Over the last few years, Crimson Trace has developed products beyond its core lines of Lasergrips. In fact, the company now produces lights, lasers and red-dot sights for firearms. Soon, shooters can even pick one of the new Crimson Trace riflescopes.
With 11 models from which to choose, Crimson Trace has designed a riflescope to meets almost every shooter’s needs. The new line contains magnification ranging from 1-4X24mm to 5-25X56mm. As such, the line provides options for hitting everything from moving targets to long-range objects.
“We’re extremely excited to enter the large and diverse riflescope market with these feature packed products,” said Lane Tobiassen, president of Crimson Trace and American Outdoor Brands Corporation’s Electro-Optics Division. “Consumers can expect the same high-quality engineering and design that Crimson Trace has been providing for nearly 25 years.”
Crimson Trace Riflescopes
Crimson Trace incorporated advanced exterior and interior components in its first focal plane scopes designed by its engineers in Oregon. Additionally, the optics feature advanced ED fully multi-coated Japanese glass. Even better, the company provides seven custom-designed reticles from which to choose. Each reticle was designed for specific purposes and applications, providing a range of options for shooters.
The riflescope lines also feature specially designed turrets, for easy adjustment even when wearing gloves. They also come with flip-up caps on the ocular and objective lenses to protect the glass and help keep the riflescope clean. The scopes are also waterproof, fog proof, shock proof and dust proof.
The Crimson Trace riflescope line will be available in the fall, and the company backs the line with its full lifetime warranty, as well as its Free Batteries for Life program. Prices for the riflescopes start at $499 and range up to $1,999.
For more information about the Crimson Trace riflescope line, please visit crimsontrace.com.
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