MIDAS TAC HD

6-24x50 APRS3 FFP MIL

Here at Athlon Optics we have listened to your feedback and suggestions and developed the Midas Tactical. Loaded with features including HD Glass, Fully Multi-Coated lenses to enhance target appearance at all distances, a hard Zero Stop for a repeatable return to zero, and a capped Windage Turret to prevent accidental adjustments. Add in First Focal plane and a Ranging Reticle, housed in a 30mm Aircraft grade Aluminum tube. This is not just another option, but the solution!

MIDAS TAC HD

6-24x50 APRS3 FFP MIL

Here at Athlon Optics we have listened to your feedback and suggestions and developed the Midas Tactical. Loaded with features including HD Glass, Fully Multi-Coated lenses to enhance target appearance at all distances, a hard Zero Stop for a repeatable return to zero, and a capped Windage Turret to prevent accidental adjustments. Add in First Focal plane and a Ranging Reticle, housed in a 30mm Aircraft grade Aluminum tube. This is not just another option, but the solution!

SKU: 213077 Category:

MIDAS TAC HD 6-24×50 APRS3 FFP MIL

Riflescope
First Focal Plane

$862.49

Where to Buy

Available Reticles

APLR4
FFP MOA

APRS2
FFP MIL

Long Range

PRODUCT SPECIFICATION

MAGNIFICATION

6 - 24x

OBJ. LENS DIAMETER

50 mm

TUBE DIAMETER

30 mm

EYE RELIEF

3.7"

FOV @ 100 YDS

17.8 - 4.6 ft

PARALLAX ADJUSTMENT

10 y

CLICK VALUE

0.1 MIL

LENGTH

14.6"

WEIGHT

26.3 oz

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

PRODUCT FEATURES

REVIEWS

AVERAGE RATING
Rated 4 Reviews
RATING DISTRIBUTION
5
76.9%
4
0
3
23.1%
2
0
1
0
  1. William P Dorsey

    I've used way worse scopes in my day, but i've also used better. First of all this glass is in no way HD. no better than standard glass used in the Helos BTR. the parallax adjustment on infiniti does nothing out to 1000 yds. cant focus my target out that far. so this is pretty much useless for long range. the only reason i gave it three stars is because the turrets track dead on and the clicks are very audible and tactile. i also give a thumbs up to the reticle very nice. but without a clear sight picture beyond 800 yds, this scope is limited to medium range applications. not worth the $659.00 i paid for it.

    • webmaster

      William,
      I have spoke with Technical Support about the issue you are having and this was the response, "tell him we’d be happy to check the parallax and see if it is causing him any resolution issues. Did he set the eyepiece focus up correctly?" Thank you for your time.
      -Athlon Team .

      To Message us directly email us at contact@athlonoptics.com

  2. Lee M. Tejada

    This scope has all the features I want and need. With the zero lock and rest on the elevation turret and zero reset on windage turret with cap. Click really pronounced with no slop. Also looks awesome with a sunshade mounted on my RPR. Thanks Athlon

  3. John Hixson

    My first scope was the ARGOS BTR 6-24X50 and I thought that was a great scope. I called and asked what was the difference between the ARGOS and the MIDAS and they told me the glass and mechanics were better, and boy were they right this scope was fantastic very clear glass now I own a 3rd Athlon scope the ARGOS BTR GEN 2 1-8-24 and that scope is great. I might have to get rid of my Vortex 3-9-40 and go ATHLON all the way. Great scopes, great service great company. Thanks

  4. Guy Blasingame

    I have really enjoyed using this scope. It gives a clear picture and the reticle is excellent. I’m looking forward to getting it out to 300 yards which for 22 is perfect. The only problem I have had is finding the correct size sunshade for the scope. I have tried a 50 mm and 56 mm to no success. I would enjoy finding out what the correct size sunshade for this excellent scope.

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