We’re rounding off our latest market opportunities with a final selection of riflescopes new onto the market.

Nikko Sterling Boar Eater

Nikko Sterling have recently released the Boat Eater range of riflescopes, offering a huge field of view with high-grade mechanics and performance ideal for driven hunts.

Available in 1-4×24 magnification, the new optics span 48m at 100m (144ft at 100yds). The Boar Eater range features hunting turrets with four- dot extreme-glass illuminated reticle and 1/4” MOA click.

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ATN Mars LT Riflescope

This thermal scope from ATN boasts rugged construction and excellent recoil resistance while remaining lightweight. It has a ‘one shot Zero’ calibration feature that means you should be ready to shoot faster, and lasts over 10 hours on one battery charge – that’s a long night of shooting! Add in the ability to flip between black hot and white hot modes and you’ll see why this riflescope is a popular choice.

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Nitro RN 5204GS1 20×44

With multiple configurations available including first and second focal models, multiple reticule options and side parallax that can be easily adjusted without taking your eye off the target, there is something for every preference in the Nitro range.

We are seriously impressed with the EXO barrier protection coatings, along with its IPX7 waterproof construction – these scopes are built for the UK market. 

Edgar Brothers
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Leica Magnus 1.5-10X42I

This riflescope is a universal all-rounder for stalking, hunting, at long or close range, and offers maximum versatility and superior accuracy in any situation.

First introduced in 2016, the latest models offer enhanced battery life. The crisp red dot and finely tuned brightness settings guarantee protection against flaring and halo effects around its edges.

With outstanding zoom and brilliant low-light performance, this rugged and enduring riflescope will not fail to impress.

07801 575 887

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