LAST UPDATED: May 1st, 2015
Last Updated 1/12/2015 12:07pm
Vortex Viper XBR Crossbow Scope
Let’s be honest, a lot of the stock scopes that come on crossbows today are basically junk. And inconsistencies in these units can be a nightmare. When you’re ready for an upgrade you can find it in the Viper XBR Crossbow scope from Vortex. Adopting many of the same features found on their long-range riflescopes, including a tactical elevation turret perfect for dialing, the Viper XBR crossbow scope is specifically built to maximize the performance of today’s high-speed crossbows at long range. The Viper XBR offers shooters the ultimate in speed and long-range versatility. The glass-etched, MOA-based XBR-1 reticle is ideal for holding elevation and windage compensation. Reticle illumination and a fast-focus eyepiece ensure sharp, shooter-specific reticle focus.
Vortex Crossfire Binoculars
Vortex has redesigned their popular Crossfire binoculars this year. They feature all new glass and an all new housing. The 10×42 version retails for just $179 and is backed by one of the best warranties in the industry.
Nikon Arrow ID 5000 Laser Rangefinder
Nikon has outdone itself this year with the release of the Arrow ID 5000 Laser Rangefinder. Packed with features this rangefinder is made to help deliver arrows to their intended targets. With attributes like (Incline/decline) Technology, Tru-Target Technology, and the quality multicoated optics we have come to expect from Nikon. Like all Nikon rangefinders, the new Arrow ID 5000 operates on a single CR2 lithium battery, comes with a neoprene case and is backed with a 2 year warranty.
Tenzing Optics Harness
In addition to their new whitetail treestand packs Tenzing has also released a pair of optics harnesses. Unlike a traditional harness which leaves your binoculars exposed to the elements and bouncing around during hikes through the woods the Tenzing harness features a camouflage cover to protect your expensive glass. When removed from the cover your binos hang freely and don’t place any pressure on the harness when you raise them to your eyes. This is great for those one-handed spotting missions while your other hand is tied up with your bow.