Intelligent Firing Solution with integrated customizable display provides all the important information in real time to the operator.
Steiner sets the new standard for sniper riflescopes by entering the digital world. Based on the outstanding success of the M5Xi - used today by Special Forces around the globe - Steiner sets a new benchmark with the ultimate long-range riflescope M7Xi IFS 4-28x56 with a 7x zoom and an impressive field of view (1.42-9 m at 100 m).
The Intelligent Firing Solution with integrated customizable display always provides all the important information in real time to the operator. The built in Ballistic Calculator and Sensor Suite determines the bullet point of impact in real time (temperature, air pressure, inclination, wind drift). Just turn the turrets until the distance and wind correction in the display matches the information provided by the spotter and you will be on target.
The display provides information about leveling and the current turret setting. Display and user interface can be customized to user needs. All information can be arranged, or deactivated as needed via smartphone app (Bluetooth connection).
- Customized Display
A sophisticated user interface presents the precise firing solution in your field of view.
- Built-in ballistic calculator and sensor suite
- Heads-up display of firing solution display and user interface
- Bluetooth connectivity
- Precise windage/elevation adjustment
- Optimized tube and knob configuration
- Waterproof / fogproof / shockproof
MSR2 has several new features, yet with further development of original design features, all carefully benchmarked and fine-tuned for the most optimized usability. Dozens of test combinations were used in the development phase, some have been incorporated into final prototype scopes for further evaluation and final analysis. Countless individual aspects had to be considered in design and development, especially line or object weight balancing which is always difficult with any reticle. This was a particularly sensitive issue with MSR2 where optimization had to be balanced uniquely for various types of use, and design had to perform with several magnifications. In some applications, MSR2 also requires and takes advantage of the latest reticle lens etching technology that was not available during the original MSR development.