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First Look: GPO USA Centuri Riflescopes

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GPO USA is introducing a new line of Centuri riflescopes to the US market. The new Centuri product line consists of six different riflescope models built around a 30mm main tube with the choice of either MOA or mil for their angular units of adjustment. These different options consist of two super compact 3-12x44mm and 4-16x44mm scopes, along with four more traditionally configured 2.5-15x44mm, 2.5-15x50mm, 4-16x44mm and 3-18x44mm riflescopes. All six new riflescopes count on GPO USA’s GPOBright transmission lens coatings technology and iControl auto-off illuminated reticles. In addition, they all possess the German-American company’s DoubleHD objective lens technology and (on most models) zero-stop locking turrets.

Centuri super compact models have an overall length of 9.9 inches and are designed for those who need a low-profile optic on their gun. Both first- and second-focal-plane choices are available, as are MOA or MRAD based turrets. The more traditional Centuri models are all second-focal-plane models with a mission that is more focused for hunting and field use.

Mike Jensen, owner and CEO of GPO USA, emphasized, “This extensive new lineup of Americanized riflescopes is loaded with every feature North American shooters and hunters are looking for. Whether you’re in search of a compact scope for a modern MSR (modern sporting rifle) rifle, a scope designed for long-range precision shooting, or a scope for general big game hunting, these riflescopes are guaranteed to deliver exceptional performance. Best of all, we’re offering them at prices far below comparable products in today’s market.”

As with other GPO USA optics, the new line of GPO Centuri riflescopes includes the company’s lifetime warranty. The retail pricing for this collection begins at $539, and to learn more about the Centuri product offerings or other optics sold by GPO USA, please visit gpo-usa.com.



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