From RITON . . .
RITON Optics is pleased to announce the launch of its versatile crossover riflescope, the 3 PRIMAL 3-18×50! This new addition to the Riton Optics family is a testament to the company’s dedication to providing top-of-the-line optics for the discerning hunter and shooter.
The 3 PRIMAL 3-18×50 riflescope is a feature-rich optic for both hunting and long-range shooting. It boasts a wide magnification range, with a minimum magnification of 3x and a maximum of 18x, making it optimal for just about any shooting or hunting scenario. The 50mm objective lens provides exceptional light transmission, brightness and clarity, even in low light conditions.
Featuring Riton Optics’ advanced optical system and the LRH (Long Range/Hunter) first focal plane reticle, the 3 PRIMAL 3-18×50 provides accurate holdovers and wind holds throughout the magnification range. The illuminated reticle is adjusted using the control on the parallax knob, has six brightness levels and an off position in between each level.
Built to withstand the rigors of the field, the 3 PRIMAL 3-18×50 was built with a rugged 30mm aircraft-grade aluminum main body tube and black anodized for added durability and protection. Like all Riton magnified optics, the 3 PRIMAL 3-18×50 is also shockproof, waterproof and fog proof, providing shooters with the confidence needed when on a hunt or on the range.
Packed with features such as exposed, zero-resettable/ zero-stop turrets with 1/10 MRAD windage and elevation adjustments, integrated/ two-location removable throw levers with a flush mount and 14mm lever included, and a fast-focus eyepiece, the 3 PRIMAL 3-18×50 is truly one of the most versatile riflescopes for hunters and shooters alike. Additionally, all Riton Optics riflescopes are backed by a Limited Lifetime Warranty and the Riton Promise.
Now available for purchase at www.RitonOptics.com and authorized dealers for an incredible $659.99 MSRP. Get yours today, and See The Difference!
Where is it made?
As long as it was not made in jr’s backyard it’s gtg.
floating, popping hearts.
Their FAQ page says:
We source all of our raw materials and use overseas assembly based on price point. Our optics have hand sourced Japanese or Chinese glass and have final assembly in Japan or China depending on price point.
Riton uses (normally) two primary OEM factories for their rifle scopes, one in Japan (Japan Optical) and one in China (SAM Electrical). Not sure about the Primal though, ill do some research.
never mind, jwtaylor already answered.
THANKS INFOR ALWAYS
MAYBE SOME DAY A LEUPOLD 1.5 X 4
I Installed a Vortex Eagle on my brother’s Remington BDL and it was made in the Philippines and looks sorta Nikonish. Riton has good reviews, warranty and 1st, 2nd plane models, etc. Actually where they are made is irrelevant, how they are made is relevant.
Watching what is going on between China and Taiwan, and we may be going to war with China, I think it is relevant.
I am doing what I can to avoid buying China made products. Why fund a potential enemy?
What’s been going on between joe, hunter et al and China and people using Made in China devices to commit on Made in China products it is as far as rifle scopes and people working for a living…irrelevant.
Instead of blowing smoke you should take everything you own that is Made in China or uses Made in China components and take it all to a landfill.
You want to support communists and a government that looks like created and, oops, released COVID, have at it.
It’s not a new kid on the block, but worth giving a second look specifically the price right now – Brownells own 3-18x50mm34mm(T) at $699 and weighing in at 30.5 ounces the MPO made in Japan with Japanese glass. Riton optics has a limited lifetime warranty where Brownells has to better warranty.