Bushnell 3-12X LRHS

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posted on November 4, 2014
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Based on proven designs developed in its Elite Tactical scope line, Bushnell has introduced the Long Range Hunting Scope (LRHS) as the first member of the Elite Tactical Hunter family. The scope features the new G2H reticle—a mil-based, first-focal-plane reticle designed to aid range estimation and maintain reticle-to-target proportions at any magnification setting.

The 3-12X 44 mm scope features a forged aluminum, one-piece 30 mm tube and low-profile, tactical-style turrets that are equipped with the Revlimiter Zero-Stop mechanism. The elevation turret is designed to allow the hunter to quickly dial for distance and then easily return to the preset zero. The LRHS is argon-purged to provide a barrier against atmospheric changes, and lenses are treated with Bushnell’s proprietary RainGuard HD coating for clarity in any weather condition. Price: $1,500. Contact: Bushnell Outdoor Products, 9200 Cody, Overland Park, KS 66214; (800) 423-3537; bushnell.com.

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