New SIG Buckmasters Riflescopes and Rangefinders

   06.25.21

New SIG Buckmasters Riflescopes and Rangefinders

Inspired by American Hunter Jackie Bushman and his television show Buckmasters, SIG Sauer Electro-Optics has released the affordable Buckmasters line of Riflescopes and Rangefinders. The new riflescopes feature Bullet Drop Compensation (BDC) reticles with included holdovers and feature plenty of light transmission through the lenses for those low-light situations. Meanwhile, the new rangefinder is loaded down with features that will help new and experienced hunters alike on their next hunt.

New SIG Buckmasters Riflescopes and Rangefinders

The BuckMasters Riflescope

New SIG Buckmasters Riflescopes and Rangefinders

The Buckmasters riflescope line comes in three different configurations – all with Second Focal Plane reticles. The smallest of the scopes features a 3-9x magnification and a 40mm objective lens for short to medium range engagements and is available for $169.99. Carrying the same 3-9x magnification, but with a much larger 50mm objective scope, the most expensive option in the Buckmasters lineup is still just $159.99. Finally, a 3-12x magnification with a 44mm objective lens option is also available and sits right in between the two other Buckmasters scopes at $159.99.

The Buckmasters Rangefinder

New SIG Buckmasters Riflescopes and Rangefinders

The Rangefinder offers a whole host of benefits that are useful to both experienced and new hunters. The rangefinder features a “Buckmasters Mode” which contains 8 onboard ballistic groups so that the rangefinder can indicate which Buckmasters BDC holdover to use with your corresponding riflescope. This means that by pairing up the rangefinder with the riflescope you shouldn’t have to make any guesses about where your holdover should be. The rangefinder makes use of a single CR2 battery, weighs just 5.3 ounces, and can reach out to 600 yards on deer for ranging and up to 1500 yards with a reflective target. The 6X magnification should give you great target identification before you even switch to your riflescope to take the shot. Finally, the Rangefinder is IPX-4 water-resistant so carrying it out in the field should be pretty safe provided you’re not hunting in a thunderstorm. The standalone rangefinder is sold for $179.99.

New SIG Buckmasters Riflescopes and Rangefinders

The Riflescope and Rangefinder can also be purchased as a bundle from between $329.99 and $349.99. Both products are available now directly from sigsauer.com. SIG Sauer Electro-Optics has been doing some great work to bring effective yet affordable optics to the market and this new pairing of riflescope and rangefinder is looking to be a great option for those looking to get their first set of hunting optics.

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