The new Epoch MD (maximum definition) riflescope from Brunton features the company’s MaxDef ED lenses, a strong one-piece 30 mm housing, and easy-grip parallax and precision-focus adjustments.
The Epoch MD is available in three models: 2-10×42, 3-15×50 and 5-25×50. The reticles are glass-etched for no-fail performance, and the lenses are fully multi-coated with Brunton’s ColorMax coating and IntelliMax phase coatings. That means they’ll deliver high-detail images in all conditions, especially in low light with no color fringing. Brunton’s MaxDef Extra Low Dispersion (ED) lenses mean zero light lost, zero chromatic aberrations, and true-to-life color in all conditions.
The Epoch MD’s 30mm one-piece primary tube is built from airplane aluminum, which allows for a wide windage and holdover adjustment range. This shockproof frame withstands recoil, impacts and the bumps and tumbles often endured in remote wilderness and high-risk environments. MSRP: $1,499 to $2,229.
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