Bushnell is releasing Match Pro ED 15×56 binoculars, loaded with features to make them better for spotting.
While most binocular users only require simple magnification, there are more specialized uses for them as well. For those who need a bit more capability, Bushnell is releasing the Match Pro ED 15×56 binoculars.
The Match Pro ED 15×56 binoculars feature a MIL-grid reticle in the right barrel, allowing for shot correction and target ranging. This enables their use as a spotting scope as well, but also provides all the advantages of binoculars. Namely, better field of view and excellent glass.
The new binoculars also feature dual eye focus adjustment and a new specialized tool designed to make them even better when being used by a spotter. If you’ve ever been behind glass on a tripod for a prolonged period, you’ll know that it’s easy to inadvertently adjust binoculars when trying to stabilize them. The Match Pro ED binos have a solution for that, however—the BridgeSet IPD stabilizer. It can be installed on either bridge, and when locked, prevents the barrels from moving. These new features will surely be attractive to long-range competition shooters.
Bushnell says that the new binoculars should be hitting shelves within the next few months and they have an MSRP of $699.99.
For more information, please visit bushnell.com.
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