Redfield Revenge Scopes

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posted on April 10, 2012
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Redfield now offers its Revenge line of riflescopes with an “in-scope” ballistic ranging system.

The new Accu-Ranger Ballistics System allows hunters to determine the distant to commonly hunted animals to help enhance accuracy out to 600 yards without taking eyes off the target.

"The Redfield Revenge is an all-new, one-of-a-kind series of riflescopes featuring our exclusive new Accu-Ranger Ballistics System," said Pat Mundy, senior marketing manager. "These riflescopes continue the Redfield tradition of top-notch optics priced within the means of most every hunter."

The Accu-Ranger system is available in all riflescope models except the 2-7x34 mm, and is even available in the Revenge 2-7x34 mm ABS Crossbow scope.

To use the Accu-Ranger equipped scope, a hunter uses the power selector ring to bracket the animal’s torso between the horizontal line of the reticle and the bottom of the top post. After determining the yardage from the reticle numbers, the hunter turns the scope up to its highest power, and uses the appropriate aiming point to shoot. Specific Accu-Ranger reticles include the Hunter, Sabot, Varmint and Crossbow.

Additional riflescope features include:

Fully multicoated lens system for outstanding image brightness, clarity and resolution;
Pop-up, resettable ¼-MOA windage and elevation adjustments;
Fast-focus eyepiece.

Revenge riflescopes have a one-inch tube and are nitrogen filled to be waterproof, fog proof and shock proof, and they are covered by the Redfield Limited Lifetime Warranty.

Manufacturer's suggested retail prices range from $139.99 to $269.99. For more information, visit www.redfield.com.

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