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Aimpoint

Comp M4

Micro

 

ATN

Weapons mounted Thermal by FLIR

PS22 - Night Vision that mounts to the front of any day scope

 

BSA

Sweet .223, .243, .270 and 30-06 (100-400 yard BDC)

 

Bushnell

Elite 4200

6-24x50, 30mm, Tactical Turrets, Side Focus, Mil Dot

Elite 3200

3-10x50 SA

5-15x40, Tactical Turrets, Mil Dot

other

8x42 Elite E2

10x42 Elite E2

3-12x56 Trophy

3-9x50 Sportsman IR

Trophy Auto On Red Dot

Videoscope

Scout 1000

Scout 1000 ARC

Legend 1200

20-60x80 Elite

Trial Scout 5 MP, extended Night Vision, Audio

Travel Tunes 1.0 Camo

 

EOTech

557 Model with side controls, Bullet Drop Reticles

3x and 4x Magnifier

 

Kahles

KX Riflescopes - replacement of American Hunter series, (same glass and coatings as CL)

3-9x42

3.5-10x50

4-12x50

 

Leica Riflescopes (delayed until next year)

 

Leupold

VX-7

1.5-6x24.....$1299.95

2.5-10x45.....$1399.95

3.5-14x50.....$1499.95

3.5-14x56 Long Range (VX-L type objective).....$1699.95

4.5-18x56 Long Range (VX-L type objective).....$1799.95

Mark V

Tactical Prismatic

Switch Power Binocular

 

Nikon

Monarchs with 4x erector

2.5-10x42

2.5-10x50

3-12x42 Side Focus

4-1642 Side Focus

5-20x44 Side Focus

6-24x50 Side Focus

Monarch Slug Hunter (50 - 200 yard drop reticle)

 

Pentax

Gameseeker 4-12x40 Precison Plex with FREE 10x42 Binocular $199.95

DCF ED

HRc

PF65 ED

 

Steiner

Predator C-5

Peregrine XP

Tactical Binocular w/ Reticle

 

Swarovski Z6

1-6x24

1.7-10x42

2-12x50

 

Trijicon

ECOS

Adapter to mount Mini Red Dot to any full size ACOG

TA33 - New compact ACOG with drop reticle and longer eye relief

 

Zeiss

Rapid-Z Reticles (600, 800, 1000 and Varmint)

Digital camera LCD eyepiece for spotting scopes

Lotec coating

Classic riflescopes (redesigned ZMZ), lighter, brighter, wider FOV.  Very similar to VMV but heavier and shorter eye relief

2.5-10x50 LaserScope



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Hello Chris

 

How about the Kahles KX or the new ZF, anything else from the euro brands that you know of? Is Sightron something that SWFA is looking at?



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There is a ton of stuff to be added.  I just started the new forum 10 minutes ago and put something up quick until I have time to make a more in depth post.  I will continue to update the first post with more and more information as it becomes available.

 

Lots of new and neat products to talk about.

 

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Thank you Chris, I look foreward to your full post.
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Tagged!!

 

A buddy told me last night that Eotech is coming out with a 557?? model and Aimpoint has a new M4 optic, Chris.

Any intel on that??

  

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Before this turns into a monster, lets just wait to discuss new products as they appear on the original post.  There is just too many and some have not been authorized for public consumption yet.

 

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Of course we want all the details now, price etc. When will the new Nikons be released ? How much for the 6 X 24-50 Bushnell.

 

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when can we find out what kind of changes nikon is making
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On the original post.  We'll update the original post with information as we have it and or as we are allowed to post it.
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hey chis, just wondering if you could give me some feed back on the super sniper scopes?
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Originally posted by crowshootr crowshootr wrote:

hey chis, just wondering if you could give me some feed back on the super sniper scopes?

 

I'm not Chris, but I did stay at a Holiday Inn Express last night...

 

This help, Brother?

 

http://supersniper.com/

 

Welcome to The OT!!

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Originally posted by cheaptrick cheaptrick wrote:

Originally posted by crowshootr crowshootr wrote:

hey chis, just wondering if you could give me some feed back on the super sniper scopes?

 

I'm not Chris, but I did stay at a Holiday Inn Express last night...

 

This help, Brother?

 

http://supersniper.com/

 

Welcome to The OT!!

 

nice timing cheaptrick!!

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If Leupold drops the price of 1.5-6x24 VX-7by 50%, I will buy one.

Any information on what Bushnell Elite E2 binoculars will be like?

