Weaver Turkey Scopes

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posted on November 21, 2013
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Weaver has introduced two new optics suited for turkey hunting. One features a specially designed reticle, while the other is a versatile option for a variety of firearms.

Weaver’s new KASPA 1-4x24mm Turkey Scope comes with the Vertical Zone Turkey (VZT) Reticle. The VZT reticle’s straight-sided, slot shape is designed to naturally aim the center crosshair to the middle of a turkey’s kill zone. The two oval slots are designed to provide references for 20 and 40 yards.

At close range, the top of the turkey’s head and base of its neck fits inside the larger outer slot. At longer distances, the top of the turkey’s head and base of its neck fits inside the smaller, inner slot. In either case, the center crosshair will sit on the center of the neck for precise shot placement.

The robust 30mm tube contains fully multi-coated lenses for amazing clarity and light transmission in the turkey woods, and scope caps are also included.

Weaver’s other new option for turkey hunters is the Micro Dot Sight. It offers unlimited eye relief and a precise aiming point for fast-action shots turkey hunters regularly face. The red-dot sight mounts low for perfect eye alignment and features adjustable brightness settings for changing light levels. It weighs just 2.8 ounces and easily mounts on shotguns, rifles, pistols and crossbows.

Part No. / Description / MSRP

849848 KASPA 1-4x24 VZT Reticle; Mossy Oak Camo $259.99

849255 Micro Dot Sight $108.45

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