New: Citadel 1-10×24 CR1 Riflescope, Make Your Mark

Citadel 1-10x24 CR1 Riflescope at the Range
Citadel 1-10×24 CR1 Riflescope at the Range

MANSFIELD, TEXAS – -(AmmoLand.com)- Sightmark expands the premium line of Citadel Riflescopes with the addition of the Citadel 1-10×24 CR1 Riflescope. Designed for competition shooters, close- to mid-range hunting and law enforcement, the Citadel is packed with features to bring shooters to the next level traditionally sought by top-tier shooters.

Citadel 1-10×24 CR1 Riflescope

The Citadel 1-10×24 CR1 Riflescope (SM13138CR1) comes complete with all the same features that the Citadel family offers like a fine-etched, red-illuminated reticle with 11 brightness settings. In addition, they feature premium, fully multi-coated glass for crisp clarity and a 30mm, 6061-T6 aircraft-grade aluminum tube, and are IP67 waterproof, dustproof, fogproof and shockproof.

The Citadel 1-10×24 features a second focal plane CR1 reticle calibrated for 55-grain .223 ammunition, capped low-profile turrets and ½-MOA per click windage and elevation adjustability with a total adjustment range on each axis of 100 MOA.

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Citadel 1-10x24 CR1 Riflescope
Citadel 1-10×24 CR1 Riflescope

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Sightmark manufactures award-winning products including riflescopes, gun sights, laser sights, night vision, flashlights, bore sights and other cutting edge, premium shooting accessories. Inspired by military and law enforcement technology, Sightmark products are designed for competition, shooting, home defense, personal safety and other tactical applications, as well as hunting. For more information about Sightmark products, visit www.sightmark.com. For media requests related to Sightmark, please email [email protected]

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jdl
jdl
2 years ago

Looks like it was just copied from the Sightmark website. Typical of todays “journalists” to just copy what someone else wrote from somewhere on the internet instead of investigating, getting all of the pertinent information, verifying its accuracy and validity, and then writing an original, unbiased article. Guess it’s just too damn much work for them.

Andy
Andy
2 years ago

Ammoland is getting pretty good at leaving pertinent information out of some of their articles.

Phil in TX
Phil in TX
2 years ago

Country of origin? Price? two very important things are missing from this article. Even if the price is MSRP, it needs to be included. As Rock said, Yes, I do care where it was made and no price = no interest..

Phil in TX

Tig
Tig
2 years ago
Reply to  Phil in TX

Chinese components, assembled in the USA.

Joe Luna
Joe Luna
2 years ago

How much will it cost me to have (4) of these free scopes sent to San Antonio Tx?

Glenn
Glenn
2 years ago

If you follow the link provided in the article it takes you to an OpticsPlanet webpage listing a 1-6X scope. So, is it 1-10X or 1-6X?

Rock
Rock
2 years ago

Two VERY important details for todays market that have been left out of the article…
#1, Country of manufacture (yes, possible buyers DO care)
#2 PRICE (NO article should be posted without this being included) NO PRICE= NO INTEREST !

mbogo
mbogo
2 years ago

Is this made in Communist China? South Korea? Philippines? Vietnam?