The Field Tested Workhorse
SWFA SS 3-9x42



In sub-zero temperatures or searing desert heat (-50 degrees to +130 degrees Fahrenheit, and altitudes of 30,000 feet to depths of 15 feet in salt water) the waterproof, shockproof, fogproof SS performs. Whatever the weapon, from .223 to .50 BMG, the SS handles the recoil. Whatever the target, the SS gives you the best advantage. Made of lightweight aluminum but strong as steel, it has superior multicoated optics for maximum light transmission. Built to NATO specs.

SWFA SS 3-9x42


  • Matte
  • Patented First Focal Plane Mil-Quad Reticle
  • 30mm
  • OK for .50 cal
  • 0.1 MRAD
  • waterproof
  • fogproof
  • shockproof
  • fully multi coated
  • focal plane
$599 95



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  • Exit Pupil: 14 - 4.67
  • Weight: 19
  • Length: 13.1
  • Field of view @ 100 yds: 33.2 - 14.51
  • Side Parallax Adjustment (m):
  • Eye Relief (in): 4.13 - 3.03
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  • Coating:
  • Waterproof: yes
  • Fogproof: yes
  • Shockproof: yes

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Reviewer: Michael Remington

This is a much better scope then my 1-6 brand X. I'm a bifocal wearing fuzed neck tactical shooter that is trying to buy my way in to the mid pack of my local competition. Shooting steel at 100 to 300 yards. I needed a larger eye box like a Nikon 2-7. I needed less weight then my Burris 2-10 XTR. I hate BDC reticles and I like FFP scopes after messing with my XTR. Have enjoyed using a SS fixed FFP 16x on a 22RF and found a SS HD 3-9X at a good price. The 3x9 is a great blend of functions and quality. I don't miss the parallax feature. Knobs don't accidently move like a Nikon. Have shot two local matches and i'm happy.

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