Sightmark tacks on new 8-32x60F-Class Riflescope to Latitude scope series
By Jacki Billings
The 8-32x60F-Class Riflescope is designed for long range shooting. (Photo: Sightmark)
Sightmark advances its Latitude long range scope lineup with the introduction of a new model, the 8-32x60F-Class Riflescope. Using oversized adjustment turrets, the new 8-32x60F-Class Riflescope offers easy adjustments and a zero-stop elevation dial to prevent moving below original zero. A lock ring helps the eyepiece remain in focus while the 34mm tube delivers an increased range, according to Sightmark.
The F-Class offers 1/4 MOA adjustments. (Photo: Sightmark)
With a second-focal-plane design, the 8-32x60F-Class Riflescope was created with long distance shots in mind. The F-Class touts 1/4-MOA windage and elevation adjustments, maxing out at 110 East and 70 West.
“Designed to be rugged, and cost-cautious for professional use, the Latitude features top of the line specs sought out by top-level shooters,” Sightmark said in a news release. “ The Latitude F-class riflescopes deliver stunning clarity, in extreme conditions. The illuminated reticle is designed specifically to obstruct as little of the target face as possible.”
Sightmark’s 8-32x60F-Class Riflescope will be headed to consumers soon with a MSRP of $779.
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