Redfield Battlezone Tac.22 Riflescope

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posted on October 15, 2013
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Redfield has jumped into the rimfire scope market with its Battlezone Tac.22 2-7x34 mm riflescope.

Designed for .22 Long Rifle firearms, the Battlezone Tac.22 comes with two elevation adjustment dials. The first is marked in ¼ MOA increments, while the second is a Bullet Drop Compensation (BDC) dial calibrated to a 36-grain, .22LR hollow point traveling at 1,260 fps. The BDC dial is marked from 50 to 150 yards.

The Battlezone Tac.22 features the Tac-MOA reticle, which matches the ¼ MOA adjustment dials. Stadia lines on the horizontal and vertical crosshairs are set at two minute of angle increments, allowing for fast windage and bullet drop adjustments, as well as range estimation. Parallax is set at a rimfire-friendly 75 yards.

Its fully multi-coated lens deliver excellent brightness, clarity and resolution, while the fast-focus eyepiece provides an exceptional field of view, and makes focus fast and easy in the field. Aggressively knurled, resettable adjustment dials feature audible clicks that assure precision, repeatability and a wide range of adjustment travel.

Like all Redfield optics, the Battlezone Tac.22 is nitrogen-filled for a lifetime of waterproof, fog proof and shock proof performance, and it is covered by the Redfield “No Excuses” warranty.

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