Schmidt & Bender Field Target II

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  1. RobF

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    Schmidt & Bender are having another foray into the world of field target with version II.

    Robbie Stewart who's at the 2014 Shot Show in Las Vegas has posted on FB
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    Image credit & © Robbie Stewart 2014
     

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  2. Steve

    Steve Member

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    Just what I've been waiting for,any spec.Rob?weight is interesting for me.
     
  3. JamesO

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    That would look good on an ftp900:D
     
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    S&b ii ft

    Good night,

    Already on sale?

    Franclim
     
  5. RobF

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    Nope. I can see if I can get a message to Robbie to get some specs posted...

    I suspect (and it's a guess) it's a PMII, with perhaps a re-parallax or different parallax curve, with some minor body mods perhaps.

    Of course, weight or none, there's only going to be one major question to get answered :D
     
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    Further info...

     
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    Exit pupil diameter mm 4,55 - 1,18
    Twilight factor 26,5 - 53,0
    Field of view m/100 m 3,50 - 0,90
    Eye relief distance mm 70
    Weight g (ohne Zubehör / mit Zubehör optional) 1.100 - 1.350
    Beleuchtung Einstellung 1 - 11 (Dämmerung Tageslicht)
    Magnification 12,5x - 50x
    Transmission >=90% bei 450-600 nm min.
    Diopter Setting +2/-3
    Parallax adjustment 7 - 70 m
    Reticle 1st focal plane Sport FT1 / Sport FT1L
    Reticle 2nd focal plane Sport FT2 / Sport FT2L / Sport FT3 / Sport FT3L
     
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    Buy

    true james . but you would have to BUY one ??? HOLLY:):D
     
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    Looks remarkably like a silver PM11 ??? HOLLY:):cool:
     
  10. JamesO

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    Let's be honest now. That's never going to happen, you can take the boy out of Yorkshire...:D
     
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    Where'd you find them?
     
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    He didn't buy the last one... ;)
     
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    Robbie going to post new specs tonight (before he goes to the bar:D)
     
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    Cheers,but if that's correct,it's Pm2 weight.May aswell stick with the Pm2,I really don't want to buy a March but the 730 or 830g is appealing.
    Only advantage I would presume for the new S&b ft is no need for a clfa lense.
     
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    Was there any need before? Pull the IR off the 10-60 and you can save 20g... when i weighed mine it came in at 700g... but can't remember if that had wheel and sunshade on.
     
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    Sorry Rob I meant I need to use one on the pm2(I knew what I meant):eek:
     
  20. RobF

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    Oh, I never realised. :eek: I thought they came down to 8 yds as well... (that's what I meant :))
     

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