In 1965, the US Marine Corps began its search for a new rifle and scope combination to serve as their official combat sniper rifle. The Corps settled on the Remington Model 40, an accurized version of the Remington 700, chambered in .308 Winchester and topped it with a commercially available 3-9X40mm variable power scope.

Hi-Lux is now recreating this 1960's era scope for all those "old school" sharp shooters among us. The M40 Tactical Hunter features a glass etched Ranging Reticle in the first focal plane and .223/.308 BDC reticle in the second focal plane.

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