MGM Eagle Eye Switchview Universal Speed Lever

posted on April 26, 2014

MGM, like some other companies, has been offering metallic focal adjustment levers for rifle scopes for some time. These levers allow the shooter to adjust the scope’s magnification quickly while maintaining their sight picture. Unfortunately, these metallic levers are relatively expensive and will only fit one specific model. To remedy the problem, MGM has released the universal-fit polymer Eagle Eye Switchview lever that is less expensive, light weight, and it will fit just about every variable magnification scope on the market.  The Eagle Eye is available in black, tan, or OD green with a suggested retail price of $24.99.

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