First Look: Maven RS.2 Ultralight Riflescope

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posted on January 23, 2019
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The new Maven RS.2 Ultralight Riflescope was designed to cover a wide array of hunters, with 2X-10X-38mm magnification. The versatility will be a clear choice with ED glass that delivers true target color and maximizes light transmission through a 38mm objective lens.

The optic features a 2nd focal plane, ensuring the reticle will appear the same size regardless of magnification. The turrets provide 0.25 MOA per click adjustments for fine tuning, and the magnification ring is easily adjusted while looking through the scope.

The RS.2 is made durable, with an anodized coating to resist wear, and the precision-milled adjustments are easy to grab with gloves in the cold. The precision scope weighs 12.4 ounces, making it a good choice for a lightweight rifle.

The RS.2 has an MSRP of $550, and is available with an SHR or Duplex reticle. Japanese glass, single-piece aluminum tube construction and precision machined adjustments make the RS.2 Ultralight Riflescope built for hunters looking for an edge.

For more information, visit mavenbuilt.com.

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