Steiner grows M-Series riflescope line, adds new M7Xi model

The M7Xi, pictured above, is built on the M5Xi scope concept, but takes the design further by enhancing zoom and field of view. (Photo: Steiner)

Steiner Optics expands its M-Series riflescope inventory, announcing the new M7Xi 4-28×56 scope designed for mid to long range engagements.

The M7Xi is based on the company’s M5Xi line of optics currently employed by elite task forces around the world, according to Steiner. The latest model remains loyal to the brand’s commitment to quality while enhancing zoom and field of view capabilities for mid to long range shooting. Overall, the new scope boats a 7x zoom with 1.42-9m field-of-view at 100m.

The M7Xi is built with ruggedness in mind, created to handle abusive combat and competition setups. With improved magnification and a reduced size the M-Series grants shooters long-range abilities without sacrificing battlefield versatility.

The scope is built to withstand harsh environments with its durable construction. (Photo: Steiner)

The scope offers tactile click-by-click turrets for windage and elevation adjustments with clear and bright sight picture, Steiner says. Available in two variants, the coyote brown M7Xi sports the TReMor 3 or MSR2 reticles while the black version adds the additional G2B Mil Dot reticle.

The 33.5-ounce scope measures 15.2-inches in overall length and is waterproof, fogproof and shockproof. MSRP starts at $3,559 and tops out at $4,399.

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