Bushnell Monocular

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posted on October 10, 2012
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10/10/2012

Bushnell’s Legend Ultra HD line of optics has gotten just a little bit bigger with the introduction of the 10x42 mm Monocular.

The unit, available in black or tan, is built to the same specifications as the other products in the Legend series and includes features such as extra-low dispersion glass, fully multi-coated optics and a PC-3 phase-coated prism—all of which combine to produce clear, colorful images in a wide range of light conditions.

The Legend UHD Monocular is constructed for durability, and its compact size, Picatinny rail mount and retention clip make it suitable for carry afield. Price: $200 to $300.

Contact: Bushnell Outdoor Products; (800) 423-3537; www.bushnell.com.

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