Gun Deals: Vortex Strike Eagle 1-8X24mm Rifle Scope w/ Mount $394.99 FREE S&H CODE

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Brownells Vortex Strike Eagle 1-8X24mm Rifle Scope Mount Deal october2020a
Brownells Vortex Strike Eagle 1-8X24mm Rifle Scope Mount Deal october2020a

USA – -(Ammoland.com)- Brownells has a make your won deal on the Vortex Strike Eagle 1-8X24mm Rifle Scope with a matching Cantilever Mount for just $394.99 after coupon code “VSE” at check out. Brownells Edge Members get FREE Shipping on all their orders. This is a great price and when we have featured similar deals like this they sell out fast.  Compare prices here or online over here.

Vortex Strike Eagle 1-8X24mm Rifle Scope AR-BDC3 with Cantilever Mount 100-041-855WBBuy Now Gun Deals

The Strike Eagle riflescopes offer even more features in an updated body, making them ideal for value-minded shooters who need an optic that looks as good as it shoots. A true 1x on the low end adapts to a wide range of scenarios letting shooters rapidly engage targets from point-blank to extended ranges. To maximize that versatility, you get a glass-etched, illuminated AR-BDC3 reticle, which aids in rapid shooting at near and far distances while providing holdover and ranging references from 0-650 yards.

  • Fully Multi-Coated Lenses
  • Water, Fog and Shockproof
  • Thread-In throw Lever
  • Updated Aesthetics

A thread-in throw lever helps you to set your magnification even faster, shot after shot.

Gun Deals: Vortex Strike Eagle 1-8X24mm Rifle Scope w/ Mount $394.99 FREE S&H CODE

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Rock
Rock
5 months ago

I can just imagine the “TWANG” in that cantilever mount. Film it in slow motion and watch the movement of the scope, HAS to be significant. ALWAYS go with straight up mounts IF possible, cantilever (especially that long overhang, non gusseted style) as last choice. Go to Youtube and watch the scope flap with the cantilever mounts. The back halves are fairly solid mounted the front allows massive down then up movement of the front of the scope, HARD on the optics. the longer the cantilever and /or scope the more “flappage”…Something has to give over time and it’s probably… Read more »