications. With hold over points for both bullet drop and wind compensation, the ATSR2 reticle is designed for 68 and 69 grain BTHP 223 Rem/5.56mm NATO rounds. It is also suitable for many other bullet weights in these calibers. The 1.4 moa red dot is perfect for zeroing your rifle scope at 200 yards and the open centers below the center red dot are for targets at 300, 400, 500, and 600 yard. The unique design of open centers eliminates target obstruction with 12~18 inch targets beyond 200 yards, allowing a shooter to take a quick shot. The openings on horizontal lines below the center are specially designed for holding over 5 mph and 10 mph wind.

This  Cronus BTR 1-6×24 Model has ATSR2 second focal plane illuminated MOA reticle in it.  Please click the link for detailed reticle subtension.

SKU#:210200

Cronus BTR 1-6x24 SFP MOA Rifle Scope | Athlon Optics

 

 

Feature

HD Glass HD Glass gives you better light transmission,  brighter, and  sharper image.
Illuminated Reticle The illuminated reticle provides greater visibility during dusk and dawn and other low ambient light environment.
Etched Glass Reticle Reticle etched on the glass that provides excellent backing support for complex reticle design and offers great durability and much higher shock resistance to recoil
Advanced Fully Multicoated Fully Multicoated optics effectively reduces reflected light and increases the transmission of light giving you a brighter image than normal single coated lenses
XPL Coating XPL Coating gives you an extra protection on the exterior lenses from dirt, oil and scratches or anything else mother nature can throw at you.
High Precision Erector System The high precision erector system processed by high precision CNC machine with +/- 0.0001mm tolerance level to provide you the most accurate power settings and smoothest magnification change
6061 T6 Aluminum The 6061T6 aircraft grade aluminum tube that has exceptional strength and superior mechanical integrity will protect these world class optics no matter what punishment you throw at it.
Exposed Tactical Direct Dial Exposed Direct Dial Turrets for elevation and windage allow you to quickly make adjustment as you needed and engage your target within a blink of your eyes
Precision Zero Stop System The system allows you to lock down your zero position and dial back to it with a sharp and precise stop right at your zero mark even you are turning it in pitch-dark or blind folded.
Locking Turrets This Locking Feature allows you to push down to lock the turret and pull up to turn. This feature prevents the knobs from being turned accidentally and keeps your zero all the time.
One Piece Tube Construction Heat treated one piece tube gives the scope extra strength over multi-piece tubes. A one piece tube also is better at keeping moisture out thus keeping your scope fog proof for the life of the product
Waterproof Waterproof to protect the scope in the harshest weather conditions or if accidently submerged underwater
Fog proof Fog proof to allow you to immediately engage your target when you take your rifle to cold ambient temperature from warm inside
Shockproof Robust mechanical system with special designs on both control and erector system that give you the ultimate recoil resistance to withstand 1000G recoil for 1000 times.
Argon Purged Argon Purging uses the inertia gas with bigger size molecules to purge any moisture out of the tube giving you better waterproofing and thermal stability .

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Specifications

Magnification 1-6
Objective Lens Diameter 24 mm
Reticle  ATSR2 SFP IR MOA, Glass Etched 
Surface Finish Matte 
Lens Coating Advanced Fully Multicoated 
Extra Coating Xtra Protective Coating 
Tube Material 6061 Aluminium 
Tube Diameter 30 mm
Exit Pupil  11.4-4.0 mm
Eye Relief 3.6-4.0"
Field of View @100 yards 106.9-17.7 ft
Click Value 0.5MOA
Adjustment range per rotation 50 MOA
Total Elevation Adjustment 120 MOA
Total Windage Adjustment 120  MOA
Turret Style Exposed Direct Dial & Locking
Parallax Adjustment Fixed at 100 yards
Purging Material Argon 
Length 10.6"
Weight 18.8 oz
User Instruction Manual Download 
Reticle Manual  Download 

