Primary Arms released a new reticle configuration in its highest-performance long-range riflescope. The Platinum Series 6-30x56mm Rifle Scope now features a refined Mil-Dot reticle.
Primary Arms 6-30x56mm Reticles
Packed with a host of premium features, the Platinum Series 6-30x56mm Rifle Scope offers incredible glass clarity for making long-range shots, according to Primary Arms. Now the line offers users the choice between a simplified, traditional Mil or fully-featured grid with Athena BPR.
“The new Primary Arms Platinum 6-30×56 features the combat proven U.S. Army style Mil-Dot reticle to provide users with a simple but effective option for precision shooting,” said Ian Boehm, Engineering Technician at Primary Arms Optics. “This reticle was configured perfectly to work with 6-30×56 even at the highest magnification without losing any of the reticle. The reticle offers 5 milliradians left, right, up and down of center for holdovers or ranging, combined with 0.2 milliradian dots to enable precision shooting at distant targets.”
Primary Arms’ Platinum Series uses Japanese glass. The scopes achieve impeccable optical clarity with minimal dispersion or aberration, according to Primary Arms. The 6-30x56mm model comes equipped with precision .1 Mil turrets and a heavy-duty, high-strength 34mm tube. The scopes also come waterproofed and fog resistant. The first focal plane design makes reanging easier, as every reticle remains accurate in any magnification power.
Shooters that prefer simplicity over grid-designs should find the Mil-Dot version to their liking. It features elegantly-sized stadia and a precise center-dot to ensure a full view of target and a defined point of aim, according to Primary Arms.
For more information, visit primaryarms.com.
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