SHOT Show 2019: GPO Passion 3X 6X-18X-50mm Riflescope

posted on February 7, 2019

German Precision Optics (GPO) has expanded its Passion 3X riflescope line to include a 6X-18X-50mm model. The Passion 3X offers a range of magnification designed for long-range shooting, andthe large objective lens offers clear target and sight picture in low light conditions.

The new 6X-18X-50mm model is built on a 30mm machined aircraft-aluminum maintube, which is fittedwith an MOAballistic reticle. The second focal-plane scope’s reticle iscalibratedat 18 power, and ¼-MOA turrets are adjustable for elevation and windage. According to GPO, custom Kenton turrets for several popular calibers will be also available. The turrets are markedfor easy-to-see adjustments, and an easy-to-find and move magnification adjustment ring make this scope easy to fine-tune.

The Passion 3X lens has proprietary coatings for high light and color transmission. The lenses are also coated with a hydrophobic exterior to prevent fog or water from collecting on the surface. The scope also features double HD glass objective lens. The coatings and lenses provide advanced clarity, brightness, and true color, even in low light conditions. The Passion 3X line, includes the GPO USA’s Spectacular Lifetime Warranty.

ThePassion 3X 6X-18X-50mm riflescope has an MSRPof $699.99. For more information, visit


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