Buy A Trijicon Thermal Optic, Get A Free Tenmile Riflescope
Purchase a new Trijicon REAP-IR 3 or IR-HUNTER 2 scope through one of the company’s Electro Optics retailers before February 1, and you qualify to receive a select model of a Trijicon Tenmile riflescope. A special web page provides terms and conditions, along with a convenient application form for electronic submission of claims and required proof-of-purchase information.
Upon purchase of a new REAP-IR or IR-HUNTER model, new owners are encouraged to visit the site to select their preferred Trijicon Tenmile long-range riflescope. The three options include the Tenmile 5-25x 50 mm SFP MRAD (MSRP $2,059), Tenmile HX 5-25X 50 mm SFP MOA (MSRP $2,059) and Tenmile HX 3-18X 44 mm FFP MOA (MSRP: $2,265). Eligible consumers should allow eight to 10 weeks for receipt of their Trijicon Tenmile riflescope after submitting all required information.
The latest REAP-IR and IR-HUNTER thermal imaging systems maintain Trijicon’s tradition of uncompromised image quality, durability and ease of use with new and improved system controls for faster response and reduced lag. A new manual-focus adjustment for 60 mm versions provides improved image quality at all distances.
There’s also a new USB-C connector that allows the use of external battery packs for extended use in the field. The main housings are constructed from forged 7075 aluminum and feature updated top-loading internal battery compartments for faster access, a slimmer profile and increased durability. The new quick-release mounting system featuring Trijicon Q-LOC Technology provides return-to-zero performance with the ability to affix the scope rapidly and reliably in the dark.
REAP-IR and IR-HUNTER thermals feature a variety of reticle choices for instant adaptation to any scenario with today’s most popular chamberings. User-selectable reticle choices include MRAD, MOA, 5.56 BDC, 7.62 BDC and 300BLK BDC options.
All Trijicon Electro Optics thermal scopes feature 640×480 resolution, 12-micron thermal sensors with 60 Hz frame rates and are engineered, machined and assembled in the United States and are tested to MIL-STD 810-G.