4 reviews for Cronus BTR 1-6×24 ATSR2 SFP IR MOA UHD

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Dusting

    I’ve shot quite a few CQB style rifle scopes, but I’ve settled on the Cronus 1-6x for several reasons. First, rapid engagement on these style scopes is very important to me. I look for a very forgiving eye-relief and wide field of view, and the Cronus delivers! Whether I am in an odd position shooting off-hand in a 3-gun match and my cheek weld isn’t the greatest, or I’m laying prone at the rifle range, I have no trouble getting on target quickly on any magnification. There is no struggling to find the eyebox. A day-light bright illuminated floating dot in the reticle draws your eye in without being busy or distracting.
    Outside of close quarters shooting, the ATSR2 Reticle really starts to shine. Bracketing your target in the subtension breaks means there is no reticle obstruction on targets at distance. The reticle even gives me quick holds for windage. At a recent 3 gun match I went 1 for 1 on the long-range portion of the stage. Rapid engagements, quick transitions and a great holdover reticle have been a huge time saver!

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Matt

    I thought that switching from a Trijicon Accupower 1-8 to the Athlon Cronus BTR 1-6 was going to be a more challenging transition then what it actually was. I will admit I still miss having the extra 2x on an optic, but with long-range engagements, it has been a pretty seamless transition. I still am not right where I left off, but a little more training, and I’ll be right where I left off. I utilize 77gr Black Hills when I train and compete. My rifle has a 16” Criterion barrel with a rifle-length gas system; I’m used to using holdovers, so Strelok and the BDC line up reasonably well.

    Where I have seen the most improvement has been when shooting targets 70 yards and in, my splits and transitions have gone up, I don’t worry about engaging no-shoot targets, and the best part is I can comfortably and confidently leave the scope at 1x and know that I am going hit the target where I need to hit it. The Illuminated reticle is visible during the brightest of days. Everyone I have shown the scope to has complimented the clarity of the glass as well as the smoothness of the magnification adjustment knob. Dialing in for zero was easy with the turrets, they’re noticeable and defined clicks, and I don’t have to worry about adjusting too much or too little. All in all, I’m pleased with the scope, some more training on more challenging targets and not getting sucked into the office, as I have been will ensure better results, but I have been very happy with the scope.

    Pairing the scope with the Cronus UHD rangefinding binocular is even better. The Cronus UHD Rangefinder is a legitimate tool that accomplishes several jobs at once. A couple of weeks ago, at a match, my squad and I were on a stage that had some legitimate mid-distance targets that should have warranted a spotting scope. The match director didn’t have one set up out there, so I set the rangefinders down for everyone to use in getting their distances and for the rotation of RO’s to utilize in calling out the hits. It made calling hits much easier and sped operations up for our squad. The rangefinders are accurate and reliable. I have two more major matches planned out for the remainder of the year and will give a progress report once my season is over.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Paul Beasley

    I bought the Cronos 1×6 to go on an AR15 and wanted to save some money over the Zeiss that I ended up putting on the rifle. For the price thete is nothing out there even close!!!! I compared it to my Zeiss Divari and a Swarovski and it didn’t measure up but those scopes are thousands of dollars more than the Athlon. A warranty is only as good as the people who back it up and Kevin gave me a refund for it, minus 3% wich I thought was a bit tacky since I wasn’t charged the 3% when I bought my scopes, I bought two Sthlon scopes in the original transaction, he fid give me a very nice Military discount though. Not only would I recommend Athlon both as a fantastic product for the price, the people that I dealt with were all very nice to deal with.

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    Gary

    I own several high quality optics for comparison (Eotech, Burris, Vortex) and I can attest this Athlon Cronus is awesome. The eye box and field of view are both really good. The glass quality is excellent. The throw tension from 1x to 6x is perfect (some other brands make them way to stiff in my opinion and hard to adjust quickly without a throw lever). Locking turrets that can be adjusted on the fly are just an added bonus even though I’ll admittedly use holdovers most of the time.

    All of the mentioned features come in at a very acceptable weight which was one of the features that sold me. I didn’t want to carry around a two pound optic on a 16” AR. I have over a decade in law enforcement and have owned quite a few AR15’s as a firearms enthusiast but I’m not a competition shooter who can justify spending $2000 on a Kahles. This Cronus is absolutely the cream of the crop for a 1 to 6x in my opinion. I’ll be spreading the word about Athlon.

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