Particularly since the introduction of straight-wall-only states, rifles chambered in 350 Legend and .450 Bushmaster have become increasingly popular for hunting. In response to this trend, Styrka now offers two affordable scopes to its S3 line, designed specifically for these calibers.
From Aug. 1, 2017 through Sept. 30, 2017, consumers can cash in on a $100 rebate with the purchase of any Styrka S7 series riflescope S7 Series spotting scope or S9 series binocular from an authorized dealer.
Be their tails white or black, be they donkey-eared with wide crowns or basket-racked desert dwellers, the pursuit of deer across this land is as American as it gets. Here’s a look at the new gear that will get you there, keep you there and, we hope, return home stained a little red.
Styrka has announced a new partnership with Mossy Oak, which kicks off with the release of the Styrka S3 10x42 binocular in Mossy Oak's Break-Up Country pattern. The two companies are celebrating the team-up in perhaps the best way possible: A giveaway.
Hunters have so many good choices in mid-priced binoculars these days that arguing brands is as pointless as engaging in the ol’ .308 vs. .30-06 debate. The crowded and competitive nature of the $300-$800 bino market is a great thing for buyers—but not necessarily sellers. And so when I heard a new company named Styrka had entered the business, I had to question its approach. What more could Styrka offer in a bino with a street price of about $650 that’s not already available?
Store shelves tend to be loaded with scopes in the 3-9x power range. Styrka’s S5 3-9x40mm Plex is yet another entry into that busy product category, so what makes it different? Here are five features that you need to know.