RedHead® Pursuit® Spotting Scopes

   

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48X

Product Color:
Black

Size:
14.75"-36oz.

Objective Size (mm):
65mm

Close Focus Distance:
32.8'

48X

Product Color:
Realtree APG

Size:
14.75"-36oz.

Objective Size (mm):
65mm

Close Focus Distance:
32.8'
  • Fully multicoated lenses
  • BaK-4 porro prisms
  • Fast focus and fine focus adjustment
  • Coated in a rugged rubber armor
  • Includes a molded EVA case
  • Includes sure-footed bench tripod
  • 100% waterproof
  • Nitrogen filled
Precision spotting scope offers more technology than any other at such a modest price! So whether you’re watching eagles at the lake or hunting bighorn in the Rockies, the Pursuit Spotting Scope is powerful enough for the job and lightweight enough to carry easily. Featuring fully multicoated lenses and BaK-4 porro prisms, plus fast focus and fine focus adjustment, they’re coated in a rugged rubber armor that keeps you on target even after long back-country treks. Each includes a molded EVA case and a sure-footed bench tripod. 100% waterproof and nitrogen filled.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by much better then I expected Is just what I was looking for to use at my shooting range. Have used it for out to 300 yards for spotting bullet holes. the weather has not effected it. I like the table stand it comes with and is easy to mount scope to, the rubber coating makes the scope great looking. it performs better the a lot of more expensive scopes and there mounts. The carry bag it comes with is so easy to put in my range or over the shoulder, its better the those bulky hard carry cases. November 1, 2013
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Just joined a club with 100 200 and 300 yard ranges. will this help in keeping me from having to walk the 300 yd's after every shot? Not that I don't like to walk, but everyone has to stop shooting wile i'm walking down range.
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could be wider but ok can find deer in timber at 200 yds
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