Magni-Lever Power Change Ring Helps Record Faster Times

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posted on March 9, 2012
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With the explosive growth in tactical and competitive shooting, Millett has recognized the need for products that help shooters improve their speed and accuracy. A trusted brand in the shooting industry for decades, Millett has introduced a new Magni-LeverTM power change ring to help marksmen dial the appropriate scope magnification.

The new Millett Magni-LeverTM power change ring makes it easier and quicker for competitive shooters to change magnification levels and more rapidly acquire targets. The Magni-Lever easily attaches to the power change ring on a variety of scopes to help shooters make quick, precise adjustments when every second counts.

CNC machined from solid aircraft aluminum billet with a type II hard coat anodized finish, the Magni-Lever matches the level of precision engineering consumers have come to expect from Millet. The machined unit attaches with four Torx head screws and is designed for a precision fit.

The Magni-Lever is proudly made in the USA and available for an MSRP of $59.95. With ten sizes available, the product fits some of the more popular riflescopes on the market, including scopes from Bushnell, Burris, Leupold, Meopta, Millett, Nightforce and Vortex.

To learn more about the new Millet Magni-Lever, visit the product page online. For more information about Millett sights and its comprehensive line of scope mounting systems, visit www.millettsights.com or call 1-800-423-3537.

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