Next-gen rifles require next-gen scopes, and the all-new Pinnacle 1-6×24 TMD from Sightmark doesn’t disappoint.
Engineered with Sightmark’s Triple Duty concept, the 1-6×24 TMD features a Tactical Mil-Dash first-focal plane reticle for rangefinding and quick target acquisition in competition, tactical or hunting scenarios.
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Precision-machined with high definition optics and premium Japanese glass, the Pinnacle 1-6×24 TMD offers crystal clear resolution from edge to edge, free from distortions at any magnification.
The red/green illuminated reticle remains in the same visual proportion to the target across the riflescope’s entire magnification range, allowing shooters to range find and shoot with holdovers at any magnification effectively.
Sightmark’s first-focal-plane Pinnacle 1-6x24mm TMD Riflescope features a rugged, hard-anodized 30mm aircraft-grade 6061-T6 aluminum tube and razor-sharp, fully multi-coated glass.
Its true 1x provides both-eyes-open usage for increased situational awareness at close range, while the 6x optical system hones in on far-away targets with ease.
The device includes fully adjustable ballistic-tested BDC dials for both 5.56×45 55gr and 7.62×51 180gr loads. The riflescope boasts constant eye relief and a 6:1 zoom ratio for long-range shots, a wide field of view and five brightness settings for unmatched clarity in bright to lowlight conditions.
Waterproof, fog proof and shock proof, it is fully submergible to 1m of water.
Shooters have the luxury of a capped or exposed turret option as well as scratch-resistant lenses, helping to further protect the optic from impact.
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The Pinnacle 1-6×24 TMD Riflescope has an MSRP of $1,199.99 and is available now.
For more information on the Pinnacle 1-6×24 TMD Riflescope and other products from Sightmark, please visit Sightmark.com.
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