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The Bushnell Trophy XLT 20-60 x 65mm spotting scope

PUBLISHED: 11:11 02 November 2015 | UPDATED: 11:11 02 November 2015

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A rugged design and high quality optics contribute to making the Bushnell Trophy spotting scope a great, value-for-money piece of kit

Built to withstand the toughest conditions found in the field, the Bushnell Trophy XLT 20-60x 65mm spotting scope is not only extremely rugged but also offers high-quality optics, a wealth of innovative features and incredible range at a value for money price.

The waterproof and fogproof spotting scope is built with a tough, long-lasting rubber armouring and incorporates porro prism technology, BaK-4 prism glass and multicoated lenses, giving exceptional clarity and light transmission. The spotting scope features 20-60x magnification, a 65mm objective lens and a close focusing limit of 10 metres.

At only 340mm in length and weighing just 1.2kg, the spotting scope is also compact and lightweight enough for any hunting application and comes with a quick-detach lens cover, a compact soft-side carrying case, a compact tripod and a premium quality hard-sided case to provide added protection during transportation.

RRP: £348.15

(A 15-45x 50mm version is also available, RRP: £299)

For more information, visit or call 01625 613177


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