Bushnell Introduces AR Optics Line

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posted on January 16, 2013
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One of the chief complaints about quality AR-platform optics has been the high price tag that typically accompanies them. Bushnell has responded to the extraordinary demand for affordable optics with a new line developed especially for the AR platform. So we'll just cut to the chase: price point starts at $99 and maxes out at just under $300, and includes everything from red dots to riflescope in several different powers.

What makes the attractive price tags even more remarkable are the scopes' standard features, which include target turrets for pinpoint-precise adjustments, plus caliber-specific reticles. AR Optics riflescopes are available in six configurations to equip every AR platform from 22 rimfire to long-range 223/5.56 firearms. Fully multi-coated optics offer exceptional brightness and a new Drop Zone-223 Ballstic Reticle has aiming points out to 500 yards.

For more, go to Bushnell.

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