Nightforce Optics expands ATACR and SHV series

 

The ATACR 4-16×50 F1, left, and SHV 3-10×42, right, are the latest scopes to enter the Nightforce lineup. (Photo: Nightforce Optics)

Nightforce Optics adds onto its ATACR and SHV product lines, announcing the new ATACR 4-16×50 F1 and SHV 3-10×42 riflescope models.

Leading the pack is the latest entry into the ATACR family, the 4-16×50 F1 riflescope. The scope delivers a 50mm objective lens designed to perform in lowlight and at longer ranges. Featuring the company’s patented ZeroStop elevation travel, the scope boasts adjustments of 100 MOA or 30 Mils. The scope offers extra-low distortion glass as well as an integrated Power Throw Lever for quick magnification changes. The ATACR 4-16×50 F1 comes in the shooter’s choice of either red or green digital illumination options.

“The ATACR 4-16×50 F1 will meet the demanding needs of law enforcement, hunters who want a versatile first focal plane optic and competitors wanting great glass in a compact package,” Nightforce Optics said in a press release.

The ATACR now comes in a 4-16×50 configuration. (Photo: Nightforce Optics)

The SHV 3-10×42 scope provides an illuminated MOAR or Forceplex reticle designed for lowlight conditions. Nightforce offers a user adjustable illumination control with reticle brightness capable of adjusting based on external conditions. The latest SHV keeps to the original SHV mission of offering shooters and hunters a value driven scope package.

“Nightforce listens to its consumers and each of these scopes were developed based upon feedback of consumers, our dealer base and professionals in the field. As with any Nightforce product we have designed, tested and built these optics to provide performance beyond expectations whether in our premier ATACR line or our more affordable SHV family,” Alan Stilwell, Nightforce North American Sales Manager, said in a news release.

Both rifles are currently available with the ATACR 4-16×50 F1 retailing for $2,500 and the SHV 3-10×42 priced at $985.

The SHV 3-10×42 is Nightforce’s budget friendly scope. (Photo: Nightforce Optics)

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