Primary Arms Optics has just announced the SLx 5-25x56mm FFP, a new rifle scope designed for long-range precision.
The SLx line of rifle scopes is one of Primary Arms Optics’ most popular, and the company has just expanded it once again. The newest addition is the SLx 5-25x56mm FFP, and it’s now also the largest member of its family. It was designed to provide excellent long-range precision at a more affordable price.
The SLx 5-25x56mm FFP is offered with the choice between two reticle options, the ACSS Athena BPR MIL and the ACSS Apollo 6.5CM. The former has MIL markings and the latter has bullet drop compensation markings calibrated for 6.5 Creedmoor and .224 Valkyrie. Primary Arms claims that when zeroed at 100 yards, the Apollo reticle can be used to accurately engage targets out to 1,000 yards without touching one’s turrets. Speaking of turrets, both scope variants use MIL turrets and an MOA version is not currently offered. Other notable features of the SLx 5-25x56mm FFP include premium quality glass, an integrated return-to-zero and an integrated magnification lever.
Stephen Morgan, Director of Product Marketing at Primary Arms Optics, said this about the new scopes:
One of my personal favorite facets of shooting sports is long range. The ability to place a bullet on a small target at distance is one of the most satisfying aspects of shooting…The new SLx 5-25 offers some key features like long travel, exceptional glass, intuitive reticles, and precise turrets that make the task of precision shooting accessible at any budget.
Both versions of the SLx 5-25x56mm FFP rifle scopes have an MSRP of $599.99 and are available now.
For more information, please visit primaryarms.com.
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