TruGlo Launches Omnia Riflescope

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posted on May 9, 2017
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TruGlo announced the introduction of its Omnia Tactical Riflescope line, designed to provide AR-15 shooters with a number of improved features at an affordable price.

The name for the new line, "Omnia," comes from Latin and means "all-encompassing." This signifies the direction of the company's new line, providing optics for the entire effective range of the AR-15 rifle. The new scope line features two models: the Omnia4 and the Omnia6.

The Omnia4 provides shooters with a 1-4x24 scope, while the Omnia6 offers a 1-6x24 variant. Both models use a provided throw lever and use TruGlo's All Purpose Tactical Reticle, which uses a BDC feature designed for 55-grain 5.56 NATO bullets. The reticle features holdover marks ranging from 50 to 600 yards and is designed for use with a 50/200-yard zero.

This reticle design allows shooters to get hits on target quickly and easily by using the features of the scope view itself without having to make adjustments using turrets. The reticle uses thick crosshairs on the bottom and sides of the scope and thin "Ladder" crosshairs to help shooters find their target. The reticle is also compatible with the Strelok Pro ballistic calculator app.

The design of the scope features a 30 mm main tube to provide users with a brighter sight picture and a wider range of turret adjustments. The optics come with the company's Aptus-M1 one-piece mount. The turrets feature 0.5-MOA adjustments and can be locked down to prevent unintentional adjustments. The lenses also feature multi-coating for increased clarity and improved eye relief. The scope body features a hard-coat anodized black finish.


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