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Simmons Master Series ProHunter Riflescope at Cabela's

Simmons Master Series ProHunter Riflescope

Author: Chuck Smock

This Field-Test Report is courtesy of Cabela's Outfitter Journal magazine.

Simmons Master Series ProHunter Riflescope
"Even the best rifle in the world is worthless if you can't see what you're aiming at," a buddy said to me several years ago as I was trying to decide how much to spend on the scope that would top my first big-game rifle – a high-end, stainless-and-synthetic model from one of the top gun manufacturers in the United States. Point taken. I settled on a scope that cost more than half as much as the rifle, pushing the total for the rig to well over $1,000. When the engineers at Simmons announced their new Master Series Riflescopes, I found it difficult to believe that the 3-9x40 ProHunter scope could deliver even close to the image quality, light transmission, ease of use and weatherproof performance I'd experienced with the scope I paid more than twice as much for a few years earlier. I was wrong. Simmons Master Series scopes feature multi-coated optics that produce bright, sharp images, even in low-light conditions. The patented TrueZero system reduces the effects of recoil on the scope and offers precise click adjustments for windage and elevation, making it easy to establish and maintain zero. The one-piece tube construction delivers waterproof, fogproof integrity. And the new HydroShield lens coatings repel rain and condensation. All in all, this is a heck of a scope at a heck of a price.

Cabela's Outfitter Journal magazine, published six times a year, educates and entertains hunters, anglers and other outdoor enthusiasts with interesting destination and how-to features, informative regional reports, eye-catching photography and more. A complete package of outdoor information, Cabela's Outfitter Journal will get you ready for – and excited about – future outdoor adventures.

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