Bushnell Banner 2 3-9x40 BDCBy NZGUNS
- 14th Dec, 2020 Dec 14, 2020, 10:09 AM
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Our classic dusk and dawn brightness riflescope now with improved optical performance and an easy-to-use DOA Quick Ballistic Reticle.
EXCELLENT LOW LIGHT PERFORMANCE AND IMAGE QUALITY
Banner 2 has improved optical performance over the original Banner that boosts contrast and clarity along with the Dusk & Dawn low light performance that Banner fans love.
ENHANCED OPTICAL GLASS DESIGN FOR IMPROVED CONTRAST AND CLARITY
An improved optical design with multi-coated surfaces improves on the already great image quality that makes Banner the go to optic for your next hunt.
DOA QUICK BALLISTIC RETICLE FOR FAST, ACCURATE SHOTS WITH ANY CALIBRE
The DOA Quick Ballistic Reticle provides 5 drop points with 5 mph wind hold lines. The reticle can be used for any caliber that matches your typical hunting cartridges out to 500 yards. With the free Bushnell Ballistics App you can quickly determine your exact distances on the reticle making it easy to have confidence in every shot.
LIGHTWEIGHT, WATERPROOF SEALED, ONE PIECE AIRCRAFT GRADE ALUMINUM BODY
Banner is built to withstand the elements and will stay in the hunt as long as you can. With a durable one-piece body that is IPX7 waterproof rated you can trust that the Banner will last year after year. The Banner 2 also includes Weaver style aluminum rings in the box.
Backed by Bushnell's Ironclad Warranty, guaranteeing this scope to be free from defects in materials or workmanship for 30 years! Click here for more.
- DOA Quick Ballistic reticle
- Dusk & Dawn Brightness (DDB) Coatings
- Multi-coated optics
- One-piece tube
- 100% waterproof, fogproof and shockproof
- Dry-nitrogen filled
- 1/4 MOA fingertip windage and elevation adjustment
- Fast-focus eyepiece
|Bushnell Banner 2 3-9x40|
|Power x Obj. Lens:||3-9x40mm|
|Reticle:||DOA Quick Ballistic|
|Lens Coating:||DDB Multi-Coated|
|Parallax Adjustment:||Fixed (100 yards)|
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