Mated to a 6.5 Creedmoor, the clear Bushnell may be the perfect optic to do double-duty for competition and deployment.
The fast eye focus ensures a clear, crisp reticle. Adjusting the power won’t disturb any covers you use, which will keep things smooth in stressful situations.
Even with the sunshade attached, the XRS fit nicely on the rifle, and there was still room for night vision. The scope stayed balanced on the run and in the bag.
The Bushnell scope fitted easily on the standard 20-MOA rail mated to the Stiller action.
The large knobs with easy-to-read numbers allow for accurate adjustment. Resetting the knobs requires no tools and can be done with gloved hands.
Bushnell is making tremendous headway in the tactical optics market with its Elite Tactical line of riflescopes. I was first introduced to Bushnell’s Elite Tactical HDMR riflescope at a SureFire-sponsored training in 2011. The scope was impressive. Ever since then, an HDMR has graced my deployment and competition sniper rifles…
Bushnell is making tremendous headway in the tactical optics market with its Elite Tactical…
by Jorge Amselle / Jun 27, 2013