Bushnell Elite 6500 Series Expanded With Two New Tactical Scopes

Bushnell Elite 6500 Series Expanded With Two New Tactical Scopes

Bushnell Elite 6500 Series Scopes
Bushnell Elite 6500 Series Scopes
Bushnell Outdoor Products
Bushnell Outdoor Products

Overland Park, Kansas – -(AmmoLand.com)- This year Bushnell adds two new tactical riflescopes to the Elite 6500 line with features that meet the needs of tactical and military marksmen. With their 6.5x magnification range (1:6.5 ratio from low to high power), the Elite 6500 riflescopes offer one of the widest zoom ranges in the industry. The new tactical scopes include a 2.5-16x42mm and a 4.5-30x50mm.

The Elite 6500 tactical scopes feature a new tactical matte finish that further reduces glare and reflection. Also new are tactical-style turrets that have been added for easy finger-tip adjustable windage and elevation controls. These scopes are available with Mil-Dot reticles. The 30mm tube construction delivers plenty of light and provides more adjustment for windage and elevation. Each scope features side parallax and focus adjustment. The 2.5x models can be adjusted from 10 yards to infinity and the 4.5 x models adjusts from 25 yards to infinity.

Like all Elite riflescopes they offer fully multi-coated optics with RainGuard®, ensuring a consistently sharp, clear view even in the worst conditions.

Elite series riflescopes are covered by a Limited Lifetime Warranty. Suggested retail prices are: 2.5-16x42mm – $749 and the 4.5-30x50mm – $949. They will be available at Bushnell dealers nationwide in March 2008.

For more information on Bushnell Products visit www.bushnell.com or call 800-423-3537 for consumer inquiries.

Bushnell Outdoor Products is a global manufacturer and marketer of branded consumer products based in Overland Park, Kansas. Bushnell Outdoor Products sells its products worldwide under the Bushnell, Tasco, Serengeti, Bollé, Uncle Mike’s Law Enforcement, Stoney Point, Hoppe’s, Butler Creek, Kolpin, Millett, Uncle Mike’s, Final Approach and Simmons brand names.

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Bill Bowman

Hey, this is Bill, Im a novice hunter from Vermont. How bout that? A novice hunter from vermont! Anyway, I am looking for a new riflescope for my Browning Stalker rifle.

I've heard lots of great stuff about Bushnells but also about Leupolds. I may sound dumb to someone whose been hunting a long time, but what's the difference between the two?

Thanks, also, anyone know somewhere I can get a good deal on these. I found a real cheap one on craigslist, but i'm afraid to get ripped on there.!