Bushnell Elite Tactical Hunter Riflescope

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posted on April 27, 2014
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Bushnell's new 3-12X 44 mm Elite Tactical Hunter riflescope was designed to give long-range hunters everything they needed, and nothing that they didn't, and at that the company succeeded. The 13"-long Elite Tactical Hunter features an argon-purged, matte-black 30 mm main tube and .1-mil click values, with 24 mils worth of travel in each elevation and windage. Parallax adjustment is made via a side-focus knob. The scope weighs 25.7 ozs.

Additionally, the Elite Tactical Hunter has the G2H reticle, RainGuard HD lens coating, and fully coated optics, among other things. The Elite Tactical Hunter is but one of the countless firearms-related items on display here in Indianapolis at the NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits.

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