The March GENESIS scope is no ordinary rifle scope. Traditional rifle scopes are designed and constructed with an internal assembly which moves the image of the reticle and field of view as the turrets are adjusted. For long range shooting, the FOV is shifted far enough off the centerline of the lenses that optical resolution is reduced. Unfortunately, it is at long ranges where the shooter needs the best clarity. Long range shooters often use MOA inclined rail below their scopes, not just to provide more elevation adjustment but to keep the reticle closer to the optical centerline of the lenses when sighted in at long range. In the GENESIS scope, the reticle remains fixed, so it is always optically centered within the internal lens assembly of the scope, thus maximizing optical clarity in all conditions.
Tactical Model with Illumination Module
March "GENESIS" 6x-60x56mm with 114 Mil of total elevation travel.
GENESIS employs "New High Master Lens System" and "Temperature Anti-Drift Lens System"
"New High Master Lens System"
The High Master Lens System has 2 Super ED lens elements within its new lens system.
By using Super ED lens elements, we can suppress chromatic aberration even more than with ED lenses
and thus produce a sharper image with greater contrast, while still having a strong scope.
"Temperature Anti-Drift Lens System"
In the latest optical systems, a new lens material has been developed to accommodate changes
in environmental temperature by altering the refractive index of the lenses.
This new lens material has been adopted for the new High Master optics to create a more stable lens system
that naturally adapts to changes in temperature to maintain focus and clarity over a wide range of conditions.