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Julius King Optical Company

Julius King Optical Company


Julius King Optical Company

Julius King Optical Company

An excellent telescope sight manufactured by the Julius King Optical Company of New York, shown in Figure 6, is made in three styles and is optically arranged to be always in focus for objects distant from 10 to 5,000 yards, rendering them perfectly clear and distinct. The field presented to view is unusually wide, clear and flat, allowing wide range in sighting running game. The focus is such that objects are only visible through it when the eye of the shooter is at about two and one-half inches from the eye piece; this prevents any injury to the eye from the recoil of the gun, and does away with the old-fashioned slide. The lenses are accurately ground, centered, and, together with the cross-hairs, are mounted in brass cells, which are held at proper distances from one another by seamless brass tubing which is then inserted and screwed from both ends into a blued steel tube fourteen inches long and seven-eighths of an inch in diameter, making the sight dust, light and waterproof. The objective is thoroughly achromatic throughout and is placed one and one-half inches back from the forward opening of the steel casing, to protect it from the danger of being broken and from oblique rays of light, making the telescope both a day and night glass. The mountings employed in fastening the telescope to the gun are designed for attaching it to the center or side of the barrel, the latter being most frequently used to admit of the use of the open, Lyman, or telescopic sight. The mountings are adjustable so that the gun may be quickly and accurately sighted to any desired range. This telescope sight magnifies an object and makes it appear from four to twenty times larger than it really is. The result is obvious. They have such fine illumination that an object is distinctly seen in feeble and uncertain light that otherwise would be practically invisible to the naked eye.

Farrow, Edward S. American Small Arms; a Veritable Encyclopedia of Knowledge for Sportsmen and Military Men. New York: Bradford, 1904. Print.

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