The Bushnell AR Optic scope is designed to give you maximum accuracy and reliability. This will help you to efficiently handle any situation you may find yourself in.
When developing this scope, the engineers at Bushnell looked at several key factors. These factors included optical precision, rugged reliability, and overall performance. The goal when developing this scope was to push those performance criteria as fast as possible so help your AR-15 perform as well as it could.
Some of the included features of this AR-15 scope include target turrets. These turrets have a very precise ¼ MOA click value. This fine resolution of click value allows you to precisely sight in your optic so that your rounds impact exactly on the crosshairs.
This reticle gives you a bullet drop compensator reticle. What this means to the shooter is that, The reticle has hash marks that correspond to yardages. To use this advanced feature, you sight in the primary crosshair at 100 yards. Each correspond dot below the primary crosshair represent the aiming point for another 100 yards in target distance. The reticle provides you with aiming points for 100, 200, 300, 400, 500, and 600 yards. The advantage of a BDC reticle is that you do not have to dial your turrets to get a proper aiming point. The BDC will allow you to simply switch your focus to the corresponding aiming dot and engage the target.