Sightmark introduces new Latitude long-range riflescopes

(Photo: Sightmark)

Sightmark adds the Latitude to its roundup of riflescopes. (Photo: Sightmark)

Sightmark brings versatility to its lineup adding a new series of scopes, known as the Latitude line, to its ever growing catalogue of optics.

The Latitude features four long-range scopes with a 4-in-1 zoom ratio and green/red illuminated reticle options. The scopes boast a fully multi-coated scratch-resistant glass with locking fast-focus eyepiece, external zero-stop ring and oversized turrets.

Offering the 10-40×60 F-Class, 10-40×60 Benchrest, 6.25-25×56 F-Class and 6.25-25×56 PRS the Latitude is designed to allow shooters to tackle distance shooting. Equipped with 1/8 MOA on the 10-40×60 FTR and BR models or 1/4 MOA on the 6.25-25×56 FTR, the models deliver “stunning clarity, perfect for reading mirage and other environmental conditions at extended distances.”

(Photo: Sightmark)

The Latitude comes in four different models with each offering shooters the ability to shoot long range. (Photo: Sightmark)

The Latitude 6.25-25×56 PRS adds another first-focal-plane option to the Sightmark FFP scope options with .1 MIL windage and elevation adjustments. The company says this model offers a red/green-illuminated PRS reticle “designed specifically for fast, accurate target engagements ant varying distances.”

A sunshade, CR2032 batteries and manual come with the scopes alongside a lifetime warranty. Prices start at $719.

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