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Win Swarovski EL O-Range 10x42 Range Finding Binoculars!

By NZGUNS
  •   8th Dec, 2019 Dec 8, 2019, 12:00 AM
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COMPETITION DRAWN 28TH FEBURARY AT 9PM!

 

Take out a One Year Digital Subscription to NZGUNS and go in the draw to win Swarovski EL O-Range 10x42 range finding binoculars!

 

CREATED TO BE FOUND.

The EL O-Range offers the best combination of long-range optics and ergonomic design. The master craftsmanship underlying these binoculars is proven by razor-sharp images combined with precise range and angle measurement, as well as their perfectly balanced weight, allowing you to hold them steady.

 

Other benefits of the new EL O-Range are the FieldPro package, which includes a new strap connector making it extremely simple to switch quickly and flexibly between strap and accessories and the new, distinctive measurement button.

 

Entry is easy, just take out a One Year Subscription with NZGUNS!

 

NOTE: All current One Year subscribers are eligible.

 

The winner of the Swarovski EL O-range 10x42 range finding binoculars will be drawn February 28, 2020 - just in time for the 2020 Roar!

 

NZGUNS also has Gift Subscriptions available, click here to get started!

 

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