Redfield Battlezone 6-18x44 mm Scope

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posted on November 14, 2013
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Redfield has expanded its Battlezone riflescope line, designed for tactical AR-15 and bolt-action rifles, with a 6-18x44 mm model.

The new scope features fully multi-coated lenses, Redfield’s Bullet Drop Compensation System and a TAC-MOA reticle, along with pop-up, resettable ¼-inch m.o.a. adjustment knobs.

The Bullet Drop Compensation System comes with two adjustment dials calibrated for two of the most popular tactical rifle calibers-.223/5.56 mm NATO with 55-grain bullets traveling at 3,100 fps and.308/7.62 mm NATO firing 168-grain bullets at 2,650 fps. Each dial is marked in 50-yard increments.

The TAC-MOA reticle features stadia lines on the horizontal and vertical crosshairs set at one minute of angle (m.o.a.) increments, allowing for quick holdover for wind or elevation, and can be used for range estimation on objects of known size.

The Battlezone also comes with a fast-focus eyepiece, and 100-percent waterproof, Nitrogen-filled maintubes to prevent fogging and freezing, along with Redfield’s No Excuses lifetime warranty.

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