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Kahles Introduces New Reticle For CSX Scope Line 4 Dot Reticle

Hunting Gear - Kahles Hunting Scopes

Hunting Scopes- KAHLES announces the availability of a new reticle for its state-of-the-art CSX riflescope line. The innovative 4-Dot reticle combines both the benefits of CSX technology with the traditional design of classical hunting reticles. This new reticle, like all reticles available for the CSX scope line, is ideally situated in the second image focal plane, which allows the posts and wires to remain the same size at all magnifications.

The three thick posts with fine reticle cross hair and an illuminated red dot provides North American hunters with a reticle that they are familiar with. Features like precise brightness control, extremely sharp reticle contrast and extended battery life, make the illumination system on the KAHLES CSX illuminated riflescopes precise, dependable and highly accurate. Illumination at the ideal pre-selected brightness level is activated with a simple click of the third turret. This programmable system allows for extremely fast and accurate shots, even in extreme low light conditions. A red ring indicates when the unit is in the ON position, and a mechanical safety device prevents unintentional operation of the illumination system. While the battery has a long life, the scope is equipped with a spare battery compartment.

The new 4-Dot reticle, along with the C-dot, P-dot and D-dot, is available in all of the CSX riflescopes.

KAHLES, founded in 1898, is the oldest riflescope manufacturer in the world. With a reputation for high quality, durable Austrian hunting optics that is world-renowned, KAHLES today offers American consumers unprecedented value for Austrian precision and performance. For more information about KAHLES, please write: KAHLES North America, Two Slater Road, Cranston, Rl 02920, call toll-free 1-866-606-8779 or visit the interactive Web site


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