I have reviewed several Riton optics in the past, so when the opportunity to look over the Riton X3 Conquer 6-24×50 FFP rifle scope, I had an idea of what to expect.
The X3 Conquer features Riton R3 Zero Stop turrets. They allow you to set the turrets to zero once you have zeroed your rifle. That way, when you change windage or elevation adjustments, you can re-zero the scope to the original zero. The optic is built from aircraft-grade aluminum and features a 30mm tube.
Easily adjustable focus knob.
Removable throw lever to aid in easily adjusting the magnification.
With its milliradian first, focal plane reticle adjustments were made using the turrets or hold over marks within the reticle through the range of magnification. With second focal plane scopes, estimations and holdovers can only be made at one power, usually the highest. In an FFP scope, the reticle changes with magnification allowing you to use it throughout the range. In SFP scopes, the size of the reticle remains constant throughout the range of magnification.
Target scopes can be expensive, but with an MSRP of $649.99, you get many features in an affordable optic. We ran a couple of hundred rounds through the Marlin 336 Dark, reviewed here many through the Liberty Suppressors Sovereign reviewed here with no issues. The optic held zero, the strike of the round adjusted as it should, and the optic returned to zero when so adjusted. If you are getting into target shooting, looking for an inexpensive target optic, or wanting the benefits of a target scope on your hunting rifle, the Riton Conqueror line is well worth considering.
|OBJECTIVE LENS DIAMETER||50mm|
|MAGNIFICATION||Zoom: 6X to 24X|
|FIELD OF VIEW @ 100 YARDS||16.8ft – 4.4ft|
|EXIT PUPIL||8.2mm – 2.1mm|
|RETICLE FOCAL PLANE||1st Focal Plane|
|TURRET TYPE||Tactical MIL|
|ELEVATION CLICK VALUE||.1 MRAD|
|EXTERIOR FINISH||Matte Black|