Trijicon Unveils Ventus Rangefinder

posted on January 8, 2020
Perhaps the most interesting new optic for 2020, Trijicon has unveiled a one-of-a-kind rangefinder named the Ventus. The first downrange remote wind sensor in a handheld format, it is a one-button solution to all your ballistic concerns. Our Editor in Chief, Ed Friedman, had the opportunity to talk with Product Manager Aaron Adkins of Trijicon about the powerful new Ventus and how it is a game-changer for anyone who shoots long range (and has some spare cash, because this groundbreaking technology isn't cheap). Watch the video to learn more.


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