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With new magnification ranges, reticles and cosmetics. Bushnell has a lot of new offerings for 2012.
 
 
Bushnell 1-6.5x24 Elite Tactical Rifle Scope
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  • Argon-Purged
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    Stock # - BUSET1624F
    BTR-1 First Focal Plane
     
    Stock # - BUSET1624SF
    BTR-1 Second Focal Plane
     
    Stock # - BUSET1624J
    BTR-2 First Focal Plane
     
    Stock # - BUSET1624SJ
    BTR-2 Second Focal Plane
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    Bushnell 3-12x44 Elite Tactical Rifle Scope
  • Matte Finish
  • 30mm Tube
  • First Focal Plane
  • 1/10 Mil
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    Stock # -BUSET3124FJ
    Illuminated BRT Reticle
    Stock # -BUSET3124FG
    G2DMR Reticle
     
    Illuminated version pictured.
     

     
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    Bushnell 6-24x50 Elite Tactical Rifle Scope
  • Matte Finish
  • 30mm Tube
  • G2DMR Reticle
  • First Focal Plane
  • Rainguard HD
  • Side Focus
  • Ultra-Wide Band Coating
  • Argon Purging Process
  • Stock # - BUSET6245FG
    G2DMR Reticle

    Stock # - BUSET6245FGJ
    Illuminated BRT Reticle
     
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    Bushnell 3.5-21x50 Elite Tactical Rifle Scope
  • Matte Finish
  • 34mm Tube
  • Ultra Wide Band Coating
  • Fully Multi-Coated Optics
  • RainGuard® HD
  • 0.1MIL Locking-Target Turrets
  • Side Focus
  • 4” Sunshade Included
  • Stock # - BUSET35215G
    First Focal Plane G2 DMR Reticle

    Stock # - BUSET35215M
    First Focal Plane Mil Dot Reticle


    Edited by Brady - December/15/2011 at 11:45
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    BTR-Mil Reticle
    - Illuminated Circle/Dot
    - .5Mil Hash Marks
    - 1 Mil Diameter Circle w/ .25 MOA Dot
    - .2 Mil Measuring Lines
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    Bushnell seems to be upping the ante a bit...
    Interested to see how these compare and hold up...
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    I saw the 1-6.5x24FFP prototype last year and thought that it was coming along very nicely.  I have high hopes for that scope.  I think it had a BTR-1 reticle, but I am curious to see how BTR-2 looks in a real scope.

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    3.5-21 should be popular.Shocked
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    Any idea how much total adjustment there is?
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    I know some have been on the "bash Bushnell" bandwagon since i've been posting here but i've been nothing but pleased with my Elite 6500 2.5-16x (big reason i bought it was Ilya's positive review and price point not to mention wide mag range).  It's held zero and been great in all weather applications and i'm shooting dime sized 10 shot groups with my custom .308.
     
    I am VERY interested in the 1-6.5 version with the BTR-2 reticle. I would love to have that kind of mag range on my new 6.8 SPC upper and the reticle looks awesome on paper.
     
    I'll be keeping a close eye on that one in particular.
     
    Ilya, if you get a chance could you take a closer look at the 1-6.5 with BTR-2 reticle at SHOT? I'll make that my one request. Big Grin
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    Originally posted by shooter07 shooter07 wrote:

    I know some have been on the "bash Bushnell" bandwagon since i've been posting here but i've been nothing but pleased with my Elite 6500 2.5-16x (big reason i bought it was Ilya's positive review and price point not to mention wide mag range).  It's held zero and been great in all weather applications and i'm shooting dime sized 10 shot groups with my custom .308.
     
    I am VERY interested in the 1-6.5 version with the BTR-2 reticle. I would love to have that kind of mag range on my new 6.8 SPC upper and the reticle looks awesome on paper.
     
    I'll be keeping a close eye on that one in particular.
     
    Ilya, if you get a chance could you take a closer look at the 1-6.5 with BTR-2 reticle at SHOT? I'll make that my one request. Big Grin

    I fully expect to spend some time at Bushnell booth, so I hope to get my hands on all the new scopes there for a quick glance.

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    Any idea what the dimensions of the BTR2 reticle center dot will be?  If it's 1moa or under, hopefully it is, this will be a winner for sure!  
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    http://swfa.com/Bushnell-45-30x50-Elite-Tactical-30mm-Rifle-Scope-P48269.aspx -> Ultra-Wide Band Coating:
     
    are they new coating for Bushnell and glass with improved light transmission???
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    Can anyone confirm if the new 3-12 FFPs (specifically the G2DMR version) have the same bottom end parallax as the old versions at 10 yards?

    I'm interested in picking up a pair for my air rifles which currently have the standard mildot 3-12 FFP's on them. I don't shoot at 10-15Y often other than during rainy days (down the hallway into the garage) but it's nice to have the ability.

    Also, can someone confirm the closest parallax setting for the 6-24 FFP version?

    Thanks...
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    Thanks for a nice post here. I gonna this post.!
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    The new elite 1-6.5's are now up on Bushnell's webpage with full details that aren't available above.
     
    No links as it's against the rules. Perhaps our SWFA reps can update the page with info below:
     
    Cheers! Big Grin
     
     
  • Small size, low to medium power with high performance delivering maximum results at short or long range.
  • RainGuard HD
  • Fully multi-coated optics
  • Blacked-out finish
  • Ultra-strong, one-piece tube
  • .1 Mil Click Value
  • 3" sunshade
  • Side focus parallax adjustment
  • 30mm tube
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    ModelET1624J 652164B
    FinishMatte Matte
    Power / Obj Lens1-6.5x, 24mm 2.5-16x 42mm
    Tube Diameter30mm
    ReticleIR BTR-2 DOA 600
    Field of View (ft@100 ft. / m@100 m)105.8/35.3@1x / 16.3/5.4@6.5x
    Weight (oz. / g)18.5 / 269 17.3 / 491
    Length (in / mm)10.6 / 269 13.5 / 343
    Eye Relief (in / mm)3.75/95 3.9 / 100
    Exit Pupil (mm)11.4@1x / 3.7@6.5x 16.8 / 2.6
    Click Value in@100 yds / mm@100m.34 / 10 .25 / 7
    Adj Range in@100yds/ m@100m+40 /+11.6 78 / 1.9
    Mounting Length (in / mm)6 / 154
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    I'd like to know if the price listed on swfa is the msrp or the actual street price. When do these start shipping?
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    This is good to see.  It looks like Bushnell is really stepping it up with some great offerings.

    One note on the 1-6.5X specs--it lists only 40 MOA total elevation travel.  That should certainly be enough for most users who will use the reticle as intended, but it kind of ropes you into that. 
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    It should have much more than 40, I wonder if it is a misprint.
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