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New: Sightmark Citadel Riflescopes for LEOs, Competitors & Hunters

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Sightmark has introduced its new Citadel riflescope lineup.

Designed for LEOs, competitive shooters and hunters, the Citadel series consists of a 3-18×50 and 5-30×56 first focal plane riflescope, and a 1-6×24 second focal plane riflescope. All models boast a fine-etched, red-illuminated reticle with 11 brightness settings; fully multi-coated glass; single-piece, 30mm, 6061-T6 aircraft-grade aluminum tube; throw level for fast magnification changes; IP67 waterproof, dustproof, fogproof and shockproof rating; and flip-up lens covers.

Sightmark Citadel First Focal Plane Riflescopes

The Citadel 3-18×50 and 5-30×56 models use a first focal plane lens system. They also feature illuminated LR2 mil-dash reticles for long-distance shooting. In addition, each model has adjustable, locking diopter, exposed locking turrets, and adjustable parallax. Furthermore, Sightmark touts these scopes as suitable for “long-range recreational plinking, bench rest and F-class competition and PRS matches.”

Sightmark Citadel Second Focal Plane Riflescope

Meanwhile, Sightmark says its Citadel 1-6×24 riflescope is designed for law enforcement, competitive shooters and close- to mid-range hunting. It’s built for fast target acquisition and comes with an illuminated BR1 (BDC) reticle calibrated for 55gr .223 ammunition. It also includes capped low-profile torrents and 1/2-MOA per click windage and elevation adjustability. The total adjustment range on each axis is 120 MOA.

The Citadel 3-18×50 is priced at $479.99. MSRP on the 5-30×56 is $515.99. The 1-6×24 is available for $359.99.

For more information on Sightmark, go to sightmark.com.

 

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