Bushnell Launches New Trophy Xtreme Line of Optics

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posted on May 21, 2016
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Bushnell's optics are getting a facelift. Some of them, anyway. While at the NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits, the company announced that its Trophy line of optics would be undergoing a re-engineering. In addition, it's being joined by the new Trophy Xtreme line.

“We’re thrilled with the results of the new Trophy Xtreme and updated Trophy lines,” said Curtis Smith, Bushnell Product Director. “We’re delivering top-line performance at a great value to the customer. Plus, no matter what happens, we will stand behind these products, no questions asked.”

The re-designed Trophy riflescopes will come in seven configurations and six reticle options. The company's exclusive Rainguard HD waterproofing and fog proof lenses are also being added. The new TrophyXtreme spotting scopes, meanwhile, will be offered in 50mm or 60mm objective lenses, have up to 60x magnification and utilize a porro-prism design.

Both lines are covered in Bushnell's new "No Questions Asked" Lifetime Warranty. No matter what kind of damage your optic sustains, no matter how you did it—you're covered.

For more information, go to Bushnell.com.

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