Bushnell "DOA" Riflescope Reticles

Bushnell "DOA" Riflescope Reticles

Bushnell's new recoil-proof, etched-on-glass Dead On Accurate (DOA) reticle technology with "Rack Bracket" provides extended-yardage aiming points both in centerfire (DOA 600) and muzzleloader (DOA 250) versions. The Rack Bracket reference lines allow gauging whitetail deer antlers at distances that are difficult to gauge with standard optics.

At full magnification, hash marks on each extended yardage crosshair indicate the distance between an average whitetail's ears, allowing you to judge a buck's rack. Also, if the ears fit, you know the approximate range. For 2009 the DOA Rack Bracket reticle is available on a variety of Bushnell Trophy and Elite series riflescopes.


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