Revic Optics enters the optics game with new PMR 428 riflescope

The PMR 248 boasts integrated Bluetooth technology to help shooters upload ballistic data. (Photo: Revic Optics)

The PMR 248 boasts integrated Bluetooth technology to help shooters upload ballistic data. (Photo: Revic Optics)

Newcomer Revic Optics is set to wade into the optics waters introducing its first riflescope product, the PMR 428.

The 4.5-28×56 scope delivers long range performance paired with technology to aid shooters in setting up those perfect shots. Using the Revic Optics ballistic app, shooters are able to upload ballistic data directly to the riflescope via Bluetooth.

In the field, once the target has been ranged, users adjust the elevation turret to the target distance activating the “virtual BDC.” The vBDC takes into account the uploaded ballistic data and performs real time ballistic calculations. The vBDC automatically corrects the distance for inclination, compass direction, temperature and pressure. In addition, total windage correction adjusts for information received from heading, speed inputs and spin drift.

The 34mm tube diameter scope boasts an elevation adjustment range of 80 MOA and a windage adjustment of 50 MOA. The elevation adjustment per revolution is 30 MOA.

“The PMR 428 offers a sophisticated, but unbelievably simple way to compensate for ballisitics. Just dial the turret until the target distance is displayed, all the angles and environmental data are measured on the device and ballistic correction happens faster than you can dial the turret! As our premier product, it sets the tone for an exciting future!” Aaron Davidson, CEO of Revic Optics, said in a press release.

Revic Optics intends to offer the new PMR 428 for $2,750.