ARES BTR GEN2 HD

2.5-15x50 APRS5 FFP IR MIL

Built off the success of the 1st generation Ares BTR, the GEN2 is still a top-tier riflescope, without the price tag. The Ares BTR GEN2 acquires a new stainless steel turret design, just like the Midas TAC and Ares ETR lines. The new turret design features sharper, more tactile clicks. Still featuring HD glass, a new optical system provides an even brighter and clearer image throughout the magnification range. A one-piece, precision machined aircraft-grade aluminum 6061-T6 aluminum scope body, precision zero stop, and impeccable tracking will deliver precise, accurate results in any field.

ARES BTR GEN2 HD

2.5-15x50 APRS5 FFP IR MIL

Built off the success of the 1st generation Ares BTR, the GEN2 is still a top-tier riflescope, without the price tag. The Ares BTR GEN2 acquires a new stainless steel turret design, just like the Midas TAC and Ares ETR lines. The new turret design features sharper, more tactile clicks. Still featuring HD glass, a new optical system provides an even brighter and clearer image throughout the magnification range. A one-piece, precision machined aircraft-grade aluminum 6061-T6 aluminum scope body, precision zero stop, and impeccable tracking will deliver precise, accurate results in any field.

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ARES BTR GEN2 HD 2.5-15×50 APRS5 FFP IR MIL

Riflescope
First Focal Plane
Illuminated Reticle

$999.99

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PRODUCT SPECIFICATION

MAGNIFICATION

2.5 - 15x

OBJ. LENS DIAMETER

50 mm

TUBE DIAMETER

30 mm

EYE RELIEF

3.9"

FOV @ 100 YDS

41.8 - 6.8 ft

PARALLAX ADJUSTMENT

10 y

CLICK VALUE

0.1 MIL

LENGTH

13.8"

WEIGHT

27.3 oz

PRODUCT SPEC SHEET (PDF)
PRODUCT USER MANUAL (PDF)
RETICLE MANUAL (PDF)

PRODUCT FEATURES

REVIEWS

AVERAGE RATING
Rated 2 Reviews
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  1. jaegearman

    Was very surprised on glass quality / clarity. Daytime bright illuminated reticle. This scope punches way above its price range. Build quality is fantastic brass zero stop. Highly recommended

  2. Craig S Travis

    This is an outstanding piece of glass for the price. Excellent low light capability- especially when you use the illuminated reticle. With it being a FFP, that crosshair gets quite skinny and small on lower magnifications and the illuminated reticle is a game changer at those magnifications. The illumination is very crisp and sharp with a rich red color. Not fuzzy like on cheaper made products. The reticle, while a bit busy from a traditional mildot reticle, is quite useful with a little practice and will eventually become second nature to your eye when looking a it in relation to your target. When a quick correction is needed and there is no time for dialing, the reticle truly shines. I also like that there is a "0" between each brightness setting on the illumination dial. You don't have to scroll but one click to turn the reticle off no matter what setting you have it on. With my sample, I have found the reticle sub tensions are on par with the dialing. Something that seems to be an issue with other scopes I have used. The clicks on the dials are audible as well as quite tactile in feeling. The zero stop feature is strong and deliberate. I have become quite spoiled with that feature. I have had no issues with repeatability when dialing. I use this scope on top of a Savage heavy barrel .308 for hunting and long range shooting. I have been very pleased with the results it has given me.

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