US Optics Launches New Scope Line

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posted on January 17, 2017
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U.S. Optics Inc. announced a completely redesigned product line to replace the current commercial, off-the-shelf MR, LR and ER series of scopes. The company is calling this new line of scopes the B-Series.

“As a company, we take pride in listening to our customers’ needs and delivering, said Jason Kyle, general manager for U.S. Optics. "Our Legacy optics have proven that we excel in quality and durability, so we took those strengths and developed our optics into an all-encompassing product. We’re very excited to announce the B-Series and know that our customers will be more than happy with the results.”

The new B-Series has been developed based upon the requests of military, law enforcement, and competitive shooters.  The needs of these professionals were at the forefront of the design and engineering process that produced a lighter, shorter, and more streamline rifle optic.

The Bravo Series boasts a variety of new features that were engineered into the design of the new scope without compromising its durability and clarity. Some of these new features include:

  • Shorter overall length to better accommodate night vision
  • 34mm tube across the entire B-Series line
  • Compact turret section for compatibility with commonly used mounts
  • Locking Elevation and Windage Knobs
  • Elevation Revolution counter
  • Zero Stop
  • Integrated Parallax and Illumination Control
  • New MIL and MOA reticle options

 
All of these enhancements come together in a package that is designed to transmit a sharp image with maximum clarity, all packaged in a rugged housing that will provide maximum performance across all environmental conditions. The new B-Series optics will retail at a suggested starting price of $1,699.

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