With the introduction of the Riton Mod 7, Riton Optics has enhanced its position in the long-range tactical market.
Riton developed its latest offering by listening to its customers. According to the company, customers wanted a riflescope with greater magnification, zero stop turrets and a lighted reticle. So, the company answered with the Mod 7.
“The challenge of this optic was putting all these amazing features into one optic and control costs to still provide it at a price point that beats all of the competition and is clearly, by Riton’s mission, the best value in the industry,” said Brady Speth, Riton Optics CEO.
The Riton Mod 7 features a first focal plane lens position and return to zero turrets. It also comes with a fast-focus eyepiece and an integrated throw lever for quickly changing magnification for needs. Additionally, the scope is 100 percent waterproof, fog proof and shock proof. In fact, Riton designed the tube for this scope for the “toughest environments.”
Riton used high-density, extra-dispersion glass for clarity, and included a red illumination reticle with six brightness levels. They also included an off position between each brightness level for easily getting to the desired level quickly.
Whether shooters want to engage game or stationary targets in competition, the Mod 7 provide high-quality performance at an affordable price.
Brady Speth, a law enforcement and military veteran, founded Riton Optics in 2013 with his wife. Based in Tucson, Ariz., Riton builds practical optics for real-world applications, from hunting to competition and even long range shooting.
Riton Mod 7 4-32x56mm Scope
- Magnification: 4-32
- Parallax Adjustment: 15 to infinity
- Tube Diameter: 34mm
- Objective Lens: 56mm
- Lens Coating: Multi-coated
- Field of View: 27 ft. at 4X; 3.4 ft. at 32X (100 yards)
- Material: 6061-T6 Aircraft grade aluminum
- Weight: 37 ozs.
- Length: 15”
- Eye Relief: 3.7”
- MSRP: $1,469.99
For more information about the Riton Mod 7 4-32x56mm Scope, please visit ritonoptics.com.
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