Posts tagged ‘long range’

Athlon Optics: John Rigney Muley Harvest at 498 yards with Midas 4.5-27X50 Rifle Scope

John Rigney testimonial: “Just put my Midas 4.5-27X50 rifle scope on a week and half ago, got it dialed into 700 yards. It was very easy to setup. I shot this Buck at 498 yards, it was like looking at him at 50 yards through the glass. I shot a doe at 400 four hours later. Awesome glass, thank you.” Harvested in Montana.




On video! Midas 4.5-27X50 Rifle Scope Helps Stevi & Ryan Harvest NICE Muley in Montana!

Got it on video! Stevi & Ryan Muley Harvest in Montana!
(Midas 12X50 Binoculars & Midas 4.5-27X50 SFP Rifle Scope)
Watch! https://youtu.be/eG0myImOnXQ



Very proud of you Stevi, Ryan & the @trulymontana_outdoors team! Love these hunting stories!!

Athlon Optics: With the Assistance of Ares Binoculars & Talos BTR 4-14X44 Rifle Scope, Conner Takes Down Three Antelope in MT & WY

Conner Brown with Truly Montana Outdoors:

“Not every year you kill 3 antelope that gross at 75″ but thanks to my Athlon Ares binoculars with crystal clear glass, I was able to determine on all of these bucks that they were mature shooter antelope before the stocks ever took place. First with my Montana buck in September.

Then in Wyoming I used not only my Ares binoculars, but my Talos BTR 4-14X44 for 2 quick kills on a Wyoming double. I use Athlon Optics because I use the best. Period.”

The first one I shot at 309 yards and the second one was only at 80 yards with an 40 mph crosswind.






Athlon Optics Midas & Cronus rifle scopes: Jade Precision LLC

Repost from Jade Precision LLC: Got the MK Machining switch view and bubble levels mounted on the Athlon Optics Midas and Cronus rifle scopes. I have to say, for the price, these pieces are well worth it and solid. The least expensive, but quality levels and switch views out there now.
The rail mounted level on the Cronus is small, out of the way and easy to see due to how bright it is. It locks in well and does its job. The vials inside are high quality and the bubble doesn’t dance around.
The scope-mounted level on the Midas is aluminum and attaches solidly and easily. Neither level required me to remove my scopes. The other nice thing about the scope level is that it is easily seen even mounted behind the parallax/illumination knob.
The switch view lever is almost weightless, goes on in a snap and works flawlessly. They can be made in almost any color too. MK Machining is adding more and more levers to fit all the different scopes every day. Check their site to see if the have your optic available.


With how little these cost, and how well they work, there is no reason to pay more. Buy with confidence!
#mkmachining #athlonoptics #JADEprecision #precisionrifles #longrange #guns #optics #riflescopes #2a#switchview #merica #innovation #3dprinting #athlonoptics #athlonprecision

Athlon Optics: Steve Montgomery Wins Arizona State Field Target Championship with Argos BTR 6-24X50

A BIG Congratulations to Steve Montgomery for winning the Arizona State Field Target Championship in Mormon Lake, Arizona last week using the Argos BTR 6-24X50 mounted on an USFT Airgun Rifle.

In addition to this great news, I’ve got some pretty impressive statistics that I would like to soon share with “ATHLON NATION” regarding the Arizona State Field Target Championship.




Backcountry Brotherhood: “We put our equipment through hell & back!” Quality is a MUST!

Repost from backcountrybrotherhood (Instagram):
Lil Wolf blood on the Ares spotter @athlonoptics We put our equipment through hell and back! Most hunting equipment doesn’t make it through a single season.. That’s why quality and an unlimited lifetime guarantee is a must! Pictured is the Athlon Ares 15-45X65 Spotting Scope.






View at 6x through my Argos BTR 6-24×50: Love the Christmas tree reticle

Repost from Instagram dansepicchops:

View at 6x through my @athlonoptics Argos BTR 6-24×50. Love the Christmas tree mrad reticle. ‪#‎2a‬ ‪#‎precisionrifle‬ ‪#‎pewpew‬ ‪#‎gunporn‬ ‪#‎rifle‬‪#‎remington700‬


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