Bushnell Tactical | SHOT 2017

At the 2017 SHOT Show, Bushnell premiered their new DMR II and DMR II-i rifle scopes. These riflescopes feature a 34mm tube and come in both illuminated and non-illuminated options. These scopes have 10 mils of adjustment per revolution and have Bushnell’s new ThrowHammer Lever, that makes dialing magnification easier. These scopes have zero stop functionality and are available with a G3, G3-i illuminated reticle or a Horus H59 reticle.

I am a big fan of the Bushnell XRS/DMR/HDMR series of rifle scopes. I purchased a Bushnell HDMR with a Horus H59 reticle several years ago and it serves as my primary long range rifle scope. I am glad that Bushnell is continuing to develop this product line.

The Bushnell DMR series of riflescopes. Note the illuminated reticle dial next to the parallax knob. The 34mm tube offers an awesome field of view.

 

Last year at SHOT, Bushnell released the T-Series 15-45, 60mm spotting scope. It has a mil hash reticle. I have seen these scopes on the internet for around $500. Incredible value.

 

Bushnell Elite Tactical Spotting Scope. These scopes feature a Horus reticle and are currently in use by American Special Forces. I used one of these scopes for spotting during a class at Accuracy 1st. Amazing quality.





Thomas Gomez

Thomas Gomez currently resides in the mountains of central New Mexico. He has an M.B.A, an Ar-15/M16/M4 armorer certification from Specialized Armament Warehouse as well as a Glock armorer certification. Aside from writing for The Firearm Blog he works as a Clinical Analyst for a large Hospital. He spends his free time farming, ranching, hiking, fly-fishing and hunting in the beautiful forests and prairies of New Mexico. He can be reached at LOADTHATBIPOD@gmail.com


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