Millett Magni-Lever Power Change Ring

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posted on March 8, 2012
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Millett has introduced the Magni-Lever power change ring to speed up changing scope magnification for tactical and competition shooters.

The new Millett Magni-Lever makes it easier to change magnification levels to more rapidly acquire targets. The Magni-Lever easily attaches to the power change ring on a variety of scopes to help shooters make quick, precise adjustments when every second counts.

The Magni-Lever is CNC machined from solid aircraft aluminum with ananodized hard coat finish, and attaches with four Torx head screws and is designed for a precision fit.

The Magni-Lever is available for an MSRP of $59.95 in 10 sizes to fit some most of the more popular riflescopes on the market. For more information about the Millett Magni-Lever, or other Millett products, go to Millettsights.com.

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