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SIG Sauer Buckmaster Riflescope 3-9x50mm BDC Reticle, Black - SOBM33002
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SIG Sauer Buckmaster Riflescope 3-9x50mm BDC Reticle, Black - SOBM33002

Regular Price $171.99 Special Price $122.99
SKU 5655104245
Model Number SOBM33002
Brand Sig Sauer
UPC 798681651849
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Product Details


Manufacturer: Sig Sauer

Product Line: Buckmaster

Magnification: 3-9x

Objective Diameter: 50mm

Focal Plane: Second

Tube Diameter: 1"

Waterproofing: IPX7

Weight: 15.87 oz

Finish: Black


Jackie Bushman's vision inspired the creation of Buckmasters Rangefinder and Riflescopes, offering the exceptional performance of SIG SAUER Electro-Optics at an affordable price accessible to every hunter. These riflescopes are equipped with a specialized Buckmasters Bullet Drop Compensation (BDC) reticle, featuring holdover dots effective up to 500 yards. The rangefinder delivers rapid and precise ranging capabilities with a vivid red illuminated display optimized for low-light hunting conditions. As an added benefit, the rangefinder includes a unique "Buckmasters Mode" that incorporates 8 predefined ballistic groups, aiding hunters in identifying the appropriate Buckmasters BDC holdover dot to use in conjunction with their riflescope.


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