White Oak Distinguished Rifleman Scope
Over 30 years of personal experience at the highest level of Service Rifle competition as well as collaboration with an unmatched team of top level competitors gives White Oak Armament insight into what is needed from a service rifle scope. We used this insight to pack this scope with features that will help you perform at your best, features unavailable in any other scope.
The White Oak Armament Distinguished Rifleman Scope has 1-4.5 adjustable power in a 30mm tube.
FOCUS The scope has two optical adjustments. The first is the focus adjustment on the back of the eyepiece, and the second is the parallax adjustment. Unlike other scopes the WOA scope features click adjustable parallax adjustment, the clicks make it easier to return to the exact setting if changing parallax between distances.
RETICLE The most unique feature of this scope is the EXCLUSIVE White Oak Cant Indicating Reticle (CIR). In use the WOA Cant Indicating Reticle has several features that make it ideal for across the course shooting. The .75 MOA dot gives a precise aiming point while the 7.5 MOA inside diameter of the ring allows for shooting the scope as you would an aperture in an iron sight.
The differentiating feature of the WOA CIR reticle is the Cant Indicator lines at the right and left edges of the field of view. Placed at 10 degree increments from 10-40 degrees, these lines help to ensure that if you do shoot with a cant, you achieve the same degree of cant from day to day and shot to shot. See the users guide for more information on the CIR reticle.
The reticle is etched glass. Illumination is red and only the dot is illuminated.
(If you like using a lens reducer we have both clear and tinted lens reducers available here.)
KNOBS The White Oak Distinguished Rifleman scope is available in two models. One with MOA knobs for windage and elevation adjustment, the other with Click knobs.
Both styles have a bottom stop with two revolutions of 25 MOA per revolution.
The MOA engraved knobs work much like any other scope knobs with the same markings. Each mark is .250 MOA and each number indicates one MOA.
The Click knobs are a White Oak exclusive. These knobs are designed to be the easiest and most intuitive method of tracking and recording your zeros for the across the course shooting or any other style of shooting where your targets are at consistent, known distances. As with the MOA knobs, each click of the knob gives a .250 MOA change in point of impact. The only difference is in how the knobs are marked. Rather than every 4th click counted and numbered as with the WOA knobs, with the CLICK knobs every click is counted with each 5th click numbered for easy reference.
If at any time you wish to change the knobs on your scope, both MOA and Click knobs can be purchased separately.
INCLUDED IN THE BOX
- Instruction Manual & Quick Start Guide
- Lens Covers, (eye and objective)
- Lens Cloth
- MAGNIFICATION: 1-4.5
- Objective Lens Size: 24mm
- Field of View (ft @ 100yds): 18.9 degree – 4.2 degree (33.3m @ 100m – 7.3m @ 100m)
- Exit Pupil: 12.2-5.2mm
- Eye Relief: 80 mm±10 mm
- Focusing Type: Fast-focus
- Diopter Adjustment Range: ±2
- Parallax Adjustment Type: Side Parallax w/ clicks
- Parallax Adjustment Range: 10yds - infinity
- Windage Adjustment Range: 25MOA per Revolution
- Elevation Adjustment Range: 48MOA
- 1 Click Equals: .25MOA
- Number of MOA per dial rotation: 100 clicks
- Turret Type: Target Knobs with 2 turn indicator
- Focal Plane: 2nd
- Reticle: White Oak Cant Indicating Reticle
- Illuminated Dot Reticle (Y/N): Y
- Adjustable Illumination Levels: Y
- Reticle Illumination Color: Red
- Battery Type: CR2032
- Optical Coatings: Multi-coated
- Shock Proof Rating: IK08
- Waterproof Rating: IP66
- Tube Size: 30mm
- Tube Material: 6061 Aircraft Aluminum
- Exterior Tube Color Anodizing: Matte Black
- Throw Lever: Yes
White Oak scopes carry a 3-year warranty.
Scopes are manufactured in Japan to our exacting specifications at an ISO9001 certified state of the art facility. Our manufacturer has over 50 years of experience and specializes in optics.