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Nightforce Introduces the Wedge Prism

Today, less than a week before SHOT Show 2020, Nightforce rolled out its newest product-the Wedge Prism. Designed with Extreme Long Range shooting in mind, the Wedge Prism allows shooters to add to the available elevation travel within their riflescope. The Wedge Prism is offered in two variants, 50 MOA and 100 MOA, and will be available in February 2020.

Features:

• 50 MOA/14.5 MRAD* or 100 MOA/29.1 MRAD* elevation shift variants available for extreme
long-range use
• Quick Detach MIL-STD 1913 attachment ensures consistent elevation shift when installing
in the field
• Compatible with all brands of riflescopes
• Exact elevation shift measured for each unit and engraved for reference in the field

Includes: MOLLE padded carry case, flip cap lens cover, lens cleaning cloth.

Specs:

Length: 1.8 in / 46 mm (excluding lever)
Width: 2.7 in / 69 mm
Height: 3.3 in / 38 mm
Glass Centerline: 1.5 in / 38 mm
Weight: 9.2 oz / 262 g (100 MOA)
9.5 oz /268 g (50 MOA)
Mounting System: MIL-STD 1913 (1.5in / 3 slots)

From Nightforce:

As Nightforce fans continue to push the boundaries of what is possible for target distances, some riflescopes lack the necessary elevation travel. We created the Wedge Prism with extreme long range shooters in mind. 

The Wedge Prism is a clip-on accessory that mounts to a forward or continuous MIL-STD 1913 Picatinny rail to increase the effective elevation travel. It optically shifts the incoming image to the riflescope by a precise elevation value, which directly adds to the available elevation travel within any riflescope.

It provides a repeatable offset of the optical image, yet minimizes the loss of image quality, resolution or clarity. Available as a 50 MOA/14.5 MRAD or 100 MOA/29.1 MRAD variant, shooters can choose an individual unit or combine models to tailor the amount of additional offset needed to reach their target. The quick-detach lever allows for rapid and repeatable installation and removal in the field, and by attaching to a rail prevents additional stresses on the riflescope.

Let's test the limits a little farther. AVAILABLE FEBRUARY 2020.




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