MIDAS TAC HD

5-25x56 APLR4 FFP MOA

The big brother in the Midas TAC family, this 5-25×56 first focal plane scope gives you even more versatility. A minimum parallax of 25 yards and 110 MOA of elevation travel makes this scope perfect for close range rimfire or long range engagement with standard and magnum calibers. HD glass and advanced Fully Multi-Coated lenses enhance target appearance at all distances. A true precision Zero Stop for a repeatable return to zero and a capped windage turret give confidence you’ll be able to make the shot.

MIDAS TAC HD

5-25x56 APLR4 FFP MOA

The big brother in the Midas TAC family, this 5-25×56 first focal plane scope gives you even more versatility. A minimum parallax of 25 yards and 110 MOA of elevation travel makes this scope perfect for close range rimfire or long range engagement with standard and magnum calibers. HD glass and advanced Fully Multi-Coated lenses enhance target appearance at all distances. A true precision Zero Stop for a repeatable return to zero and a capped windage turret give confidence you’ll be able to make the shot.

SKU: 213080 Category:

MIDAS TAC HD 5-25×56 APLR4 FFP MOA

Riflescope
First Focal Plane

$1,062.49

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PRODUCT SPECIFICATION

MAGNIFICATION

5 - 25x

OBJ. LENS DIAMETER

56 mm

TUBE DIAMETER

34 mm

EYE RELIEF

3.7"

FOV @ 100 YDS

22.1 - 4.5 ft

PARALLAX ADJUSTMENT

25 y

CLICK VALUE

0.25 MOA

LENGTH

15.1"

WEIGHT

30 oz

PRODUCT SPEC SHEET (PDF)
PRODUCT USER MANUAL (PDF)
RETICLE MANUAL (PDF)

PRODUCT FEATURES

REVIEWS

AVERAGE RATING
Rated 3 Reviews
RATING DISTRIBUTION
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  1. Carl Harden

    Game-changer, period.

    As a business owner, former military officer and airplane owner/ pilot, some of my product choices and decisions are crucial.

    I was actually looking in the $2,000- $3,000 range of well know optic manufacturers for two magnum builds I own. However, for me to choose the aforementioned scopes over this Athlon would literally be like throwing $2,000 in my fireplace and setting it on fire.

    The overall quality in regards to clarity, crispness and sharpness of the picture quality isn’t worth an additional $500 in my opinion. In addition, the robust build (34 mm tube) and tactile, precise and audible turrets are second to none.

    Further, with 25 yard minimum parallax adjustment and 110 moa of windage and elevation adjustment, I can switch these between my 1 mile plus heavy magnums and my precision short action centerfire or rimfire rifles. And, I get all of this for $800? Really?

    Please give us an illuminated version of this scope!

    Thanks to Krystal McCall, Arik Moody and Trent Keller of Athlon for your professionalism.

    Note- I am not a paid reviewer.

    Carl Harden

  2. Johnny M.

    I recently purchased this Midas TAC 5-25x56 with the APLR4 moa reticle to put on a new long range magnum rifle. I have owned a Midas TAC 6-24-50 for approximately a year now and it has been outstanding. So when I needed a new optic the decision to go with another Athlon was pretty easy. It’s clarity and brightness are excellent and as expected it tracks true and precise. You can’t go wrong with a Midas TAC.

  3. DÅ«gan

    I just recently purchased and mounted the Athlon
    Midas TAC 5-25×56 on an RPR 6.5cm. Set to take the mile shot. Absolutely -hands down dollar for dollar worth every penny. Clarity and image sharpness are second to none and from 100yds to 1760yds this unit tied them together like they were at 10 feet. I was truly amazed at the quality and clarity of this scope. The image at 1 mile was beautiful it was clear and sharp and it held 1moa group at a mile 10 shots 10 hits all in 1moa group. And from 100 - 1000 yds it kept it under 1 moa. If you want to spend the money on a sticker (Big name brand) then it’s your money. But I’ll put this “Athlon” up agains the most expensive and it will take the them to school. If you look through it without seeing the name, you will swear it’s a 2k$-3k$ optic.

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