TALOS

6-24x50 ATMR1 MIL

If you ask any hunter they'll tell they probably have filled more tags in the low-light hours than any other time. With that said, it would be wise to design a scope to excel in early-morning and late-evening light. The Talos family of rifle scopes featuring SFP, Fully Multi-coated, Capped Elevation & Windage Turrets, Illuminated Reticle, 4x Power Ratio, 1 inch Tube.

TALOS

6-24x50 ATMR1 MIL

If you ask any hunter they'll tell they probably have filled more tags in the low-light hours than any other time. With that said, it would be wise to design a scope to excel in early-morning and late-evening light. The Talos family of rifle scopes featuring SFP, Fully Multi-coated, Capped Elevation & Windage Turrets, Illuminated Reticle, 4x Power Ratio, 1 inch Tube.

SKU: 215013 Category:

TALOS 6-24×50 ATMR1 MIL

Riflescope

$299.99

Where to Buy

Available Reticles

BDC 600 IR

Hunting

PRODUCT SPECIFICATION

MAGNIFICATION

6 - 24x

OBJ. LENS DIAMETER

50 mm

TUBE DIAMETER

1"

EYE RELIEF

3.11 - 3.03"

FOV @ 100 YDS

16.8 - 4.5 ft

PARALLAX ADJUSTMENT

10 y

CLICK VALUE

0.1 MIL

LENGTH

13.9"

WEIGHT

23 oz

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

PRODUCT FEATURES

REVIEWS

AVERAGE RATING
Rated 10 Reviews
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  1. Casey Thomas

    Mounted my new 6x24x50 Talos today sighted it in and absolutely love it! Keep up the great work Athlon!!!!! Great product!!

  2. OCL

    I reordered the [Athlon 215013 Talos 6-24x50mm] and received a brand new version of the item. The items is very clear at near distances (10 yards) and far distances (500 yards) from 6X to 24X magnification. I have not used it at the range yet but I could not be more satisfied with a sub-$300 rifle scope out of the box. Considering that this is a sub-$200 rifle scope make the purchase even more pleasing. The side focus spacing between yardage markers is very desirable. The clarity, magnification, reticle, illumination and turrets are the best of all the sub-$300 I have seen or used. I have a Primary Arms 4-16X44mm I like but, the side focus spacing is too close, which makes focusing very difficult because a touch clockwise or counter-clockwise throws off the focus. I only wished that Athlon would provide of list of sunshades that are compatible with their riflescopes or what thread pattern and (OD) outside diameter is used in each of their products since they do not manufacture/provide sunshades.

  3. OCL

    I reordered the [Athlon 215013 Talos 6-24x50mm] and received a brand new version of the item. The items is very clear at near distances (10 yards) and far distances (500 yards) from 6X to 24X magnification. I have not used it at the range yet but I could not be more satisfied with a sub-$300 rifle scope out of the box. Considering that this is a sub-$200 rifle scope make the purchase even more pleasing. The side focus spacing between yardage markers is very desirable. The clarity, magnification, reticle, illumination and turrets are the best of all the sub-$300 I have seen or used. I have a Primary Arms 4-16X44mm I like but, the side focus spacing is too close, which makes focusing very difficult because a touch clockwise or counter-clockwise throws off the focus. I only wished that Athlon would provide of list of sunshades that are compatible with their riflescopes or what thread pattern and (OD) outside diameter is used in each of their products since they do not manufacture/provide sunshades.

    ***Previous Review***
    The [Athlon 215013 Talos 6-24x50mm] I received from OpticsPlanet through Amazon that was used (although I ordered new), damaged & defective. The scope tube had scarring & deformation due to either smaller than 1" rings or severe over tightening) so I can't give you true review of what this product is brand new. I think it has really good clarity up to 22X - beyond that my view of this scope is very cloudy (both literally & figuratively). I hope the magnification issue I found is limited to this particular damaged scope but all is not lost. The "Reticle Subtension Validity" is at 18X when most 'budget' 2nd focal plane (SFP) scopes only have accurate reticles for ranging at maximum power. This is an excellent 6-22X50mm scope especially for the price. It is not good beyond 22X which I could live with because non of the other scopes give you the features, warranty and clarity in this price range.

