Firefield 1-6x24 First Focal Plane Riflescope

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posted on March 1, 2012
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The Firefield 1-6x24 riflescope is equipped with a red Illuminated, first focal plane reticle. Precision multi-coated optics is a distinguishing feature of the Firefield 1-6 Riflescope and offers the clearest view in both bright and low light conditions.

Featuring a tactical, etched mil reticle, the Firefield 1-6x24 riflescope is used for target acquisition in rapid changing environments, so it hits the target every time with precision accuracy. This scope features excellent eye relief for comfortable, easy viewing. Equipped with a 30 millimeter tube that allows the scope to gather more light, the Firefield 1-6x24 riflescope is perfect in most light conditions.

"From tactical excursions to downing a boar, the Firefield 1-6x24 scope brings to the market a very quality multi-purpose scope," said Justin Lampert, National Armory. "Our store takes pride in and believes in all the products we sell, and when it comes to a quality product that meets today's economy, the quality keeps getting better in the new 1-6x24. In fact, the 1-6x24 is so popular among my staff that a majority of them have been bought by myself and some of my other employees."

Weather resistant and fog proof, the nitrogen filled Firefield 1-6x24 riflescope features ½ MOA low profile windage and elevation adjustments for a sleek, streamlined look to the scope. The Firefield 1-6x24 riflescope is lightweight and shockproof, for maximum portability and durability, so every adrenaline-filled moment is intensified.

Firefield concentrates on providing the consumer with products for fast-paced situations while being durable yet affordable. Firefield works diligently creating products to serve the next generation of fast-paced gun enthusiasts. For more information on Firefield products, log on to www.fire-field.com.

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