2011 starts a new era of innovation from one of the world's oldest optic manufacturers. Steiner has doubled in house optical engineering capacity in the past 5 years hiring top optical engineers that specialize in state of the art riflescope technologies.
R&D outside co-operation and expenditures have increased more than two-fold to get more "cutting edge" developments.
Steiner's merger with Beretta has provided both companies with deeper insight into military needs and desires. Steiner has a stellar reputation for building top performing military binoculars and has more binoculars in military use than all competing brands combined.
Steiner's increased assets and technologies have allowed them the luxury of designing a precision riflescope from the ground up using the best tools and engineers available. These scopes are not adaptations to existing designs they are completely new from the ground up.
Steiner also had the benefit of evaluating everything on the market and were able to use the best performers as their benchmark to exceed. The new Steiner Military Tactical scopes are the real deal and will be seeing duty by many militaries world wide very soon.
The shooter in the picture should know better than to rest his rifle forend directly against the concrete wall. That will make the rifle shoot way high. He need some padding under that forend...like his cap, or glove.
This looks like a real curve ball for the optic world, wouldn't you say?? I cant wait to see one of the 5X25s. I love all of my scopes and have no plans to part with any, so this may call for a new buildOYA,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, OYA Bill Maylor..
steiner binos are top of the line. While these are way outside my budget, i'll be interested to read reviews as they come in. At $500-800 over a US Optics scope, and right up there with a S&B PMII, Premier Riflescopes, and March scopes, they have some really really tough competition for a small percentage of the market (civilian).
"Out of range" is a theoretical concept as far as I'm concerned. Send it!