Wi-Fi, GPS, geotagging and a ballistic calculator — the new ATN X-Sight II has almost every next-gen feature imaginable.
Powered by Obsidian II Core, the X-Sight II utilizes HD optics and the first ever HD micro-display turns this day/night rifle scope into a true powerhouse.
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The ATN Obsidian Core is a highly specialized computer that is designed to run a suite of sensors and crunch huge files in a blink of an eye.
Range in with your Smart Range Finder, enter your wind readings and let the Obsidian Core do the rest. Turn through the wind, change your incline angle, adjust distance and instantaneously your point of impact will shift to have the perfect shot every time — it’s that simple.
One of the new features of the X-Sight II is the recoil-activated video (RAV). Once the trigger is pulled, the RAV feature records 10 seconds before the shot is taken and 20 seconds after.
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The 3-14x X-Sight II retails for $599 and the 5-20x retails for $699.
For more information on the X-Sight II and other products from ATN, please visit ATNcorp.com.
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