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German Precision Optics Offers Upgraded 6-24x50 Riflescope Package

German Precision Optics Offers Upgraded 6-24x50 Riflescope Package


German Precision Optics (GPO) sweetens the deal for its popular 6-24x50 30 mm riflescope. This scope will now come standard with a GPO bubble level, a 3-inch sunshade and a customized KENTON turret. These upgrades have a suggested retail value of over $200.

The 6-24x50 riflescope is part of the premium line of 30mm riflescopes from GPO that offer higher magnification and low-light objective lenses. A high magnification riflescope with extended range of adjustment (70”), its generous 4” eye-relief, and a ballistic MOA reticle, the GPO 6-24x50 is the ideal scope for long-range shooting.

Featuring the proprietary GPObright high-transmission lens coating technology, PASSIONdrop hydrophobic exterior lens coatings and a double HD glass objective lens, the 6-24x50 riflescope provides enhanced clarity, exceptional brightness and true color from dawn to dusk. The easy-to-read ¼-MOA target turret with rotation markings, fast-focus rubberized ocular, and an extra-wide magnification adjustment ring make this scope ideal for any shooting situation. It comes standard with the GPO MOA ballistic reticle, which is calibrated at 24 power.

A second focal-plane scope, the 6-24x50 features a solid, one-piece dust-proof, waterproof, nitrogen-filled body that offers constant point-of-impact and the ultimate in strength and durability. All GPO products purchased in the USA includes the GPO, USA’s Spectacular Lifetime Warranty. Full details on this industry-changing warranty can be found at www.gpo-usa.com.


Available at retailers nationwide and at www.gpo-usa.com, the upgraded 6-24x50 riflescope package has a suggested retail price of $1277.78.


For more information, visit www.gpo-usa.com.

6-24x50 Riflescope Features

  • 30mm Main Tube
  • 50mm Objective Lens Diameter
  • Double HD Objective Lenses
  • 1/4 MOA or 1 CM Click Adjustments
  • CW or CCW Turret Rotations
  • Target Turrets
  • GPObright Lens Coatings

Reticle Options G4 = German #4
G4i = German #4 illuminated
HS(i) = Horseshoe illuminated
HS(i)-CQB = Horshoe coarse mil
MOA = wires set at 1 MOA @100 MOA

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