FAQ: What’s New for 2011?
January 13, 2011 2 Comments
I am not going to disclose full details, but I will give you a teaser of what to expect for the new year, which we will be introducing at SHOT:
- Horus Kestrel: Horus ATrag embedded in the Kestrel 4500 NV Pocket Weather Meter. Features auto weather input, five customizable targets, extensive gun list, integrated Bluetooth data transfer capabilities, and much more all in one hand-held unit. Watch the Horus Kestrel Video for more insight on this exciting product.
- HDMR Scope: 3.5-21x50mm with H58 Reticle - A multipurpose scope meant for all weapon platforms, multiple types of engagement, and versatile ranges of distance.
- Excursion Spotting Scope: 15-45x60mm with H32 Reticle - Horus Vision innovation embedded in a Bushnell Spotter. The Excursion is 1st Focal Plane with compact, folded path technology, and adjustments for focus and diopter.
- Hubble Spotting Scope:15-40x60mm with H32 Reticle - The Hubble is a compact scope, slim enough to fit in the cargo thigh pocket of military issued pants, making it conducive for field use. The Hubble has all the valuable qualities needed in a spotting scope at an unbeatable price.
- TReMoR: The newest reticle brought to you from Horus Vision and Accuracy 1st. The TReMoR is a mil based reticle with ballistic wind dots, functional with all calibers. The TReMor also features the Accuracy 1st speed shooting method built-in.