Sightmark Introduces New Reticle Riflescopes

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posted on January 3, 2012
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Featuring five different reticles, the Sightmark line of triple duty riflescopes maintain the same standard of quality across each model, while improving upon the current riflescopes on the market.

The Sightmark Circle Dot, Circle Dot Duplex, Duplex, Mil-Dot Dot and Mil-Dot reticles are glass etched designs manufactured on a phase corrected, fully multi-coated lens, ensuring a crisp reticle and a clear picture. Each etched reticle offers refined definition for a high-contrast appearance, with the added ability of red or green illumination depending on the scope model.

"Sightmark introduced four new reticle patterns to go along with and expand on the most popular mil-dot reticles," said Jeff Murray, Sightmark's National Sales Director. "These reticles have multiple applications from long range precision shooting to quick target acquisition."

All of the Sightmark Triple Duty Riflescopes feature locking adjustable turrets, precision accuracy and a wide field of view. Each scope is fully multi-coated with 12 layers of anti- reflective, wide-band coatings to provide maximum light transmission for bright, clear images with color fidelity.

All scopes are nitrogen purged; ensuring fogproof protection and all Sightmark Triple Duty Riflescopes are waterproof and shockproof. Protected by Sightmark's Limited Lifetime Warranty, there is a Sightmark Triple Duty Riflescope to suit every shooter's needs.

Sightmark manufactures award-winning products that include riflescopes, gun sights, laser sights, night vision, rangefinders, flashlights, boresights, and other shooting accessories inspired by advanced military and law enforcement technology. Sightmark takes pride in bringing the highest quality tactical, competition shooting, and hunting accessories to the shooting enthusiast. For more information on Sightmark's products, log on to sightmark.com.

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