Horus Vision Introduces The HDMR 3.5-21X 50mm Riflescope Featuring The Horus Patented Reticle
San Bruno, CA –-(Ammoland.com)- Horus Vision continues to lead long-range shooting innovation with the announcement of the new HDMR riflescope.
This multipurpose scope comes in a versatile 3.5-21x 50mm configuration and the first generation model features the patented Horus H58 reticle.
The HDMR is a joint offering with Bushnell Outdoor Products meant for a wide variety of weapon platforms and multiple types of engagements over a wide range of distances.
At roughly two pounds and a compact 13 inches, the HDMR is one of the lightest and shortest 34mm tube scopes on the market. The larger tube allows 26 mils of elevation (5 mils per revolution), adjustable in 1/10 mil clicks with large, locking turrets that are easily turned and have a crisp feel even through gloves. It features a side parallax adjustment and high quality Bushnell optics. Enhanced with the anti-reflective Ultra Wide Band Coating, the scope delivers 95 percent light transmission for ultimate brightness and true color across the light spectrum.
The HDMR is made from hammer forged T6061 aluminum and is 100 percent waterproof, fog proof and shock proof. Argon purging helps ensure long-lasting performance by decreasing the likelihood of gas dissipation and protecting against chemical reactions within the scope that can cause degradation and seal corrosion.
The long zoom ratio makes for an incredibly versatile scope. New features on the Horus reticle make close encounters even faster; while long-range is still a dial twist away, using the embedded Speed Calculation formula with the time-tested accuracy of the Horus grid.
“We listened to the tactical market and heard the need for a non-complicated, rugged and compact scope at a good price point,” says Larry Chao of Horus Vision. “This is it. This is the do everything scope in the format everyone has been asking for.”
Horus teamed with Bushnell on this effort because of the commitment Bushnell has made to enhance its military and tactical product lines. The joint development is the first of its kind between Horus and Bushnell, and both companies are optimistic about the unique opportunity to collaboratively deliver high-quality products to the military and tactical markets.
The first generation HDMR will include the H58 reticle as part of an exclusive, limited production military promotion. It will be followed by HDMR releases in June featuring the H59 and TReMoR reticles.
For more information about the HDMR H58 military promotion, please contact Horus Vision at (650) 588-8862.
FAQ of the Month: The HDMR 3.5-21x 50mm Riflescope
1. What are the benefits of the HDMR?
The HDMR is a 3.5-21x 50mm riflescope. Enhanced with a long zoom ratio, the scope is embedded with the Horus Reticle to make close encounters even faster, while long range is still a dial twist away. The HDMR is meant for a wide variety of weapon platforms and multiple types of engagements over a wide range of distances.
The versatile scope includes these additional features and benefits:
- Compact scope with a length of 13 inches and weight of approximately two pounds
- 34mm tube allows 29 mils of elevation (5 mils per revolution)
- Adjustable in 1/10 mil clicks
- Large, locking turrets – even easy to operate with gloves
- Side parallax adjustment
- High quality optics enhanced with the anti-reflective Ultra Wide Band coating to deliver 95% light transmission
- Built to last
- Made from hammer forged T6061 aluminum
- Fog proof
- Shock proof
- Purged with Argon gas to reduce likelihood of gas dissipation and seal corrosion
2. What Horus reticle will be in the HDMR?
The limited first generation HDMR will contain the H58 reticle. This limited production unit is available exclusively to the military.
Two additional versions of the HDMR will be available in June, which will include H59 (similar to the H58, but with an extra wind lead line on either side of the grid, and a different crosshair) and TReMoR reticles.
3. What kind of illumination does the HDMR have?
The HDMR scopes are non-illuminated.
4. What does HDMR stand for?
HDMR stands for Horus Designated Marksman Riflescope
5. Why did Horus Vision and Bushnell partner up for the HDMR?
Horus partnered with Bushnell to produce the HDMR because of the bold directions Bushnell is taking in building its tactical presence. Bushnell's size and stability also gives a tremendous boost to distributing Horus' innovative technologies.
6. How much does the HDMR cost?
HDMR H58 Military Promtion: $849.00 for a limited time
The HDMR's featuring the H59 and TReMoR reticles will be available through Horus in June for an MSRP $1599.
7. What kind of warranty does the HDMR H58 Promotion have?
The HDMR H58 Military Promotion Price does not include a warranty or service agreement. When purchasing the HDMR H58 for the promotional price, you must agree to the Legal Warranty Disclaimer and Limitation of Liability.
8. Where is the HDMR manufactured?
The HDMR is manufactured in Japan by Light Optical Works (LOW).
9. Where do I get a manual or H58 usage instructions?
Manuals and H58 usage instructions can be found on the Horus Vision website.
For more information about the HDMR or Horus reticles, contact Horus Vision at (650) 588-8862.
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