Many of us are familiar with the great Western series “Have Gun Will Travel”, in which the honorable Paladin acts as a force of fearless justice and good in the Wild West. The aptly named Aries MK390 Paladin Night Vision Rifle Scope from ATN carries on that legacy in a cutting edge night vision aiming system. The Paladin Scope represents the fearless power and daring of the fictional Paladin gunfighter as it enables shooters to dispense justice to their enemies from extreme long ranges in even the dimmest of low light conditions.
The MK390 is a top of the line Generation I scope featuring a robust 4X magnification and sharp Red-on-Green aiming reticle. Constructed out of rugged titanium this rifle scope is built to last for years of heavy duty use, equipping hunters in the field and tactical operators in the world’s combat zones. The nitrogen-purged optics provide total resistance to lens fogging, so the shooter can focus on taking the shot without worrying about the elements.
The Night Vision features of the MK390 Paladin are impressive as well. This line of rifles scopes utilizes an extremely powerful 450mw Infrared Illuminator with dedicated windage and elevation adjustment capability. Even the battery on the MK390 is ridiculously strong, with a fully charged life of between 10 and 20 hours – long enough to get you through even the darkest and longest of nights. What all of this adds up to is an impressive, fully functional night vision aiming system that can be counted on time after time.
The Aries MK390 Paladin is now on sale at OpticsPlanet.com. Visit the online store today for your chance to get a hold of one of these great ATN scopes at a steep discount. As always, OpticsPlanet.com offers best-in-industry shipping options. So don’t wait – get your MK390 Paladin Night Vision Scope today!
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