Bushnell Haste Laser Sight
Bushnell Chase Laser Sight
Bushnell Rush Laser Sight
The Bushnell AR Optics lineup has expanded with three new models: the Haste, Chase and Rush.
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The Haste—in addition to being waterproof, ergonomic, ready for MSRs and legal for AR pistols—is touted in the presser as being “the epitome of forward-grip lasers.” Available in red or green laser variants, it mounts under the bore and offers a bright, continuous, long-lasting beam with the push of a button.
Next up, the Bushnell Chase is actually two sights in one. You can push a button to activate the red or green laser beam, and flip-up the post for a physical sight. This model mounts under the bore to allow for an accurate transition between multiple targets. The back-up sight is built for longer shots, and the integration frees up space on the accessory rail.
Lastly, the Rush is a hi-rise optics mount with a built-in laser sight designed for close quarters. The integrated, offset laser saves space on the rifle. Available in red or green, it projects a powerful beam with one push of a button. The Rush replaces standard optics mounts and is compatible with any optic capable of being mounted on a Picatinny rail.
“More and more MSR users are finding the benefits of laser sighting systems impossible to ignore,” said Bushnell AR Optics line manager Bryan Parrish. “Our engineers worked tirelessly to advance these systems, with innovative designs purpose-built for the rifle platform. With high-output lasers and easy one-button, constant-on operation, the Haste, Chase and Rush outperform the competition and offer users a better way to make the shot.”
The MSRP for these new laser sight systems isn’t listed in either the press release or on Bushnell’s site.
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For more information about the Bushnell AR Optics line, visit bushnell.com/aroptics.
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