A flat-shooting rifle and good optics is one of the lesser-known tool combinations popular on American farms and ranches, and that tool box just got richer with Sightmark's introduction of its 6-25X56 35 mm Triple Duty Rifle scop.
The new sight uses fully multi-coated optics for efficient light transmission housed in a one-piece 35 mm tube -- providing a 120 minute of angle range.
The 'scope features quarter-inch MOA clicks and internally lighted glass-etched reticles for coyote, deer and hog control at dawn and dusk.
James Sellers, president of Sightmark, says the new sight was developed for shooters working from 500 to 1,000 yards who want dial-in optics for precision shooting.
O-ring sealed and nitrogen purged, the 6-25X56 is both fog proof and water resistant. It features a parallax adjustment knob and oversized, locking windage and elevation turrets.
The Triple Duty is available in duplex, circle dot and mil-dot reticles.
For more information visit www.sightmark.com.
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