Bushnell Trophy Xlt Riflescope

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Bushnell Trophy Xlt Riflescope -

Reliable performance made the Trophy the best-selling riflescope in the world, and now it’s built better than ever. Expect a brighter, sharper, clearer view than you ever thought possible when dusk is gathering around you, and that monster buck is moving your way. The Trophy XLT boasts a full 91% light transmission…easily the best in its class for low-light performance. Fully multi-coated optics ensure sharp contrast and color integrity; and while this scope is dry nitrogen-filled for 100% waterproof, fogproof, shockproof performance, you get an extra measure of protection with the Butler Creek® flip-open scope covers—standard equipment! One-piece tube construction with integrated saddle; fast-focus eyepiece; 1/4 MOA fingertip windage and elevation adjustments.

Bushnell DOA (Dead on Accurate) Reticles let you extend your effective range AND judge a buck’s rack size in seconds. Extended yardage aiming points enable you to shoot with greater precision than ever before. The DOA 600 is accurate to 600 yards for centerfires.

Weather and Wind:

  • 100% waterproof, fogproof and shockproof


  • Available with DOA drop-compensating reticle
  • Special optics quickly help identify game
  • Fingertip windage and elevation adjustment
  • Able to handle hard-recoiling magnum calibers
Engineered with Amber-Bright™ optics to quickly help you distinguish between a brown tree and a brown critter. Trophy riflescopes have been heralded by hunters as the ideal scope for the deer woods. Multicoated optics increase brightness in low-light conditions with 91% light transmission. 1/4-MOA or finer European-style fingertip, audible and resettable windage and elevation adjustment. Fast-focus eyepieces get you on target quickly. Strong, one-piece, dry-nitrogen-filled tubes with integrated saddles.
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Bushnell Trophy Xlt Riflescope Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Great Scope for the Price

I bought this scope wanting more zoom capability for my 300 win mag, and this one did the job. It has great clarity and does great in low light too, the price also was great, there is no need to pay for a more expensive scope, this one is perfect. It also zeroed very easy and holds its zero great. I will definitely get another one or two for my other rifles.
WYelkaholic at Cabelas on 11/27/2013

Good workhorse little scope

Nice clear optics for a scope of this price. Adjustable parallax works great and it gathers a lot of light! I have this on a savage MK II .22lr and it is perfect! The DOA reticle is nice and useful although on this rifle you just use different ranges for the drop. I am rough with this particular rifle/scope and so far it holds zero.
turbodieseldumptruck at Cabelas on 12/31/2013

Great Scope

This Scope is very bright and clear. Good eye relief. Very easy to sight in. I bought the 4x12x40 which ended up being to much scope for where I am hunting. Now I will have to go out West for a hunt.
Jfulli at Cabelas on 12/11/2013

Negative Reviews:

Wouldn't buy again

The low-light capabilities of this scope are pretty awful. I missed out on a nice buck this week because I could see him in my binoculars but not the scope. It is about a 4-6x scope in low light. Anything beyond that looks like dense fog. It does look nice at all levels during full light. If I could go back in time I would get a higher end scope. Saving $100-200 is not worth missing out on those low light shots...
LukeMcSniperton at Cabelas on 11/30/2013