In a crowded field of variable powered optics Bushnell pushed further into the foray earlier this year with a new offering for 2019, the Elite Tactical SMRS II Pro.
Today we take a look at the final piece of of Sandbox Tactical Box build, the optic. Initially my plans for this build were included a red dot but after accuracy testing, I felt a red dot would really down play the potential versatility of this rifle.
77 gr Federal OTM at 100 yards with the Spikes Tactical Sandbox Build and Bushnell Elite SMRS II Pro 1-6.5×24 optic
Variable power optics, especially those that are a true 1 power, offer many advantages over both fixed scopes and red dots. There are also cons, of course, such as the limitations scopes have on Field Of View (FOV) vs more open style red dots and reflex sights but as with anything you do have to weight the pro’s and the con’s as well as you intended purpose for both the rifle and the optic.
You can find the full review on Gun Streamer and Full 30, as well as the 13C YouTube Channel .
Power x Obj. Lens
Field of View: ft@100yds/m@100m
107.1/35.7@1x / firstname.lastname@example.org
Eye Relief: in/mm
Exit Pupil: mm
Click Value: in.@100yds/mm@100m
Adj Range: in.@100yds/mm@100m
30 mils total
Mounting Length: in/mm