The latest version of Bushnell's 1-6.5x24 mm Elite Tactical SMRS (Short Midrange Riflescope) employ's the company's first focal plane illuminated BTR-2 Reticle (ET1624J). This optic was designed in accordance with feedback gathered from consultants in the military, law enforcement and 3-Gun competition in order to ensure ease of use and reliability. The folding, knurled ThrowDown Power Change Lever (PCL) provides for quick magnification changes under pressure. The mil-based illuminated BTR-2 reticle provides precise holdovers and red laser illumination. An Off position is placed between each illumination brightness level to eliminate the need to move through all of the settings in order to save battery power. Other features include a 30 mm Forged aluminum alloy one-piece tube, T-Lok locking target turrets and RainGuard HD Lens coating. MSRP: $1,822.45
SHOT Show 2017: Bushnell Elite Tactical SMRS 1-6.5x24 mm Riflescope
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