TRACT Optics has just released a new extreme long-range scope into the sporting optics market with the release of their TORIC 34mm 4.5-30×56 Scope. The scope features a new MRAD ELR Christmas Tree style reticle. This scope is designed for shooters who really want to stretch the limits of their long-range rifle with shots out to a mile and beyond.
TRACT Optics Launches TORIC 34mm 4.5-30×56 Scope with New MRAD ELR Reticle
The new TORIC scope features TRACT’s advanced Ultra High Definition (UHD) and Extra-Low Dispersion (ED) lens. These two features give shooters a sharp, bright image that should put this scope as a strong contender among other scopes of its class.
The scope also features SCHOTT HT High Transmission glass. SCHOTT is headquartered in Germany and claims its HT and HTultra glasses are suitable for digital projection and high-end optical systems. The glass itself is said to improve color contribution which allows for better mesoptic vision (vision in lower light situations).
TRACT Co-Founder John LaCorte had this to say in a quote from the full press release:
Extreme long-range shooting requires an optic that can perform in every aspect, from the glass clarity, to low-light performance, function and repeatability of tracking, solid yet simple zero stop, forgiving eye box (especially at the higher magnifications) and rugged durability in virtually any conditions and the new TORIC 3434mm 4.5-x30x56 MRAD ELR rifle scope does all that and more,
New MRAD ELR Reticle
The new MRAD ELR (Extreme Long Range) reticle that is included with the TORIC 34mm 4.5-30×56 is etched right into the glass. The reticle provides a generous amount of windage and elevation correction. The reticle also features reference points to help you track bullet impact for follow up shots.
The reticle features .2 Mil Windage and elevation holds along the horizontal and vertical crosshairs and also features quick reference marks every .5 Mil. The Marks themselves are placed opposite of each other on each axis so that the view is less cluttered. Finally, the center dot is a .04 MRAD floating dot which should allow the shooter to precisely place their shot without obscuring the target with the reticle.
The TRACT Optics ORIC 34mm 4.5-30×56 Scope with its new MRAD ELR reticle is priced at $1,694.00 and will be available for purchase directly from tractoptics.com this spring. Preorders for the scope are now being accepted by contacting TRACT Optics by phone at 631-662-7354 or by email at [email protected]