German Precision Optics launches Passion 4X Riflescope series

12/6/18 7:15 AM | by

The Passion 4X 3-12×56 offers shooters a platform for light shooting. (Photo: German Precision Optics)

German Precision Optics opts for a new riflescope line before the holidays, introducing the Passion 4X premium riflescope series.

The Passion 4X series is built on 30mm machined aluminum main tubes with three models available — 6-24×50, 3-12x56I or 3-12×56. The Passion 4X 3-12×56 offers shooters the choice of iControl illumination or G4 reticle. German Precision Optics says the G4i fiber-optic illumination system powers down the illumination on the device when the module hasn’t been moved for more than 3 hours. Additionally, the unit alerts shooters when battery life is at 15-percent.

From left to right: MOA reticle, G4 reticle, and G4i reticle. (Photo: German Precision Optics)

Both scope models utilize double HD glass as well as the company’s proprietary Bright lens-coating. Boasting a second focal-plane design, the Passion 4X series’ reticles keep to one size regardless of magnification. The Passion 4X scopes rounds out its features with a dust-proof, waterproof, nitrogen-filled body.

“The 3-12×56 is the perfect scope for low-light conditions,” German Precision Optics said in a news release. “The new 6-24X50 30mm scope offers an excellent range of adjustment, a custom MOA ballistic reticle and a custom Kenton turret made for your favorite caliber, making it the perfect scope for long-range shooting.”

The Passion 4X 3-12×56 retails for $599, while the 3-12x56I comes in at $899 and the 6-24×50 is priced at $999.

The Passion 4X 6-24×50 model (Photo: German Precision Optics)

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