Primary Arms Optics launches a new second focal plane riflescope with ACSS Griffin Mil reticle. (Photo: Primary Arms Optics)
Primary Arms Optics debuted its latest product, the 1-6x24SFP, pairing the company’s 1-6×24 second focal plane riflescope with the ACSS Griffin Mil reticle.
The scope boasts a red illuminated ACSS Griffin Mil reticle calibrated to automatically range out to 600 yards. Built on Primary Arm’s 1-6X24SFP scope body offers a fast focus eyepiece and finger adjustable windage and elevation knobs.
The Griffin Mil reticle can be used alongside common calibers like 5.56 NATO and .308 Win to compensate for bullet drop from 100 to 600 yards without having to manually calculate or move knobs.
The scope is both waterproof and fogproof. (Photo: Primary Arms Optics)
“Our best-selling low power variable optic, the 1-6x24SFP is trusted by thousands of shooters to deliver repeatable performance shot after shot for thousands of rounds,” said Primary Arms in a news release. “Now the 1-6x24SFP is available with the new ACSS Griffin Mil reticle.”
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