Redfield® BattleZone™ TAC.22™ 2-7x 34mm Riflescope
BEAVERTON, Ore. — Redfield® introduces the latest model in their line of tactical optics, the Battlezone™ Tac.22™ 2-7x34mm riflescope.Boy, howdy, but that'd work all kinds of sweet on my 10/22. I think I need to put the folks at Redfield near the top of the "must see" list in Houston, because I need to take a long look at this. Something like this would be absolutely perfect perched atop Freedom rifle as a rimfire scope out to 75 - 100 yards, now that I think about it. What a great way to introduce a new shooter to long(ish) range shooting.
Designed for .22 Long Rifle firearms, the Battlezone Tac.22 comes with two elevation adjustment dials. The first is marked in ¼ MOA increments, and the second is a Bullet Drop Compensation (BDC) dial calibrated to the .22LR, shooting a 36-grain hollowpoint at 1,260 feet per second. The BDC dial is marked from 50 to 150 yards.
The Battlezone Tac.22 features the Tac-MOA™ reticle, which matches the ¼ MOA adjustment dials. Stadia lines on the horizontal and vertical crosshairs are set at two minute of angle increments, allowing for fast windage and bullet drop adjustments as well as range estimation. Parallax is set at a rimfire-friendly 75 yards.
2-7X is a very sweet range for a rimfire scope. It'll do well out to 200 yards, which is really the outer limit of where a .22LR round can reliably hit IMHO. From 75 - 100 yards it'll help the shooter tremendously, especially with the built-in Bullet Drop Compensator. And it doesn't hurt that it's specifically calibrated for the Federal bulk .22LR, either.
I'll have to take a long look at the TAC.22 in Houston, that's for sure...
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