ILya
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Here is something I have learned a little about. Zeiss's LotuTec coating. Still learning though.

 

ZEISS LotuTec coating

Lotus flower effect
A principle from nature: The lotus flower effect.That is the water repelling characteristic of surfaces, to simply let water drops pearl off and to repel dirt. LotuTec acts as protective coating and cleaning and care is made especially easy.
This technology has been used by Carl Zeiss for millions of spectacle lenses for a long time.

The following products with LotuTec are available
  • Binoculars Victory 56 FL (now)
  • Full line of Victory Binoculars (one model at a time, beginning Jan 2007)
  • Riflescopes Victory (one model at a time, beginning Jan 2007)

Left / links: With / mit LotuTec Right / rechts: Without / ohne LotuTec
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The advantages
  • Dirt, grease and water repelling pearl-off effect.
  • Simplified, streak-free and gentle cleaning.
  • Reduced misting tendency.
  • Contrast-rich and brilliant image.
Without LotuTec
A contact angle of max. 95° leads to flat water drops.

Without LotuTec
As with most leaves, moisture and dirt particles
collect on the surface and adhere.
With LotuTec
Contact angles more than 110° lead to ball-like water drops.

With LotuTec
Just like in a lotus flower, the drops simply pearl off. Dirt and finger

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Here is something new as well from Zeiss.

 

The Victory Diarange 3-12x56 T* with integrated laser rangefinder from Carl Zeiss is a new riflescope that delivers excellent optical performance and mechanical sturdiness, AND the precise range to the target at the push of a button. The ease of use makes it possible to react quickly - with the weapon in a firing position within a fraction of a second - whenever the unexpected hunting opprtunity occurs.

When you hunt off the beaten path, you often find yourself making long range shots at unknown distances. Even if you know your ammunition and rifle well, knowing the range to the target is vital for a clean shot and successful hunting.

 

 

ZEISS Victory Diarange 3 - 12 x 56 T*
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ZEISS Victory Diarange 3 - 12 x 56 T*


Victory Diarange
3 - 12 x 56 T*

Magnification

3 - 12 x

Effective objective lens diameter

44 - 56 mm

Exit pupil

14.7 - 4.7 mm

Twilight factor

8.5 - 25.9

Field of View / 100 m
Field of view / 100 yds

12.5 - 3.5 m
37.5 - 10.5 ft

Eyerelief

90 mm

Dioptre adjustment range

- 4 / + 2 dpt.

Elevation adjustment range / 100 m
Elevation adjustment range / 100 yds

140 cm
4.2 ft

Windage adjustment range / 100 m
Windage adjustment range / 100 yds

100 cm
3.0 ft

Adjustment per click / 100 m
Adjustment per click / 100 yds

1 cm
0.36 inch

Parallax free at

100 m

Illuminated reticles available

60 - 66 - 70 - 77

Standard reticles available

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Reticle in image plane

2

Length

360 mm

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They have now also added a 2,5-10x50 Diarange.

 

Regards Technika

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CHRIS, this 07 bushnell 6-24x50  4200 is goin to kick-ass!!!!!  Its about time.  30mm tube also!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  Please try to find out its internal adj. range.   PLEASE  PLEASE  PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

                HOT and SWEATY 30!!!!!!

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When will the new side focus Nikon Monarchs be out? Will they be 1”, or 30mm tubes?

 

Buck,

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They will be 1" and should start shipping in a few months.
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Chris, I heard that the new Monarch would be side focus, but the Monarch X?? would have 30mm tubes like the Nikon Tactical.
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Chris,

 

Any idean when the Bushnell 4200 6-24 x 50 will be available to purchase ? how much ?

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Originally posted by cheaptrick cheaptrick wrote:

Chris, I heard that the new Monarch would be side focus, but the Monarch X?? would have 30mm tubes like the Nikon Tactical.

 

The Tactical line was renamed Monarch X and you are correct they do use a 30mm tube.

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Originally posted by dpopulator dpopulator wrote:

Chris,

 

Any idean when the Bushnell 4200 6-24 x 50 will be available to purchase ? how much ?

 

Some time this spring.

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Originally posted by koshkin koshkin wrote:

If Leupold drops the price of 1.5-6x24 VX-7by 50%, I will buy one.

Any information on what Bushnell Elite E2 binoculars will be like?

ILya

 

Ilya, here is the press release for the e2

 

http://marketing.bushnell.com/press/pdf/New%20e2%20Binocs.pd f

 

 

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