Buy any Redfield Battlezone Riflescope, Get $45 Back

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posted on April 16, 2014
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Redfield is offering an incentive to tactical rifle shooters by providing a $45 rebate on all Battlezone riflescopes purchased between April 15 and June 30, 2014.

Available in 3-9x42 mm or 6-18x44 mm, the Battlezone is designed for AR, Modern Sporting or precision bolt-action rifles. The Battlezone features fully multi-coated lenses, the Bullet Drop Compensation System, the TAC-MOA reticle and tactile/audible ¼-MOA finger click adjustments.

The Bullet Drop Compensation System comes with two adjustment dials calibrated in two of the most popular calibers for tactical rifles. The .223/5.56mm NATO dial is set up for 55-grain bullets at 3,100 FPS. The second dial is calibrated for 168-grain .308/7.62mm NATO bullets at 2,650 fps. Each dial is marked in 50-yard increments.

Also eligible is the Battlezone TAC .22 2-7x34 mm model specifically calibrated for the .22 Long Rifle round. The TAC .22 shares all the features of the Battlezone, but includes a BDC dial for the common 36-grain .22 Long Rifle cartridge.

The TAC-MOA reticle features stadia lines on the horizontal and vertical crosshairs set at two minute-of-angle (MOA) increments. This allows for fast holdovers for wind or elevation, and for range estimation in the field.

A fast-focus eyepiece helps shooters get on target and adapt to changing conditions. Like all Redfield riflescopes, the Battlezone is built to withstand the elements. It’s 100 percent waterproof, nitrogen-filled maintubes prevent fogging and freezing, and are guaranteed to stay sealed for the life of the scope. The Battlezone is covered by Redfield's No Excuses full lifetime warranty.

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