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Bushnell Trophy XLT Blackpowder Scope

   

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3X - 9X

Product Color:
Matte Black

Size:
13"-14.3oz.

Objective Size (mm):
40mm

Eye Relief:
5"

Reticle:
DOA 250

FOV:
33' - 11'

Tube Size:
1 Inch
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Reliable performance made the Trophy® the best-selling riflescope in the world, and now now Bushnell® has adapted it to meet the special needs of muzzleloaders. Expect a brighter, sharper, clearer view than you ever thought possible when dusk is gathering around you, and that monster buck is moving your way. The Trophy XLT boasts a full 91% light transmission…easily the best in its class for low-light performance. Fully multi-coated optics ensure sharp contrast and color integrity; and while this scope is dry nitrogen-filled for 100% waterproof, fogproof, shockproof performance, you get an extra measure of protection with the Butler Creek® flip-open scope covers—standard equipment! 1-piece tube construction with integrated saddle; fast-focus eyepiece; 1/4 MOA fingertip windage and elevation adjustments. The awesome DOA 250 reticle offers extra-quick target acquisition and is pre-calibrated to give you precision aiming points for selected yardages while using a standard magnum load.
Manufacturer model #: 733960BP.

  • Boasts a full 91% light transmission
  • Best in its class for low-light performance
  • Fully multi-coated optics
  • Dry nitrogen-filled for 100% waterproof, fogproof, shockproof performance
  • Butler Creek flip-open scope covers
  • 1-piece tube construction with integrated saddle
  • Fast-focus eyepiece
  • 1/4 MOA fingertip windage and elevation adjustments
  • DOA 250 reticle offers extra-quick target acquisition
  • DOA 250 reticle is pre-calibrated to give you precision aiming points for selected yardages while using a standard magnum load

Bushnell DOA (Dead on Accurate) Reticles let you extend your effective range AND judge a buck’s rack size in seconds. Extended yardage aiming points enable you to shoot with greater precision than ever before. The DOA 250 is accurate to 250 yards for muzzleloaders.

Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 8 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Hammer-time The true essance of a rifle scope is how it performs at long distances in low-light at the critcal moment of the hunt. Mounted this scope on my .50cal Knight Revolution. Killed Whitetail deer at 100+ yds. at last light on the last day of season-Hammer-Time! January 2, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Junk Scope Maybe i got a lemon but had problems with this from the start. Never would shoot groups and the adjustment was all out of wack. I wasnt aware that 4 clicks moved your bullet 8 inches. My cheap tradtions scope worked great on my TC Bone Collector but it was a cheap scope and broke after 2 yrs. Im sending the scope back but i dont think i can get my money back just fixed or replaced. Im buying a luepold or a nikon. So i will have a backup scope if anything ever happens to one of them. November 16, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great choice for T/C Encore After comparing many scopes Im glad I purchased this one. I had it mounted & boresighted (50 Cal.T/C Encore, 250 gr T/C shockwave) and after 8 shots at 100 yd's w/ minor adjustment in elevation, The last 5 of them grouped 2" or less. My only regret was not having enough daylight to use the other lower crosshairs on the scope to shoot out to 250 yd's to see how accurate this scope really is. The only disadvantage I think are the lens covers.They are a very nice product but they do tend break easily when bumped while they are open. Overall, I would recommend this scope to any one shooting a newer muzzleloader who wants to hit the 100 yd mark every time. January 16, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by HD clarity Just purchased this scope a couple of days ago. Mounted it on a CVA Accura MR 50 cal. Took the set up to the range. Started at 50 yrds with target on a 4x4 piece of card board so I could see where it was hitting even if I didn't the target on the first shot. First shot hit 8 in. low, 4 in. to the right. Made adjustment, hit 2 1/2in. low, in the middle. Swabbed the barrel with bore butter followed with dry patch. 3rd shot hit same spot alittle to the left. Made another adj. Hit 2in. high in the middle. Shot three more, 1in group at 50 yrds. Swabbed between the 2nd and 3rd shot. Probably didn't need to but it made it easier to load. Using 2 pellets of White hots. Used both Power belt 245 gr. and Hornady 250 gr. SST. Got better accuracy from Hornady. Could really pick up the the target with absolute clarity. Real easy to pick up target fast with about 4 1/2 in eye relief. Overall after 1st shot I went up 16 clicks, 12 left. Had rifle resting on sand bags. I had a good experience with it and would recommend it. Also used Win. 209 shotshell primers, really don't need to use the specialty primers in my opinion. December 31, 2012
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Hello, you need a 1 inch ring size for the scope. I would suggest a medium height.

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You should be able to use the medium rings/mount with the 40mm objective diameter. For a 50 mm you would need to go to a high.
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I have an H&R Ultra Slug Hunter Single Shot Shotgun. It has the rail and is ready to mount a scope. I dont really like the recticles of the "shotgun" scopes, and was wondering if something like this would work. Any other suggestions are appreciated.
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Hello, for a shotgun you may not have much use for the DOA 250 reticle, otherwise the scope would work great for your H&R.

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In my opinion it would work, although you would have to make sure you have plenty of clearance between the hammer spur and the scope. Take the rifle(unloaded, and preferably broke down) to Bass Pro or your dealer to check.
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If you're shooting a shotgun, the eye relief is very important. The more eye relief....the better.
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What are the best powder bullet combos for this scope?
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I found that the Hornady 250 gr. SST with either 100 grns. or 150 grns. of IMR White Hots. Start with 100 grns. Note: some black powder rifles are not set up for magnum loads(150grns). Make sure you check with the manufacturer. 100 grns would be sufficiant for out to 125yrds.
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I recommend Blackhorn 209. I've tried 777 both loose and pellets and Blackhorn 209 is BY far the best! Zero clean up, no powder burn ring and very consistent shot to shot. I have fired over 15 shots with out cleaning, try that with the others. I also use a Barnes TEZ 250 grain sabot bullet combination. 3 shot groups less than 1 inch using a CVA Accura V2.
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