Excalibur® Twilight Illuminated Multiplex Reticle Crossbow Scope

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Excalibur® Twilight DLX Illuminated Multiplex Reticle Crossbow Scope. Bright, clear images in low - light situations.

Designed to take advantage of every little sliver of light when the action's at its hottest... sunrise and sunset. The Twilight features a huge 44mm objective lens to gather the most light possible, a 30mm tube for unimpeded light transmission, and fully multi-coated lenses throughout to maximize clarity and brightness.

The Twilight comes with Excalibur's adjustable multiplex crosshair system for accurate compensation, resulting in trajectory in precisely 10-yard increments at any speed between 300 and 400 F.P.S., and our dual red or green color illuminated reticle to assist you in low light accuracy.

Reticle Crossbow Scope

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