First Look: Primary Arms GLx FFP Scope with ACSS Griffin MRAD Reticle

posted on January 7, 2021
Primary Arms Optics has announced the release of a new reticle configuration for the GLx 2.5X-10X-44mm FFP Rifle Scope. The ACSS Griffin MRAD reticle brings the advanced ranging tools and innovative horseshoe design of traditional ACSS reticles to a MRAD-grid system. 

The GLx scope boasts fully multi-coated, low-dispersion glass, which provides better light transmission for a clearer sight picture downrange. The lightweight body and 2.5X minimum magnification, meanwhile, improve handling speeds in close quarters. In addition, the large eyebox and daylight-bright illumination assist in rapid target acquisition, allowing the user to take full advantage of their ACSS reticle system. As with other GLx scopes, GLx 2.5X-10X-44mm FFP Rifle Scopes come with enhanced locking turrets with return to zero, AutoLive motion-sensing reticle illumination, and a hardened steel-on-steel adjustment system.

For more information on this new GLx, please visit primaryarms.comMSRP: $649.99


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