The tried and true 3-9 hunting optic has been optimized and upgrade with the RT-S Mod 5 GEN2 3-9×40 by Riton Optics. The versatility of this optic makes it great for large game, target shooting, large to small caliber rifles and muzzleloaders to rim fires.

Material: 6061-T6 Aircraft Grade Aluminum / Capped Elevation and Wind age Turrets with Zero Reset
100% Waterproof, Fog proof and Shockproof (tested up to 1200 G’s)
1/4 MOA Fingertip Wind age and Elevation Adjustment / Fast-Focus Eyepiece
Focal Lens Position: Second Focal Plane / Reticle: Raton Duplex Reticle
Weight: 23oz/652g; Length: 12. 2in/310mm

Shipping Note: Shipping to Alaska, Hawaii, PO Boxes, and APO addresses is not available for this item
Warranty: 90 Day Woot Limited Warranty


Parallax Adjustment:

Side, 10-Infinity yards

Tube Diameter:


Objective Lens Diameter:


Focal Lens Position:

Second Focal Plane

Lens Coating:

Fully Multi-Coated, Full Wide Band, Waterproof Coated, Low Light Enhancement


Riton Duplex Reticle

Field of View at 100 yds:

32.5ft @ 3x – 11ft @ 9x


6061-T6 Aircraft Grade Aluminum





Eye Relief:


Exit Pupil:

12.9mm @ 3x – 4.3mm @ 9x

Click Value at 100 yds/mm:


Adjustment Range:

40 MOA

Mounting Length:


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I have a 6-24 Power riton scope, i love it! Great clarity and i think all of them are rated up to .50 cal
My only issue is I don't like the pop up lens caps, ive had two front caps break (spring popped out so it wouldn't stay open) they replaced them for free but i ended up taking the caps off

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I bought this scope as a replacement for a really crappy Simmons on my Ruger 10/22. At this price I didnt expect wonders. It easily matches or exceeds the Nikon P scopes and Vortex Diamondback scopes I have on other rifles. I am really impressed with the clarity and the controls. I am having to find excuses to NOT replace perfectly fine scopes with other Riton products.

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I mostly agree. The only issue I have with my Riton optics is the outside edge lens distortion is pretty noticeable at lower magnification levels. Sort of a fish-eye effect. My Nikon optics don’t have the issue to anywhere near the same extent. The glass is very clear, though, and light transmission is excellent. Reticles are just OK.

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I have not noticed that distortion but will look for it.

Last week when I opened my safe my 10/22 fell out and landed directly on the scope. It appears that the Ruger mount slipped while the scope did not lose zero bouncing off the concrete. Amazing scope for the price...or even tripe the price.

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Whole heartedly agree. Very, VERY durable build quality. Glad your tool is still working well!

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83 bucks is an absolutely bonkers price for this scope. RITON just announced their new lineup for 2020, so they're basically giving away their old inventory.

- Glass is as good as anything that costs $500+
- Turrets are screw on cap, and Multiplex reticle, so this is a hunting scope, not a tactical scope.
- This thing is a touch heavy, but it's built like a freaking tank with a lifetime, no questions asked replacement warranty.

This scope is a must buy if you're trying to find decent glass you can set and forget. It will outlast the rifle it's on.
I'd slap this on a cheap Savage type hunting rifle and be comfortable taking any shot out to 400 yards in any condition.

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Is Adjustable parallax really necessary on a 3-9

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