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Delta Optical Titanium 1-5,8×24 FDHL 12MOA

528,46 EUR
650,00 EUR incl. VAT

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The Delta Optical Titanium series of sights is very popular in Europe and in the world thanks to the high parameters common to all products in this series. Delta Optical Titanium spotting scopes are of exceptional quality and precision. Each parameter has been refined with the end user in mind. The sights in this series are characterized by a high light transmission of about 92% for the entire optical system of the telescope, which enables hunting even with residual lighting, and high mechanical resistance, which means that it can withstand recoil even with high-powered weapons.

The perfect scope for traditional driven and organized hunting trips. the “Swedish” method. A very large field of view (36m by 100m) puts this model at the forefront. Such a large field of view ensures the comfort of a precise shot while maintaining maximum safety. The spotting scope has a variable magnification of 1-5.8x and a lens diameter of 24 mm. A strong tube with a diameter of 30 mm and precision of workmanship make the telescope can be successfully used on weapons with high initial energy. In addition, like any other model from the Titanium series, the bezel is nitrogen-filled, which makes it waterproof and suitable for all conditions.

The model is available with seven reticles.

The light transmission and mechanical strength have been confirmed by tests carried out at the German DEVA Institute.

Body material: Aluminum -70%, Brass – 20%, Steel – 10%

Additional information



Minimum magnification [x]


Max. magnification [x]


Objective lens diameter [mm]


Exit pupil [mm]

24 – 4,14

Eye relief [mm]

104 – 93

Linear FOW at 100m [m]

36 – 6

Angular field of view [deg.]

20,24 – 3,45 °

Twilight Factor

4,9 – 11,8


0,3 kg/cm2

Shock resistance

6500 J



Reticle position

SFP (2nd plan)

Reticle diameter [mm]

58,2 (5,8x)

Illuminated reticle


Max. elev. / wind. adj. range

80 MOA

One click

0,25 MOA

Parallax adjustment


Tube [mm]


Length [mm]


Weight [g]


Nitrogen filling


Working temperature range

-17 / +80 °C