Steve Austin Meopta Riflescope Now Shipping

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posted on July 8, 2013
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The Meopta Broken Skull Ranch riflescope is now available. The limited edition scope is the result of a partnership between pro-wrestling hall of famer Steve Austin and Meopta. Austin is a lifelong hunter, and the scope is named after his property, the Broken Skull Ranch, in Tilden, Tx. The customized special edition of the Meopta MeoPro 4-12x50 riflescope features Austin's Broken Skull Ranch logo on the objective bell and his signature on the ocular.

“After the overwhelmingly positive reaction we received at NRA in Houston, we are excited to begin shipping the product to all the customers who preordered the scopes and to begin selling them on bsrscope.com,” said Reinhard Seipp, general manager and chief operating officer of Meopta USA. “Steve shares our passion for hunting and the outdoors and knows that our optics are engineered not only for exceptional optical quality and low light performance, but extreme durability as well. Clearly if Meopta optics are tough enough for Steve Austin, they are tough enough for anyone!”

Austin said not only are the optics bright and clear, but rugged enough to withstand extreme hunting conditions. “I’m proud to partner with Meopta and deeply appreciative of the many fans who travelled great distances to join us for the unveiling of our new Broken Skull Ranch riflescope,” he said.

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