GPO Introduces Fixed-Power Spectra 7.5X50i

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posted on December 6, 2021
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German Precision Optics (GPO) is expanding its product lineup into fixed-power scopes, with the Spectra 7.5X50i. Designed for the all-around scope user, this new riflescope features a slim and sleek configuration that will offer simplicity to shooters who do not need a variable power scope.

This new scope is engineered using a 50mm double HD objective lens system for enhanced resolution, coupled with the GPObright high-transmission lens coatings. A 30mm main tube supports incremental elevation adjustment capabilities, while maintaining optical performance. It is crafted from a solid, one-piece dust-proof, waterproof, nitrogen-filled body for ultimate strength and durability. An illuminated general-use G4i reticle powered with the GPO iControl illumination system will assist the shooter in placing good shots, even in low-light conditions. Custom-designed turrets are made to easily reset zero to the indicator mark on the scope body.

“The advantage a fixed power scope brings shooters is a larger than normal field of view, and when you match that with a 50mm objective and 7.5x magnification, you have the perfect all around scope that is lighter and has fewer mechanical parts” says GPO owner and CEO Mike Jensen.

The 7.5X50i fixed-power scope comes with a cleaning cloth, see-through bikini ocular and objective-lens scope covers, and an extra CR2032 battery. All GPO products purchased in the USA include the GPO, USA’s Spectacular Lifetime Warranty. For more information, please visit gpo-usa.comMSRP: $599.99

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