Tract Optics has extended its Toric line with two new 30mm first focal plane long range riflescopes.
These Tract Toric scopes will initially be available in 4-20×50 with a MOA or MRAD reticle. They feature a 5x zoom, one-piece 30mm main body tube and precision turrets. They also boast four inches of constant eye relief and a Glass Etched Reticle which boosts performance even with heavy magnum calibers.
The line is built with Tract’s fully multi-coated Ultra High Definition optics system, which uses an ED (Extra Low Dispersion) lens to eliminate color fringing and Schott HT (high transmission) glass to provide superior light transmission and sharp images in low light conditions.
More Tract Toric 30mm Details
Meanwhile, a locking turret features 20 MOA/10 MRAD per rotation. The scopes are compatible with Tract’s custom curret system which lets the user have turrets engraved to match specific cartridges or handloads. In addition, each option has a first focal plane illuminated reticle with 11 intensity settings with on/off positions between each level. Both models have also been recoil tested to 1,000g. They also offer side focus parallax adjustment focuses from 25 yards to infinity and includes a 3-inch sunshade.
“We’re very excited for our new FFP 30mm long range scopes to hit the market,” Tract co-founder Jon LaCorte said in the press release. “The emergence of extreme long-range shooting and hunting make this a natural expansion to our line. We combined over 40 years of optics industry experience to load these scopes up on features not available at these price points. Our 30mm Toric options give shooters and hunters premium glass with the best features and high-end capabilities. Whether they’re competing in the Precision Rifle Series (PRS) or practicing for long-range big game hunting, our scopes are the perfect option.”
Both Tract Toric riflescopes, have a matte graphite color and are Type III anodized. They’re also waterproof, fogproof and purged with Argon gas. The price is $1,154. For more, visit tractoptics.com.
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