Stryker HD riflescopes are the latest and most advanced riflescopes currently produced by Delta Opticts.
They offer an excellent light transmission rate paired with central illuminated point for quick target acquisition.
All Stryker HD riflescopes have high-quality ED low dispersion glass and all the lenses are fully multi-coated.
Strayker HD riflescopes features excellent optical performance even in low light conditions.
They have an exceptional price-performance ratio and very nice and elegant design
Delta Optical was founded in 2002 in Poland by passionate people who wanted to provide the best optical equipment at reasonable price. After years of tests, search for knowledge and feedback from its customers, they developed products with amazing quality and price-performance ratio. In the field of sports optics, this company offers series of binoculars and riflescopes for Eastern and Central Europe, suitable for hunters, military, law enforcement applications and forest rangers.
Currently, there are two models of Stryker HD series available on the market. Stryker HD 4.5-30x56, a true tactical rifle scope and Stryker HD 5-50x56, a target rifle scope with an incredible zoom factor of 10 times.
The first and smaller model is a tactical riflescope with the reticle in the first focal plane -FFP, this means that reticle subtensions doesn't change with magnification.. The second model is perfect for sport shooting and it has the reticle in the second focal plane – SFP, this means that reticle stays constant with magnification change.
The housing of Stryker HD rifle scopes is made out of durable aluminum, All riflescopes in this series feature a 34mm diameter tube. These riflescopes are totally waterproof and shockproof for even the strongest calibers. All the Stryker HD series are made in Japan.
Delta Optical Stryker HD is one of the few riflescopes that offer extraordinary 10x zoom with 5x magnification. It is one of the best riflescopes in this price range and has almost no competition.
It has a one-piece housing made out of durable aircraft-grade aluminum. It is nitrogen purged and quite heavy because of the robust housing.
Stryker HD is made with high-quality ED low dispersion glass. All lenses are fully multi-coated with a special anti-reflective coating which provides very good light transmission in low light situations and enhances the contrast.
The reticle is illuminated. Illumination is usable only in low light conditions, which is normal for this riflescope. There is an off switch between each illumination intensity level.
Stryker HD has exposed tactical turrets with a ZeroLock mechanism. They offer quick, easy adjustments and also a protection against unintentional change of turret setting. The clicks are very precise. The turrets can easily be reset back to zero by using no tools at all.
The parallax can be set anywhere between 10 meters and infinity.
It has a big elevation range. There is also a turn indicator on top of the elevation turret.
There are MOA and MIL versions of Stryker HD available on the market. DLS-3 (MOA/MOA) has the most precise clicks (1/8 MOA). The Models DLS-1 and DLS-2 have an elevation adjustments range of 30 MIL and MIL clicks. The DLS-3 model has an elevation adjustment of 100 MOA.
Stryker HD has a 34 mm main tube which provides more space for elevation compared to the 30 mm tube. In order to mount Stryker HD, you need the mounting rings to fit this diameter.
The product comes with 10 years of warranty.
|In production since||-|
|Min. exit pupil.||2.1mm|
|Max. exit pupil.||9.4705mm|
|Min. field of view...||1.6m/100m|
|Max. field of view.||10.5685m/100m|
|Min. eye relief.||89mm|
|Max. eye relief.||100mm|
|Fast focus eyepiece||-|
|Adjustment per click||10mm/100m - 0.10MIL|
|Nr. Turret Turns||-|
|Turret rotation direction||CCW|
|Elevation Per Turn|
|Reticle position||2. focal plane - SFP|
|Parallax adjustment||Yes - side focus|
|Parallax adj. range||10 m to infinity|
|Temperature range||-20 / +70 °C|
|Lens coating||Fully Multicoated|
|Tube diameter||34 mm|
|Mount rail type||No|
(Posted on 23/06/2018)