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Bushnell Elite Tactical HDMR II 3.5-21x50 - H59 Riflescope #ET36215H reduced from $1,599.00 to only $899.99

For 1 day only, Today Only Saturday October 5th 2019, we are blowing out this Bushnell Elite Tactical HDMR II 3.5-21x50 - H59 Riflescope #ET36215H reduced from $1,599.00 to only $899.99

The Bushnell HDMR II Pro riflescope combines the exceptional performance of the DMR II with ED Prime Glass, which brings out rich color and the finest details, even (and especially) in low light.

Exclusive EXO Barrier Protection - Bushnell’s newest and best protective lens coating molecularly bonds to the glass, repelling water, oil, dust, debris and preventing scratches.
IPX7 Waterproof construction - O-ring sealed optics stay dry inside, when immersed in three feet of water for up to 30 minutes.
Throwhammer™ Throw Lever - Allows for quick magnification changes with a simple flick of a finger.
FAST FOCUS EYEPIECE The fast-focus eyepiece dial (A) is found on the ocular end of the Bushnell Elite Tactical Riflescope. Use this adjustment to obtain a reticle image that appears sharp to your eyes. If adjustment is needed, look at a distant object for several seconds without using your scope. Then, shift your vision quickly, looking through the scope at a plain background. Turn the fast-focus eyepiece dial clockwise or counterclockwise until the reticle pattern is sharp and clear. The eyepiece has a large adjustment range and should be used in conjunction with the side focus (parallax) adjustment to obtain maximum resolution when viewing targets at long ranges.

SIDE FOCUS The Side Focus adjustment (C) corrects Parallax error. Parallax error is experienced when the intended target and the reticle are not on the same focal plane. The side focus adjustment relocates an optical element within the scope, manipulating the incoming image to appear on the same focal plane as the reticle within the riflescope, thus eliminating parallax error. Parallax error results in inconsistencies A B C 6 regarding point of impact. This can be best experienced by looking at a 100 yard target with the side focus set to 500 yards. While slightly moving your head left and right, or up and down, you will notice movement at the location where the crosshairs intersect. However, if you change your side focus adjustment to 100 yards while looking at the 100 yard target, the intersection of the crosshairs will not move. Please note the distance markings on the dial are intended as reference points only. Exact side focus adjustments may needed after making adjustments to the eyepiece in order to achieve a high resolution, parallax free image

FIRST FOCAL PLANE RETICLE The Bushnell Elite Tactical Riflescopes covered by this manual have their reticles located in the first focal plane. Therefore, the reticle will increase in size when the magnification is increased. This feature allows the continued use of the mil measurement system contained in the reticle, regardless of the power setting. Second focal plane reticles restrict the user to making measurements at a specific power, as the reticle remains the same size and will not account for different magnification levels.

BORE SIGHTING AND ZEROING THE SCOPE Bore sighting is a preliminary procedure to achieve proper alignment of the scope with the rifle bore. It is best done using a Bushnell Bore Sighter. If a bore sighter is not available, it can be done as follows: Remove the bolt and sight through the gun barrel at a 100 yard target. Then sight through the scope and bring the crosshairs to the same point on the target using the turrets or windage adjustments. Return the bolt and prepare to shoot down range at the 100 yard target. Your next step will be to zero the scope using live rounds. Fire your first shot and note the location of impact. You can use the turrets to change the point of impact accordingly. For example, if your first shot went 1 mil high and 1 mil left, adjust your elevation dial down 1 mil and your windage dial 1 mil right. Always adjust in the opposite direction from your point of impact. As you fire your second shot, you should see the point of impact hit closer to your intended target. Multiple rounds may need to be fired before achieving consistent results. You may also use reticle within your scope to help decipher the correct adjustments

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I own one of these but with the original HDMR reticle. It's a fantastic optic. This price point is a steal...
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