SIG Sauer Expands Zulu9 Binocular Line

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posted on January 26, 2018
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SIG Sauer has expanded its Zulu9 binocular line to include a 15x56 model, which maximizes light transmission and stands up to the rigors hunters encounter in the field.

The first thing you’ll notice when you pick up the new Zulu9 15x56 binocular is clarity right to the edges of your viewing area. The specialized Abbe-Koenig prism system and HD glass ensure you’re viewing extreme brightness and light transmission—up to 95 percent, according to the company—making it ideal for those critical twilight hours.

The magnesium body and rubber-armor coating, along with waterproof and fog-proof treatments make it a great choice for rough conditions. The Zulu9 is available in 9x45, 11x45, and now 15x56, and comes with a built-in tripod attachment, tethered objective lens covers, a deluxe neck/shoulder strap, lens cloth, and a premium padded ballistic nylon case. MSRP for the 15x56 model is $1,599.99.

For more information, go to sigsauer.com.

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