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Swampfox Optics is a new up and coming optics company based out of Colorado. Over the past two years the company has been gaining market share in the densely packed and competitive optics market. Swampfox offers various long range optics, LPVO’s, red dots, and much more. Now, Swampfox is releasing their new 3x prism scope—The Trihawk.

The new Trihawk prism scope features a BDC reticle calibrated for 5.56, a 40 MOA holdover, a 52ft field of view @ 100 yds, green or red reticle, Shake N’ Wake motion sensor, and 2 NV capable settings. The new Trihawk is also IPX7 waterproof. It can be submerged in 1m of water for up to thirty minutes.

The new Trihawk prism scope from Swampfox Optics will retail for $329. Which makes it a competitively priced prism scope for the market. Swampfox also offers Military, Veteran, and Law Enforcement discounts to help reduce the price. All, Swampfox optics come with a 50,000 round guarantee that the company will replace or repair your product with no questions asked.

Below, is the press release from Swampfox on the new Trihawk prism scope.

Press Release

Swampfox Optics announces the Trihawk 3x prism scope, featuring a super wide, true ten-degree field of view. Looking through Trihawk, you’ll see a 52ft field of view from edge to edge at 100 yards; the widest FOV of any 3x prism on the market. Yet Trihawk still offers greater eye relief than comparable prism scopes from other brands. Fans of the classic “do it all” 3x prism scope concept will want to take a close look.

Specification highlights:
• MOA reticle features 40 MOA of vertical holdover
• BDC reticle calibrated for 5.56 / .308 coming soon
• Green or red reticle illumination models available.
• Shake ‘N Wake motion sensing auto on/off illumination
• Ten brightness settings via top mounted push buttons, 2 NV compatible
• CR123a battery built into the mount for greater brightness and battery life

Swampfox Product Marketing Director Michael Branson said:
“It’s hard to really understand Trihawk until you look through one. When we first started talking about doing a 3x prism scope, I was skeptical. Why should we do a fixed 3x when we already make LPVOs that do everything from 1-8x or even 1-10x? And the answer was, it will have a true ten-degree FOV. Again I was skeptical. ACOGs have about a seven-degree FOV, what’s three more degrees, will anyone care?

But the first time I looked through a prototype, I literally laughed out loud because I had never seen anything like it before. Ever used a scout scope, where you have great peripheral vision but the view through the scope itself is like looking through a drinking straw? This is the opposite of that. The amount of situational awareness you get looking through the scope at the target area is just phenomenal.”

Construction:
• 6061-T5 aluminum
• Weight: 15.4 oz
• Rated to 800 G force shock
• IPX7 Waterproof (1 meter 30 mins)
• Eye Relief: 2.4”
• Exit Pupil: 9.5mm
• Scratch-resistant, anti-fog, hydrophobic, fully multicoated glass

Branson continues:
“The 3x prism concept is a simple, strong, do-it-all optic that excels at medium range shooting and saves you weight and bulk compared to other optics with similar capability. At 15.4 ounces Trihawk is not a super light optic, but all the weight is in the glass, a 30mm objective lens up front and the ocular lens out back is even wider, and of course in between them is the prism itself. However, that listed weight include the mount, and everything you need is included right there in the box, even the anti-reflection device is included. Compared to our Arrowhead LPVO plus our mount, Trihawk weighs almost half as much, and the user experience when you shoot with it is amazing.”

MSRP for Trihawk is $329. Swampfox has an aggressive discount policy for law enforcement and military customers and a T&E program for departments who want to “try before they buy.” Trihawk is available now at www.swampfoxoptics.com.

Have you ever heard of Swampfox Optics? Is it a company you will check out now after reading this article? Let us know in the comments below.

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