Weaver Announces Grand Slam Riflescope with MultiStop Turret

posted on July 26, 2016

Weaver has expanded its popular Grand Slam line of optics with the addition of the Grand Slam Riflescope with MultiStop Turret.

The MultiStop Turret system allows shooters to build their own custom ballistic turret for a fast, precise hold on distant targets. It can be reconfigured for different loads and firearms. The MultiStop Turret is designed to ensure accuracy and eliminate hold-over. Color-coded bands on the turret can be adjusted to match any load.

The custom aluminum lens cap provides a heads-up range/color reference card for fast turret stop selection. Shooters can visit the Weaver website to set up their scope and print off a custom dope sheet.

The new scope will be available in 4-16x44mm and 5-20x50mm models. The scope also offers side-focus parallax adjustment for long-range precision.

For more information, go to WeaverOptics.com.


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