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Brunton Hunting Releases New Eterna Rifle Scopes

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October 11, 2011
Brunton Hunting Releases New Eterna Rifle Scopes - 1

Just in time for hunting season, Brunton Hunting released their new Eterna Rifle Scopes.

The Eterna Rifle Scopes are fully multi-coated providing the best in clarity, contrast, true color and light transmission. They are equipped with a fast focus eyepiece affording the hunter faster and more precise target acquisition. Available in three models: the BDC Reticle; the Duplex Reticle; and the Mil-dot Reticle.

The Eterna BDC Reticle lets you zero the point if impact at one distance by using Bullet Drop Compensating glass-etched reticle. It uses a series of aiming points to allow for trajectory and improve accuracy at longer ranges. Available in 4.5-14x50, 3-9x40 and 6.5-20x50. For greater ease and accuracy, Brunton provides a ballistics calculator online.

The Eterna Duplex Reticle is the traditional reticle choice. The heavy glass-etched crosshairs guide your eye to the aiming point, and the fine crosshairs pinpoint your target. Available in 1.5-5x20.

The Eterna Mil-Dot Reticle is designed for hunters who use ranging to calculate and translate the distance and spacing of the reticle to the actual distance to the target. The Mil-Dot is built with fully coated optics and a glass-etched reticle. Available in 6-24x40.

All three scopes have fully multi-coated lenses, are waterproof, shock proof and nitrogen filled and fogproof. MSRP on the Eterna Duplex Reticle is $425, the Mil-Dot $870, and BDC Reticile at three prices: 4.5-14x50 at $965, 3-9x40 at $620, and $945 for the 6.5-20x50.

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from JM1993 wrote 2 years 26 weeks ago

Looks like a really nice rifle scope. If I owned a scoped rifle I might invest in one of these scopes. Problem is I am a die hard iron sights hunter.

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from JM1993 wrote 2 years 26 weeks ago

Looks like a really nice rifle scope. If I owned a scoped rifle I might invest in one of these scopes. Problem is I am a die hard iron sights hunter.

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