If you’re all about rifle season, here’s your chance to shine. Of course, if you don’t have yourself a long-range precision optic, that might be a problem. You should probably get to looking. But no need to look too far, especially if you’re a fan of Primary Arms, who’s just released a new optic.
We present to you the GLx 4-16x50mm FFP Rifle Scope, which has an ACSS Apollo 6.5CR/.224V Reticle long-range precision optic.
And speaking of presenting, maybe this would be a good present to present (ah the English language) to your spouse. You know, because they really love hunting too, or at least that’s what you tell yourself.
Long-Range Precision Optic
Built-in target ranging, range-adjusted wind holds—5 mph to 20 mph— and a first-focal plane BDC; Primary Arms says the ACSS Apollo is one of the fastest long-distance reticles you’ll find on the market.
“The GLx 4-16x50mm FFP Rifle Scope is one of our best-selling long-range scopes, and the inclusion of ACSS Apollo helps bring it to the next level.”
-Terry Mears, Primary Arms’ Director of Product Marketing.
They tell us these features allow users to quickly correct while you’re moving between targets, even those hundreds of yards apart from one another—that flock of turkeys doesn’t stand a chance with your precision shooting skills!
Long-Range Precision, Short Range Accuracy
And if you’re using the long-range precisions scope at a short distance, no need to worry. According to Primary Arms, you’re still left with what they say is Apollo’s infinitely precise center chevron.
But what does that mean, you ask?
Again, according to the company that’s released the optic, it means you should end up with unerring precision and a clear point of impact. Unerring means “always right,” for those of you too busy prepping for hunting season to look it up.
So, always right precisions, again, according to the guys who released the optic.
“As 6.5 Creedmoor and .224 Valkyrie continue to grow in popularity, we expect this scope to become a fast favorite for those looking to improve their agility and precision at extended distances.”
Anyway, Primary Arms lists some additional features, such as an integrated MIL system for MIL/MIL exact firing solutions.
Primary Arms also says the reticle is intended to work at its full degree of effectiveness, even when shooting in adverse conditions. And whether you’re stalking deer in a home-made ghillie suit, professionally armed, or practicing your 2A rights, effectiveness is vital.
Now, let’s get into the finer details of the GLx 4-16x50mm FFP Rifle Scope.
- Weight: 23.5oz
- Lense: 50mm, Objective with low-dispersion glass
- Locking System: Zero-resettable turrets
- Adjustment Rings: Steel-on-steel
For more information and to check out Primary Arms’ new optic, click these highlighted words: FFP Rifle Scope
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