Brownells New Scope Establishes New Light Transmission Standard–APRIL FOOL!

Brownells Newest MPO Scope Gives Dangerously High Light Transmission

GRINNELL, Iowa (April 1, 2021) –Brownells newest optic in its very popular Match Precision Optic line – the MPO LT –  disruptively shifts the light transmission paradigm out of the box to synergistically become a next-level shiny object brighter than the noonday sun.

Labeled the “LT” because of its dangerously-high light transmission rate, the MPO LT scope simultaneously transmits and focuses light so intensely the scope can be used as both an effective optic in low light, or a tactical energy weapon in full sunshine, able to start fires or sear retinas at up to 100 meters.

“We wanted a scope that would really move the needle in the optics world” said Director of Product Management Paul Levy. “Once we figured out how to transmit enough light through a scope to make it an almost-laser, we knew we were on to something big. Our people sacrificed – literally – to help make the MPO LT a reality.”

Each MPO LT will come with a professional-grade tactical welding helmet to prevent the user from blinding himself in bright light conditions. The first 100 MPO LT scopes will also come with a free advanced burn treatment field kit, an industrial sized jar of aloe vera cream, and a tactical eye patch should the worst-case scenario occur.

The MPO LT will retail for $6,999.95.

To learn more, visit www.Brownells.com

About Brownells

Serious About Firearms Since 1939™, Brownells is the world’s leading source for guns, gun parts and accessories, ammunition, gunsmithing tools and survival gear. With a large selection of both common and hard-to-find items, and an extensive collection of videos, articles, and gun schematics, Brownells is the expert for everything shooting-related. Committed to maintaining our great traditions, Brownells has more, does more and knows more – and guarantees it all, Forever. For more information or to place an order, call 800-741-0015 or visit Brownells.com.

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