First Look: TruGlo Intercept Rifle Scope with Expanded BDC Options

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posted on May 13, 2022
Intercept BDC

TruGlo has reintroduced its Intercept rifle scope for 2022, with new features designed to give shooters a broader range of options and improved performance in the hunting fields.

The Intercept returns in its familiar 3X-9X-40mm optical configuration, but includes a new glass-etched BTX IR duplex reticle. This reticle’s fresh design allows it to be used either illuminated (the scope offers 11 illumination settings, or can be ordered without illumination). The  multi-coating glass delivers brightness in low-light conditions, as well as excellent clarity and contrast.

Another feature expansion of the revised Intercept scope is found in the turrets. Three interchangeable turrets are included: MOA, 350 Legend, and 450 Bushmaster. The MOA turret provides precise bullet drop compensation adjustment for any load, while the 350 Legend and 450 Bushmaster turrets are calibrated for quick-turn adjustment based on yardage and standard cartridge ballistics. This is especially welcome for these heavy-weight bullets and their notable trajectory arc beyond typical hunting distances.

Additional features of the upgraded Intercept scope include a rubber-coated speed-focus eyepiece, robust machined ribbing on all control surfaces to facilitate operation with gloved hands, a scratch-resistant, non-reflective matte finish, and a neoprene scope cover. For more information, please visit truglo.com. MSRP: $169.99

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