Trijicon has announced that now through Oct. 31, 2023, enthusiasts who purchase any new REAP-IR or IR-HUNTER through a Trijicon Electro Optics retailer, will be eligible to receive a free Trijicon Tenmile riflescope (select models valued up to $2,310). The company’s similar promotion earlier this year was a popular one. With fall’s approach, this one is a timely choice for hunters.
The promotion is being managed online, and consumers can find terms and conditions along with the required proof of purchase information on that webpage. Upon purchase of a new REAP-IR 3 (starting at $7,209) or IR-HUNTER 2 model ($7,724), new owners can visit the website to select their preferred Trijicon Tenmile long-range rifle scope from three options: Tenmile 5-25X 50 mm SFP MRAD (MSRP $2,100); Tenmile HX 5-25X 50 mm SFP MOA (MSRP $2,100); or Tenmile HX 3-18X 44 mm FFP MOA (MSRP $2,310). Allow eight to 10 weeks for receipt of the Trijicon Tenmile riflescope after submitting all required information.
The latest REAP-IR and IR-HUNTER thermal imaging systems retain Trijicon’s leading image quality, durability and ease of use with new and improved system controls for faster system response and reduced lag. A new manual focus adjustment for 60 mm versions provides improved image quality at all distances.
A new USB-C connector also enables the use of external battery packs for extended time in the field. The main housings are constructed from forged 7075 aluminum and feature updated top-loading internal battery compartments for faster access, a slimmer profile and increased durability. The new quick-release mounting system, featuring Trijicon Q-LOC Technology, provides incredible return-to-zero performance with the ability to affix the scope rapidly and reliably in the dark.
REAP-IR and IR-HUNTER thermals feature a variety of reticle choices for instant adaptation to any scenario with today’s most popular chamberings. User-selectable reticle choices include MRAD, MOA, 5.56 BDC, 7.62 BDC and 300BLK BDC options. All Trijicon Electro Optics thermal scopes feature 640x480 resolution, 12-micron thermal sensors with 60 Hz frame rates and are engineered, machined, and assembled in the United States. They are also tested to MIL-STD 810-G.