Steiner Introduces Their New MOA T5Xi Tactical Scopes

Steiner MOA T5Xi Tactical Scopes
Steiner Introduces Their New MOA T5Xi Tactical Scopes

GREELEY, Colo. -(Ammoland.com)- From combat to competition, the Steiner T5Xi Series of riflescopes bring unmatched clarity, accuracy and confidence to any situation.

The popular Special Competition Reticle (SCR) reticle is now available in MOA adjustments on the 3-15×50 and the 5-25×56 models.

Both the 5-25×56 and 3-15×50 configurations feature a rugged, 34mm tube, etched glass reticle and a first focal plane, as well as low-profile, resettable Never-Lost turrets and a locking diopter ring.

The illuminated SCR reticle has a second rotation indicator that shows each ¼ MOA of elevation through the indication window on the elevation turret.

The T5Xi scopes are nitrogen filled and waterproof to 33 feet, fogproof, and, as with all Steiner optics, they are covered by the industry-leading Steiner Heritage Warranty – Steiner’s promise of the highest standards of quality, dependability and customer satisfaction.

 3-15x50 5-25x56
Item Number:51145126
Length:13.1 in.16.6 in.
Weight:29.8 oz.33 oz.
Reticle:SCR-MOASCR-MOA
Focal Plane:1st1st
MSRP:$2,274.99$2,529.99

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For 70 years, Steiner has made trusted optics for life’s defining moments. The successful pursuit and capture of these moments demands the fast and precise detection, location and identification of a distant objective. Whether the objective is wildlife, a marine bearing, law enforcement suspect or military combatant, Steiner products enhance an individual's most important sense, vision, so that on land or sea –– Nothing Escapes You.

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  • One thought on “Steiner Introduces Their New MOA T5Xi Tactical Scopes

    1. It would be nice to have one of these when I finally add a 338 Lapua to my collection. If they can bring the 3-15x in at a similar point as a Nightforce NXS I would be interested as I like my NXS 3.5-15. I am liking the extra MOA on the Steiner and the reticle seems nice.

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