Steiner Launches 2017 Holiday Promotions

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posted on October 22, 2017
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Just in time for the holidays, Steiner Optics is offering two separate promotions that run until the end of 2017, offering several free products with the purchase of a Steiner riflescope.

The first promotion offered by Steiner is valid with the purchase of any of the company's optics through the end of the year. Those who buy one Steiner riflescope will receive a free set of T-Series scope rings that are valued at $230 retail.

Steiner T-Series scope rings are built in two models, one to accommodate 30 mm main-body tubes and the other that works with larger 34 mm tubes. The unique advantage of the T-Series rings is the inclusion of a bubble level in the rear scope ring that ensures owners can build a level shooting platform, providing them with an enhanced chance at making consistent shots. Rings are available in low, medium, high and extra-high heights to fit any rifle setup on the market.

The other promotion offered by Steiner is only available for the company's M5Xi riflescope series. Two models in this optics line are eligible for the promotion: the M5Xi 3-15X and the 5-25X options. With the purchase of either of these riflescopes, buyers will receiver a free Spuhr optics mount valued at $410.

The Steiner M5Xi riflescopes are built to military specifications, packing quality materials into a system backed by the company's reputation for high-end design. These optics are built for use by professionals, whether in the competition world or in the field as a police or military sniper. The scopes are available with a range of etched-glass reticles, along with the company's specially formulated anti-reflective coatings and fine-tuned windage and elevation adjustments.

To qualify for the Steiner Optics holiday promotions, buyers must purchase their Steiner products through authorized dealers before the end of 2017. These two offers cannot be combined. Visit the company's website for more information.

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