Steiner Optics is proud to introduce their new Predator series of riflescopes purpose-built with military durability and lightweight design in mind. The Predator series of riflescopes will all feature Steiner’s Predator Diamond Coated lenses, as well as illuminated reticles. The Predator series will include three new riflescopes of varying magnifications but all will feature Steiners E3 reticle.
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New Predator Series of Riflescopes Available from Steiner Optics
The new series of riflescopes claims to have over 90% light transmission as well as Steiner’s unbeatable Heritage warranty which covers your rifle scope or binoculars for the entire life of the product, doesn’t require a warranty card or receipt and is fully transferrable from the owner to another owner.
The new riflescopes include the Predator 6-24×50 which is the Predator Series longest reaching model and features Steiners E3 Illuminated second focal plane reticle. The 50mm objective lens provides you with a large field of view and the E3 reticle is design to give you a clear and unobstructed view of the upper part of your reticle which allows you to see your bullet trace more precisely for better follow-up shots. The other models include the 4-16×15 which is the best of both worlds when it comes to magnification and field of view but this one is more suited toward medium-range engagements and doesn’t quite reach out as far as the 6-24×50 model. Finally we have the 2.5-10×42 model and this one is said to be designed specifically for the Midwest and Eastern United States regions which have dense forests.
The Predator 4 6-24×50 riflescope has an MSRP of $1,149.99, the 4-16×50 goes for $1,099.99, and the 2.5-10×42 will retail for an MSRP of $1,039.99. Each of the scopes will be sold through both online retailers as well as Steiner’s list of authorized dealers.
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