Bushnell 2X MP Scope

posted on July 19, 2012


Bushnell has introduced a 2X MP sight featuring a 3 MOA dot and T-dot reticle for fast target acquisition.

The 2X MP is 100 percent waterproof, fog proof and shock proof, and comes with a built-in mounting system for attaching to Picatinny and Weaver rails, multi-coated optics and two reticle light settings—green and red—to provide versatility in any lighting situation for $229.99.

Contact: Bushnell Outdoor Products; www.bushnell.com.


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