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Two lines of Crimson Trace scopes are headed to a store near you (or CT’s webstore) this year. Between them, we’re talking 50 new scopes under the Crimson Trace brand.

“HARDLINE” scopes are designed for tactical and competition use, while “BRUSHLINE” units are geared for hunting. All include some or all of the features seen in the image above, with the “Pro” variants within each line including upgraded features such as zero-stops, illuminated reticles, first focal plane options, etc.

Photos and details are not yet available outside of the images seen in the video above. Once Crimson Trace releases the stats, options, and MSRPs for their dozens of new optics we’ll run a follow-up.

A full 17 reticle options will be available within these 50 scopes, including a whole lot of BDC (bullet drop compensation) options.

Furthermore, it appears that CT will be launching a ballistic calculator, called the “Trace Ballistic Calculator,” fairly soon as well. This will provide shooting solutions for Crimson Trace’s custom reticles.

More info will follow.


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    • Exactly.

      How can they expect smaller dealers afford to carry the entire line?
      How can they expect larger dealers afford the counter space to display the entire line?

      I’m pretty sure BassPro/Cabellas/Adademy ect. will have to pick and choose what they expect their customer base to want and just stock those dozen or so models.

      Mail order companies will have a distinct advantage with this.


  1. I suppose they’ll work for looking at the moon and the girl in a bikini, but mounting them on a gunm would turn it into a soon to be banned assault sniper rifle.

  2. It’s already a crowded market and very easy to get “analysis paralysis” when looking for a scope…

    But while I’m not presently in the market for a new scope, I will be interested in seeing what they have at what price points.

  3. I don’t understand all the negative comments. I’m glad to see someone offering more variety and options. I think competition is good for consumer. It has led to higher quality optics at lower prices with more choices.

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