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Steiner Introduces New Wildlife XP Binoculars

wildlifexp-10x44cThe new Steiner Wildlife XP Series binoculars will offer ultra-high definition and precision German engineering. These new binoculars feature fluoride glass, precision ground Schott lenses and a new Ultra-HD optical system to offer hunters, birders and other outdoor enthusiasts a wider field of view, true color fidelity and crisp sharpness.

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Zeiss Announces New Conquest DL Line

huntforeverzeissconquestdlHunters require precision performance and durability in the field, that’s why they have counted on the Zeiss DURALYT line for years. Now,  Zeiss sports optics announces a new successor to their already proven DURALYT riflescope line, the new CONQUEST DL. The DL line features three models: 1.2-5×35, 2-8×42 and 3-12×50. All are available with illuminated reticle #60 or non-illuminated reticle #6, offering hunters a perfect riflescope for almost any situation. Continue reading Zeiss Announces New Conquest DL Line

New Victory from Zeiss

SCI Corporate Sponsor Zeiss has unveiled a new and improved version of their Victory line of precision binoculars. Take a look at the manufacturing process and what Zeiss innovation means to you.

Nikon Gives AR Shooters More Choices!

scopesNikonM223illuminatedhuntforever052014Fans of the AR type rifles have some exciting new optics selections from Nikon with the expansion of the M-223 line. These new scopes are made with a 30mm main body tube giving them a wider adjustment range and one version features an illuminated reticle making it even more effective in a low-light environment.

Both of the new M-223 are 1.5 – 6×24 and come with Nikon’s BDC 600 reticle, calibrated specifically for the .223 Remington/5.56mm NATO round with a 55 grain bullet. This gives shooters unique open-circle aiming points at 100 yard increments and additional hash marks at 50 yard intervals that allow compensation for bullet drop at longer ranges.

The illuminated reticle version can be adjusted to various brightness settings using convenient push buttons on the eyepiece and has 32 intensity levels for the orange center dot. The new M-223 scopes are waterproof, fog proof and shockproof and are covered by the Nikon limited lifetime warranty. Suggested retail for these new scopes is around $600 for the standard model and $800 for the illuminated reticle version.