Bushnell Rifle Scopes
Bushnell has delivered a product with a commitment to quality, precision, innovation and durability for over 50 years. A Bushnell scope comes in various reticles and options.
Bushnell rifle scopes sport the following features
- Magnum recoil-proof construction
- 100% shockproof/waterproof/fogproof construction
- Fully multi-coated optics
- One-piece hammer-forged tube
- Elite® Bullet-Proof Warranty
- Dry-nitrogen filled
If you are going to deer hunt, then you need to trust your equipment. Your riflescope's reliabilty and precision are key components in your equipment decisions.
A scope mounted on a rifle allows the hunter to be more accurate, conserve ammunition and to put down their game more humanely.
There are two classifications for scopes: magnification and diameter of the lens. A scope with a magnification of 5 means that it magnifies the field of view by 5 times. A scope that is defined as 5 x 20 would also mean that it has a diameter of 20mm. Some scopes have variable magnification. Scopes with magnification between 2 and 6 would be defined as 2-6x65.
Scopes usually have a type of crosshair, or reticle, built into the scope. This will allow for accurate acquisition of the target. Some recticles allow the shooter to compensate for wind and bullet drop, as well as figuring range.
Crosshairs are either etched directly onto the lens or are wires mounted inside the scope tube. Reticles can be illuminated to allow them to be seen in little or no light. Modern scopes use fiber optics for this illumination.
New options for scopes include such things as integrated lasers, rangefinders, red dots and nightvision.
Most telescoping sights have a control for making adjustments to optical focus, horizontal adjustment of the reticle in order to correct for wind and vertical adjustment of the reticle to correct for bullet drop. There can also be a magnification control for multiple magnification scopes.
No matter your hunting rifle scopes need, you can fulfill them with Bushnell Rifle Scopes.