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Rifle Magazine
July - August 2003
Volume 35, Number 4
ISSN: 0162-3583
Number 208
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Shoemaker's Model 98 Mauser .458 Winchester Magnum won't win any beauty contests, but it handles potentially dangerous game as well as any "show-room"rifle. Rifle photo by Dave Scovill. Moose photo by Ron Spomer.
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Steiner 15x56 Big Horn

When hunting for distant big game - elk, caribou or antelope - you need a high-powered, high-performance binocular that helps you “get close” from hundreds of yards away. To help accomplish this goal, Steiner Optics has launched the 15x56 Big Horn binocular.

After a successful test market during 2002, Steiner discovered most hunters and outdoor users found the added power a welcome feature for a hand-held binocular, especially when glassing in open, western-type conditions.

The 15x56 Big Horn is not a pocket binocular or theater glass; it’s a tool for serious hunters. For continuous glassing from high mountain peaks or from your 4x4 vehicle, the 15x56 Big Horn comes equipped with a built-in tripod mount to accommodate tripods or window mounts. Yet, because of its light weight, this binocular can be easily hand held.

The 15x56 Big Horn is a porro-prism binocular that provides up-close views of distant objects. Featuring Steiner’s highest-grade optical glass and BAK 4 prisms, it delivers exceptional sharpness and brightness. The new Big Horn features Steiner’s military-proven, fully multicoated optics that enhance brightness and contrast. With Steiner’s Sports Auto-Focus System, all subjects are in full focus from approximately 50 yards to infinity, with no need for focus adjustment once set for the user’s eyes. The Big Horn offers 20mm of eye relief with profiled wrap-around eyecups, a beneficial feature that blocks distracting side light. The eyecups can also be pushed back so hunters can use the binocular even when wearing eyeglasses or sunglasses.

Clad in forest green rubber armoring, the 15x56 Big Horn is easy to grip, waterproof and fog-proof with a rugged shock-proof construction made to withstand the elements. At just under 45 ounces, the binocular packs easily when on foot.

The Steiner 15x56 Big Horn will be available through Steiner’s network of retailers in early 2003. Steiner products are developed and marketed in North America by Pioneer Research, Dept. R, 97 Foster Road, Suite 5, Moorestown NJ 08057. For more information on this product call toll-free: 1-800-257-7742, or you can visit online at: www.steiner-binoculars.com.

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