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New for 2021: Crimson Trace Hardline and Brushline Scopes

New riflescope models from Crimson Trace are the Hardline, for the tactical-shooter, and the Brushline, for the hunter.

Crimson Trace Hardline

Crimson Trace Hardline optics are designed with the tactical and target shooter in mind and have been purposefully built from the ground up. The line features aerospace grade 1” and 30mm tubes that are designed to handle abuse. The line offers generous eye relief to get back on target quickly. They are fully multi-coated, nitrogen purged, waterproof, and ready for whatever elements they encounter. All Crimson Trace scopes are covered under the LIFETIME protection guaranteed warranty and backed by our award-winning customer service team. For more information, please visit: crimsontrace.com

MSRP: Up to $899.99 for Hardline Pro models



Crimson Trace Brushline

Designed with the experienced hunter in mind, this line includes options for pistols, muzzleloaders, shotguns and hunting rifles. All of the reticles have been calibrated for the firearms platform that they will be placed on. The line features aerospace grade 1” and 30mm tubes that are extremely lightweight. The scopes are fully multi-coated and have exceptional light transmission and glass quality. All Crimson Trace scopes are covered under the LIFETIME protection guaranteed warranty and backed by our award-winning customer service team. For more information, please visit: crimsontrace.com

MSRP: Up to $689.99 for Brushline Pro models


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