Bushnell Introduces Professional Grade Red Dot Scope

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posted on April 9, 2014
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Bushnell has introduced the first red-dot scope in its Elite Tactical line. The Elite Tactical CQTS (Close Quarters Tactical Sight) is a fixed power, illuminated red-dot system designed for quick target acquisition and rapid deployment on any firearm equipped with a Picatinny rail or Weaver-style base.

Built with the same field-tested standards inherent in Bushnell Elite Tactical products, the 1x32 mm Elite Tactical CQTS has fully multi-coated optics for a bright and clear sight picture, and features  a 3 MOA red dot with eight brightness settings, including three for use with night-vision devices.

The Elite Tactical CQTS has a durable 30 mm tube, along with rubber-armored turret caps, a one-piece cantilever mount and flip-up lens caps.

Every product in the Elite Tactical series is not only covered by the Bushnell limited lifetime warranty, the entire product line is also backed with the one-year, no-risk Bushnell Bulletproof Guarantee. The 100-percent money back guarantee is valid up until one year from the original date of purchase. Suggested retail price for the CQTS is $349.

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