Hi-Lux creates Junior High Power Program

11/14/18 10:30 AM | by

Hi-Lux brings the Junior High Power Program to life, offering help to young competitive shooters. (Photo: Hi-Lux)

Hi-Lux looks to aid junior CMP/NRA High Power competitive shooters with the creation of its Junior High Power Program. The Junior High Power Program delivers a deep discount on Hi-Lux’s XTC 1-4×34 Competition Rifle Scope to junior high powers teams across the U.S. Designed specifically for CMP and NRA High Power Competitions, the Hi-Lux XTC 1-4×34 scope delivers a 34mm objective lens with front objective parallax adjustment from 15 yards to infinity. The scope offers 1/4 MOA click elevation as well as windage turrets, granting shooters fine adjustments. The XTC 1-4×34 usually retails for $475.

The Hi-Lux XTC 1-4×34 riflescope offers a 34mm objective lens and MOA adjustments. (Photo: Hi-Lux)

“As part the ongoing commitment to help the next generation of CMP/NRA High Power competitors achieve their match goals, Hi-Lux has created a discount program for junior high powers teams on the scope specifically designed for CMP and NRA High Power ‘Across the Course’ Competition,” Hi-Lux said in a news release. “The XTC 1-4×34 is the next generation of the Hi-Lux Close-to-Medium Range (CMR) tactical scope and is loaded with advanced design features that truly put it in a class all of its own.”

In addition to discounting the scope for junior competitors, Hi-Lux also intends to donate to each junior’s team for every XTC 1-4×34 Competition Rifle purchased. Interested teams and members can sign up for the Junior High Power Program via Hi-Lux’s website.

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