Posted September 14, 2017 11:08 am by Comments

By Tom Beckstrand

The author conducted his tests of SIG's Tango6 3-18x44 on his 6.5 Creedmoor rifle.

The Tango6 is part of SIG Sauer’s premium riflescope line that caters primarily to long-range and precision rifle work. Tango6 riflescopes can be used for hunting, but weight becomes a factor once we get to the 3-18X model tested here. These scopes pack a ton of features into an optically high-performer and SIG Sauer serves them up at a very competitive price with an amazing warranty. Here’s how the new Tango6 performed in our latest test.

This 3-18X has a 34mm tube, which means it has a lot of available elevation travel. Models are available with either mil or MOA adjustment. The elevation turret has 12 mils available per rotation and both the elevation and windage turrets lock in place when not in use.

Locking turrets are a key feature preventing inadvertent “turret adjustments” that can occur when a rifle bumps into supports typically found in the field or at a shooting competition. I learned the hard way to always look for locking turrets after zeroing a stage at a match because my turret turned without my noticing it after I brushed it against an obstacle. Lift the turret to adjust, and then push it back …Read the Rest

Source:: Guns and Ammo

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