Buy Bushnell riflescopes, binoculars, red dots and spotting scopes in New Zealand (NZ)
American brand Bushnell have been manufacturing quality sport optics for over half a century. Today they offer a wide selection of optical equipment to suit the needs of birders, hunters, target shooters, nature watchers, spectators and more. Indeed, they have something for every sport and every budget!
At ScopeUout we’re authorised importers of the entire Bushnell range of binoculars, spotting scopes, riflescopes, telescopes, monoculars, red dot sights and range finders. All of their products are backed by a NZ warranty.
The beauty of the Bushnell binocular line is that it’s attainable, even if you have a very limited budget. Parallel to that, they also have some incredibly high quality binoculars that suit even the most demanding birders, boaters, hunters, travellers and spectators. From their entry level Powerview and Spectator Sport lines, to their mid priced, H2O and Prime models, and top end Engage, Nitro and Forge models, Bushnell offer the very best value for money that they can at the different price points.
Bushnell Spotting Scopes
The Prime line of spotting scopes from Bushnell optic are affordable and offer great value for money. Fully multicoated optics, a compact, waterproof design and either a 50mm or 65mm objective lens size make this line a great option for beginner observers who want good quality optics. If you’re looking for the very best quality spotter then you can’t go past the Forge ED 80mm model. Built for expert users who demand the highest degree of precision, it has all the features needed for enjoyable observing. Unlike many other brands on the market, Bushnell also have two spotting scope options that have built in ranging reticles, the Elite Tactical and the Legend Tactical. These military grade spotting scopes are a go-to choice for long-range shooters who need bright, highly magnified views that also allow them to accurately predict the range of their shots.
If hunting is your passions then take a look at the riflescopes on offer from Bushnell's Banner 2, Trophy XLT, Legend, Prime, Elite, Engage and Nitro lines. Each line offers well loved hunting configurations including 3-9x40 and 4-12x40 with varying quality levels. Bushnell long range scopes for target shooting and long range hunting include their Elite Tactical models and Match Pro models that are coming soon.
Bushnell Red Dot Scopes
Bushnell have a small selection of red dot sights for use at the range or in the field. Offering class leading value and performance, Bushnell’s new RXS line offers multi-platform versatility and can easily be mounted on pistols and shotguns. Their well loved Trophy TRS red dot is ideal for handguns, shotguns or rifles.
Bushnell break the mould a little with their monocular offering, and opt for a standard sized 42mm objective lens. This lens size is usually reserved for binoculars, however Bushnell bridge the gap in monocular design by incorporating one in their Legend HD monocular. This allows for bright, clear and crisp views, similar to those offered by their high end HD binoculars, but just in a smaller, one barrel, monocular design.
Bushnell have a couple of different range finders to suit your wallet. Their range starts with their most affordable Prime models which have detection ranges of right out to 1700 yards and a range of modes that can scan the landscape and also compensate for up and downhill angles when shooting with a rifle or a bow. Next up in quality are their Engage models which offer better quality optics. Top of the line is the Nitro model which ranges right out to 2000 yards. In addition, Bushnell’s Fusion range finding binoculars offer the best of both worlds.
Bushnell offer a select range of sturdy tripods to use with spotting scopes and more. A great reliable and quality way to support your optics.
Choosing the right optics
Choosing optics can be hard. Will a binocular or spotting scope be best? What magnification riflescope do I need for hunting? There’s loads of choices and being knowledgeable about how optics work and what makes the best optic for a specific job comes in handy when you’re shopping for new equipment. Why not check out our range of buying guides for optics to get you started. If you’re still not sure what you need then get in touch and we’ll be happy to help.