First Look: Riton USA Mod 7 Riflescopes

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posted on July 6, 2017
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Riton USA, a veteran-owned company established in 2013, announced the addition of three new riflescope models, all part of the RT-S Mod 7 lineup.

The new riflescopes are available in power ranges of 1-5X, 4-20X and 5-25X and are designed for hunters and shooters to dial in precisely, using push/pull locking turrets and an integrated illumination/parallax control unit. 

“Whether our customers are using the Mod 7 on an AR for tactical competitions or on a long range rifle for precise, accurate repeatable shots, we are sure this new line is a perfect fit,” Riton USA CEO Brady Speth said. “Plus, these riflescopes are 100 percent fogproof, shockproof and waterproof and come with Riton's lifetime warranty.”

The company's 1-5x24IR riflescope is built on a tube featuring a diameter of 30 mm and features an illuminated Mod 1 reticle from the company that is placed in the second focal plane. The optic features a fixed parallax and weighs in at 20 ounces. Overall length of the optic is 10.5 inches. The suggested retail price on the scope is $999.

Riton USA also introduced its 4-20x50 mm optic, which is also constructed on a 30 mm tube and features the company's Mod 1 Hunting reticle located in the second focal plane. There is a parallax adjustment knob located on the side of the main tube, and the scope weighs in at an overall weight of 31 ounces. The overall length of the optic is 14.5 inches. The suggested retail price on the scope is $1,219.

Finally, the company offers its 5-25x56IR riflescope model, which is constructed on a heavy-duty 34 mm main tube and features the company's illuminated Mil Dot reticle located in the first focal plane. The scope also includes a side-adjustment knob for parallax, and the optic features a total weight of 36 ounces. The overall length of the scope is 15.5 inches. The suggested retail price on the 5-25 model is $1,429.

All of the optics in the Mod 7 lineup are built using 6061 aircraft-grade aluminum and feature fully multi-coated, waterproof lenses.

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