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Simmons .44 MAG

Simmons .44 MAG

Riflescopes New and Improved for 2009

Overland Park, KS — Simmons announces that the popular .44 MAG riflescope product line is being relaunched in 2009.  Big game hunters and target shooters will appreciate the larger 44mm objective that differentiates these scopes from competitive models. There are seven models in the new .44 MAG line.

The new .44 MAG line of riflescopes offers a wide variety of features and choices at affordable prices. These are rugged, field-tested scopes with many special features that make it a great value for shooters. Fully multi-coated optics provide a bright, clear sight picture. All Simmons .44 MAG riflescopes feature ¼-inch or 1/8-inch MOA low profile fingertip style windage and elevation adjustments with audible click stops, and a generous 3.75 inches of eye relief.


These scopes are ruggedly built to perform reliably round after round, under any field condition. The one-piece body tube is dry nitrogen purged and then sealed to protect the optics against moisture and fog. Rubber surfaces on windage and elevation knobs and the power change rings on the variable power models make it easy to dial in accuracy.


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