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Primary Arms Optics has announced two new scopes for its GLx® optic tier: a GLx 4-16x50mm FFP Rifle Scope with ACSS Athena BPR MIL Reticle and a GLx 1-6x24mm FFP Rifle Scope.

Now available, the GLx 4-16x50mm FFP Rifle Scope with ACSS Athena BPR MIL reticle is ideal for mid- to long-range precision rifles. The GLx 4-16x50mm FFP Rifle Scope was originally released in 2020, and since then, it’s quickly become one of Primary Arms’ most popular lightweight precision scopes. Its combination of high-quality, multicoated glass with innovative steel-on-steel turrets has earned a stellar reputation, and this newest reticle configuration is certain to build on that legacy.

The inclusion of the ACSS Athena BPR MIL reticle will bring additional long-range and high-precision functionality to this optic, making it even more effective for SPRs and bolt-action rifles alike. The Athena reticle combines an intuitive MIL Grid system with many of the convenient ranging and engagement tools featured in other ACSS reticles. It’s a perfect choice for any caliber or barrel length, offering outstanding precision for advanced marksmanship.

To learn more about the new GLx 4-16x50mm FFP Rifle Scope with Athena® BPR Reticle, click here.

Also available for pre-order, the GLx 1-6x24mm FFP Rifle Scope is a high-performance low-power variable optic featuring fully multicoated, low-dispersion glass lenses and Daylight Bright® illumination. This scope also features AutoLive® motion technology and Primary Arms Optics’ new user-configurable turrets. Plus, as part of the GLx product line, this rifle scope brings these premium technologies and materials to an approachable price point.

The GLx 1-6x24mm FFP Rifle Scope will be available in two reticle configurations: ACSS Raptor M6 and ACSS Griffin MIL M6. The Raptor reticle will provide built-in ballistic drop compensation for 5.56, .308, 5.45, and similar cartridges, while the Griffin MIL will offer a MIL Grid for use with any caliber or barrel length.

To pre-order the upcoming GLx 1-6x24mm FFP Rifle Scope, click here.

“Whether your shooting style is long-range precision or fast and close, these new GLx scopes have something for every kind of marksman,” says Stephen Morgan, Director of Product Marketing at Primary Arms Optics. “As always, they come backed with a lifetime warranty and a commitment to customer satisfaction, so our fans can be confident in their lifelong quality and effectiveness in the field.”

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3 COMMENTS

    • @fww

      I have a Sig Tango4 1-4 FFP LVPO that sits in a drawer. My experience is that FFP scopes are pretty much useless until you get to about 5 or 6x (and higher). The reticles are just too small at lower magnifications. All my subsequent LVPO type scopes have been SFP and I’m much happier with the rifle/scope combination.

      If you can borrow and compare an SFP versus a FFP in the same magnification range that would give you a better idea of what works best for you.

      • Oh I know all that. Just need to shoot at 2-300 yards. Already have a Red dot & 3x magnifier combo. Kill a commie for mommy🙄

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