First or second focal plane. Illuminated reticles. MOA or MRAD. We've got all the rifle scope you need.
Bought a new upper? Finished piecing together your custom AR-15? Now it's time to send some lead downrange. But to enjoy all the accuracy your CMV or stainless barrel has to offer, you need a quality optic. Want something for medium range with quick target acquisition? Check out the Bushnell AR Optics 1-4x scope. It comes with a bullet drop-compensating reticle specifically designed for 5.56 and .223.
A bullet drop ("BDC") reticle provides automatic holdovers for varying distances. Instead of manually adjusting your reticle to hit your target at a given distance, just use the appropriately marked hashmark within the reticle. The Drop Zone Reticle found in the Bushnell AR Optic, for example, provides points of aim for the .223/5.56 cartridge from 100 yards up to 500 yards, in 100-yard increments.
Love holdovers? Hate adjusting your turrets for every bit of windage and distance? We've partnered with Riton and Sightmark to offer first-focal plane scopes that provide accurate holdovers and BDC reticles at any distance. Unlike a second focal plane (SFP) reticle -- which uses a fixed reticle at all magnifications -- a first focal plane (FFP) reticle's size matches that of the chosen magnification.
This ensures the FFP reticle's hashmarks, measurements, and holdovers remain accurate at any magnification, for any distance. Paired up with a long-range upper, like the 1,000 meter-capable 6.5 Creedmoor, an FFP scoped AR can provide ultimate, fast accuracy for bench shooting and competition.
We chose our optics partners with care. These three American companies provide some of the highest quality magnified and illuminated optics on the market, without charging excessive premiums. All rifle scopes we sell include Limited Lifetime Warranties from our manufacturers, coupled with our U.S customer service and commitment to quality.
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