Hunter Holdover Reticle


July 2008

Sightron, Inc.'s SI Series Rifle Scopes Now Available In A Hunter Holdover Reticle Model

Sightron, Inc. will be offering their Hunter Holdover Reticle in a 3-9x40 version of their high quality affordable SI Series riflescope.


The Hunter Holdover Reticle takes the guesswork out of long range shooting by providing additional aiming points on the crosshairs.


Shooters sight in their rifles for a 100 or 200 yard zero and by using the enclosed bullet drop chart for their gun and load, it is easy to determine the amount of hold over needed to quickly make shots out to 500 yards.

All Sightron Scopes are built using a rugged aircraft quality aluminum tube and are fog proof, shock proof, and waterproof.

They have precision reticles to eliminate shift or breakage.

SI Series Scopes feature multi-coated precision ground glass for improved light transmission over single coated models.

For 2008, Sightron has redesigned the SI Scopes windage and elevation knobs. They now feature knurled dials with positive click adjustment for precise sight-in.

Sightron's lifetime replacement warranty ensures consumers that if one of their products fails, they can return it to Sightron or an authorized Sightron dealer for a new one.

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