2020 SHOT Show—Bushnell Engage Optics Expands with Three New Models

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Three new models have been added to the Bushnell Engage Optics line for 2020. Engineered with modern features hunters and shooters demand, the new models consist of a new riflescope with illuminated reticle, a new 20-60×80 mm spotter with metal chassis and a new 10×42 mm binocular.  

Special Notice: The SHOT Show is where the industry unveils the latest and greatest, but there may not be a SHOT Show 2021. Here are more details.

Engage Riflescope—For 2020, Bushnell has added a new riflescope to the Engage line with the availability of a new 3-9×40 mm riflescope with illuminated reticle. Combining premium glass with an illuminated riflescope reticle for superior target contrast in low-light situations, the new Engage riflescope makes sight acquisition quick an easy. Six brightness settings enable precise aiming in any lighting situation while the scope’s low-profile design allow it to be easily mounted on a variety of firearm platforms. In addition, the riflescope features capped elevation and windage turrets to prevent unwanted movement along with a fixed 100-yard parallax. Additional standard features found on both riflescopes include a 1-inch tube, second focal plane design, fast focus eyepiece and EXO Barrier lens technology for protection against all elements.

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Engage DX Spotting Scope—Purpose built for the hybrid hunter/shooter, the Engage DX spotting scope simplifies long-range viewing with fully multi-coated optics combined with a new rugged construction. The 20-60×80 mm spotter provides users with bright, clear images while its new metal chassis and rubber armor protect the optical system for a lifetime of use. High quality images are guaranteed through Bushnell’s dielectric prism coating and patented EXO Barrier finish. The new Engage DX spotter is standard with an angled eyepiece with twist-up eyecups along with a built-in sunshade for easy operation during long days in the field. Additional new features include built-in picatinny accessory rails at the rear of the spotter for optional accessories and a rotating tripod collar.

Engage X Binocular—For those in search of a quality pair of binoculars with enhanced low-light performance at an entry level price point, the new Bushnell Engage X 10-42 mm binoculars won’t disappoint. Designed with a lightweight, IPX7 waterproof construction that is 23 percent lighter than the Engage DX 10-42, the new binoculars are ideal for extended use. High quality images are ensured through fully multi-coated optics along with the company’s proprietary EXO Barrier lens technology for protection against water, fog, dust and debris.

Bushnell has also introduced two new members of its Prime Riflescope family.

Here’s our YouTube channel’s modest look at a Vortex spotting scope, if that’s what you’re in the market for this year.