Why is the most advanced riflescope on the market today called the B.E.A.S.T.?? It has nothing to do with size, weight, or appearance. Our engineers were asked to do what was thought impossible?to create a riflescope the likes of which had never been built before. To invent radical new technologies that solve old problems inherent to competitor?s products. And to include capabilities and features that for years had been nothing but pipe dreams. Cut no corners, they were told. Not on materials, on quality, on workmanship, on durability. Conceive the ultimate riflescope, we asked them. Then build it. It was a challenge so demanding, so taxing, at times so overwhelming, that the concept became known as ?a beast,? both for the difficulties it presented and for the times when it seemed they had created a monster. When they succeeded, and it came time to give the newest Nightforce riflescope a name, nothing else seemed appropriate. ?But we can?t call a riflescope a ??beast,?? some folks said. What does that stand for? What will customers think? They?ll think it stands for ?Best Example of Advanced Scope Technology.? Because that?s what it is.
First Focal Plane Precision
While locating a reticle in a riflescope?s second focal plane is most common, a first focal plane location has distinct advantages to the accomplished shooter. All reticle subtensions, whether in MOA or Mil-Radian configuration, remain in the same visual proportion to the target across the scope?s entire magnification range. This makes a first focal plane reticle particularly effective for target holdovers, windage leads and range estimation. It eliminates a number of variables, resulting in greater speed and ultimately in greater accuracy in high-stress environments.
A Combination of Technology and Performance Never Before Put Into A Riflescope
The U.S. military spoke. We listened. The playing field in warfare has changed. Our military snipers are engaging targets at ever-increasing ranges; extremely
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