Bushnell Elite Tactical Spotting Scope

Bushnell spotting scope

Bushnell introduced a new spotting scope in the company’s tactical line up.  The new LMSS (lightweight, modular spotting scope) is an 8-40x 60 that is less than 13″ long and weights 37 ounces.

The aluminum body is rubber coated to help protect it in the field.  The scope is waterproof to IPX7 standards.

Bushnell spotting scope

The scope comes with a detachable Picatinny rail and a choice of a standard reticle or the Horus Vision H32 reticle.  MSRP is $1699.99 or $2199.99 for the Horus Vision reticle version.


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  • Joe Schmoe

    I’m actually in the market for a cheap mil-dot spotting scope (needs to be waterproof). The cheaper the better, any suggestions? Preferablly at least 10x-40x or above, but starts out at 10x.

  • floppyscience

    Yay, it’s tan. That’s tactical as fuck.

    • avconsumer2

      …and a rail!! (obligatory…) Yo dawg… I heard you like scopes… so we put a rail on this scope, so your scope can have a scope..

      • Aurek Besh

        As silly as it sounds, it is quite common for astronomers, telephoto photographers, birdwatchers, spotters, etc. to mount a small, wide-angle optic such as a red dot onto a large and powerful optic to assist with pointing it at a desired target.

  • Aaron E

    Despite its “tactical” name, I see this being a nice selection for open range hunters. You have a good magnification range for distance. The tan color avoids that suspicious black object, in contrast to the earth tones, attracting game animal’s attention – whether while being carried on in operation.

  • DigitalFOV

    Have a look at this small and light weight attachment from a new player called Digital Crosshairs. It attaches to your scope without any tools and adds IR night vision with an LCD display. http://www.digitalcrosshairs.net