Bushnell Banner Dusk and Dawn Rifle Scope
Get an edge in low-light hunting conditions with your hunting rifle with Bushnell® Banner® Dusk & Dawn® Rifle Scopes. These high performance rifle scopes feature Bushnell's Dusk & Dawn Brightness™ (DDB) multicoated lenses for low light clarity and brightness that will add precious minutes to every hunting day. The Banner series scopes also feature a fast-focus eyepiece, 1/4-MOA fingertip audible/resettable windage and elevation adjustments, and 100% waterproof/fogproof performance. Banner 3.5–10x36 mm is calibrated for the .17 HMR. Includes blank dial for other calibers. Matte finish.
FOV = Field of view at 100 yards
- High performance scopes give you more precious minutes when hunting in low light
- Ultra-bright Dusk & Dawn Brightness multicoated lenses
- 1/4 MOA fingertip adjustable windage and elevation adjustment
- 100% waterproof and fogproof
- Fast focus eyepiece
- Matte finish
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The elevation dial will have yardage marks.
i don't know what scope would be best for me.i will be deer hunting with a Remington sps in .308.
because of the terrain where ill be hunting, a +500m shot would be rare.
i am interested in buying the Bushnell dusk and dawn scope.i bought a pair of redhead binoculars and i am very impressed.im wondering if redhead do something similar.
ideally i don't want to spend over $200 and would prefer a mildot.
thanks a million,
Brian (in Ireland)
Thank You, Bushnell
My advise would be to spend the money now for a quality scope so you don,t end up like myself with a broken scope in the middle of a season for the second time like I have. The cost of the trip and your time is worth the extra money now or like myself, The cost could be unmeasureable
Thank You, Bushnell