Citadel 1-10×24 CR1 Riflescope joins Sightmark lineup

The Citadel 1-10×24 CR1 boasts a design best suited for competition shooters, hunters and law enforcement. (Photo: Sightmark)

Sightmark delivers a new riflescope to competition shooters, hunters and law enforcement adding the Citadel 1-10×24 to its riflescope inventory.

The Citadel 1-10×24 utilizes a second focal plane design with CR1 reticle calibrated for 55-grain .223 ammo. Equipped with capped low-profile turrets, the scope offers 1/2 MOA per click windage and elevation adjustments. Total adjustment range measures 100 MOA on each axis.

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The Citadel scope uses a 30mm tube and 11 brightness settings. (Photo: Sightmark)

The scope features similar attributes as the rest of the Citadel series, using a fine-etched, red-illuminated reticle boasting 11 brightness settings. The 1-10×24 riflescope also sports fully multi-coated glass paired with a 30mm 6061-T6 aluminum tube. The total setup is IP67 waterproof, dustproof, fogproof and shockproof.

“Designed for competition shooters, close- to mid-range hunting and law enforcement, the Citadel is packed with features to bring shooters to the next level traditionally sought by top-tier shooters,” the company said in a news release.

The Citadel 1-10×24 CR1 is set to appear soon, though no word yet on the official drop date or price.

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