New Kruger T4i Riflescopes Offer One-Touch Illumination Controls, Key Tactical Features

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posted on January 12, 2012
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Kruger's engineering team created the new scopes to make superior tactical features affordable to the average shooter, said Walter Seace, Kruger's sales and marketing manager.

The new scopes feature illuminated glass-etched reticles, locking windage and elevation knobs, and first-in-class, two-button illumination controls on three models. Scopes are housed in rugged, one-piece 30mm body tubes.

"Our TacDriver T4i line represents a new level of performance that even the average shooter can afford, with retail prices well under $600," Seace said. "To get these kinds of features in another manufacturer's scope line, you would generally have to pay up to three times as much."

The collection is available in 1.5-5x32 and 1-4x24 models with standard dial illumination controls, and 2.5-10x50, 6-24x50 and 10-40x56 models with new one-touch illumination controls.

Scopes are available with F-plex, CQR and LRR glass etched reticles. New proprietary reticle designs offer intuitive hold points for virtually any shooting situation. The easy-to-operate 4x magnification system provides a solid zoom range for target acquisition at various distances.

Products are waterproof/fogproof/nitrogen processed and include fully multicoated optics. Windage/elevation adjustments feature â…›, 1/4 and ½ MOA click adjustments.

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