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Bradley Loves The Argos BTR Rifle Scope…Bright Glass!

I first started off shooting with leupold, Nikon, and vortex glass. Very good and every thing, never had too many problems with any of them except Nikon I had a scope that wouldn’t hold zero and missed a 14 pointer that probably would of been one of the biggest deer I could of killed in my life time. So after that I was pretty upset. I have never been much of a long range shooter. Always shot within 300 yards since all I did was hunt. As I got older I loved shooting as far as I was able too. That’s when I got the vortex scopes. I owned a vortex viper hs-t and a vortex viper pst. Both were great and I loved them. Other then the pst kept having issues with the illuminated reticle. When I was about to send it back to vortex for the 3rd time I heard of Athlon Optics Rifle Scopes and was so surprised by the price for FFP, illuminated reticle, and all that stuff I mean their Argos BTR Rifle Scope was half the price almost then a PST and I loved it way more. I really like how clear the glass was in my Argos and the reticle wasn’t so thin! I have since taken it to 800 yards. I have dropped the gun it was on from a 4 ft drop on accident during a night hog hunt and it was still dead on and every thing still worked perfect.

https://athlonoptics.com/product-category/rifle-scopes/athlon-optics-rifle-scopes-argos-btr/

The Argos BTR Rifle Scope brings in tons of light during the evenings and when there’s a full moon some times don’t even have to turn on the lights to take a shot at a hog or coyote. I plan on putting Athlon scopes on all my guns that I use mostly and any new ones I buy.

Check out the tracking tests that Nick did just a couple weeks ago with the Argos BTR Rifle Scope:

https://imgur.com/a/vwoIY

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