    The 6-22X clarity is at least as good as my Redfield Revenge 4-12X and my Bushnell 223 Dropzone 4.5-18X. It's clearer than my [Primary Arms (SFP) Mil-dot, 4-16X44mm illuminated]. I love The Bushnell AR-Optics line & Primary Arms but Athlon Talos' turrets are superior to both the [Bushnell AR-Optics Dropzones] and all rifle scope lines of Primary Arms (4-14X & 4-16X; 44mm) I have encountered by either visiting their Pearland, Tx location or using a friend's scope.

    Athlon Talos' brightness illumination is done right because it doesn't wash out the image on any of the settings. Max illumination is just right for daytime with several reduced settings for lower light conditions. It is threaded for a sunshade, unlike [Bushnell AR-Optics Dropzone], however, Athlon doesn't manufacturer sunshades at this time leaving buyers to do the "trail & error" searches. Flip caps are also not provided with the scope nor made available for purchase by Athlon Optics (Talos micrometer OD measurements: 57mm objective; 44mm eye piece). It does come with bikini a cover. Primary Arms provides flip caps with purchase and make sunshades available for purchase. Bushnell does neither.

    You have to remember that I'm reviewing the potential of this scope and not the bad experience I had in receiving damaged goods from the seller whom I have had good experiences before when ordering directly from them and not through their Amazon store. Brand new and properly working, this scope line could be the best scope under $300.00 (5-Stars) or it could fall apart after a few short trips to the range but once again, there's a lifetime no questions asked warranty when failure through 'normal' use is encountered. The poor thing I received was abused through improper ring installation so I promptly returned for a full refund. I hope this helps.

  4. Kurtis

    For the price this is hard to beat. I've only had it a short time but love it to this point. I've never been a Vortex fan. I feel they are a big craze like the 6.5 guys so I went with this instead. Like I said price is unbeatable. Glass is amazing. It is very clear. Holds up to recoil on my 300WSM so far. Will update if that changes. I let many friends and family look through this scope, never hearing of Athlon riflescopes, and they all thought this was a $400-600 scope. Love it though! Gonna get another one here soon.

  5. michael moran

    got mynew talos 6-24x50 scope mounted it sited in with laser setup magnification is good clear at six and good at 24 also great scope for the money

  6. mike

    just got my new talos 6-24x50 riflescope opened up mounted the scope installed batt started playing with it so far I like what I see boresighted in magnification works great 6 all the way up to 24 for the money it seems to be a realy good scope for the money Athlon has great unlimited warenty hope to shot this weekend and see how it works out

  7. Ross Carrell

    Built a long range 308 to plink at the range longer distance than my 9mm carbines. This scope offers all the bells and whistles for about $100 less than a comparable Vortex brand scope. This is the lower end 'Talos' version of Athlon's line but it performs perfectly for my needs. Zeroed in and on paper easily once i figured out the obvious markings on the turrets. Hitting at 200-250 yeards no problem. Now i need to practice more 🙂

  8. Kurtis

    For the price this is hard to beat. I've only had it a short time but love it to this point. I've never been a Vortex fan. I feel they are a big craze like the 6.5 guys so I went with this instead. Like I said price is unbeatable. Glass is amazing. It is very clear. Holds up to recoil on my 300WSM so far. Will update if that changes. I let many friends and family look through this scope, never hearing of Athlon, and they all thought this was a $400-600 scope. Love it though! Gonna get another one here soon.

  9. Aaron

    I was doing research on a good long range scope when I stumbled across athlon. Talos is one of their lower grade models, so I decided to start with this model and slap it on a 7mm rem mag. The scope was locked in at 200 yards within 6 shots. I purchased a the moa reticle for a 6.5 creedmoor mpr, sighted in within 5 shots. I only have a range that will let me reach out to 600 meters, but it does the job. I would guess that the higher end helos models are worth the extra money.

  10. Twp

    Now first and foremost! For 200$ don't expect this thing to track!!! Zero it cap the turrets and don't touch them! Now for a cheap scope with a good MIL reticle it's hard to beat for 200$. Reticle is clear and well defined. Seems to hold zero which is all it needs to do. At this point your gonna just use holdovers. And for that purpose capped turrets, 6-24x with a good clear MIL reticle this is perfect. Sub tensions are correct at 18x.

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