Hi-Lux Optics is proud to announce that 10 state junior teams have enrolled in The Hi-Lux Junior High Power Program. According to Hi-Lux’s COO, Chris Wu, the program was established to support the future generation of shooters and help service rifle competition return to national prominence. “As I walked down the firing line last year at the National Matches, I was blown away by how courteous and respectful these junior shooters are. If this is the future generation of shooters, we are in good hands.”
The Hi-Lux Junior High Power Program is a discount program for junior high powers teams on the scope specifically designed for CMP and NRA High Power "Across the Course" Competition. In addition, Hi-Lux makes a contribution to the junior’s team for every XTC14X34 Competition Rifle Scope purchased.
Hi-Lux began the initial design process for the XTC 14X34 as soon as CMP/NRA optic rule change for 2016 was announced. “We studied the market, surveyed the competitors and saw a specific niche that we could fulfill. Many of highly desired features such as 1/4 MOA clicks and adjustable parallax were only available on very expensive scopes. Our goal for the XTC was to incorporate these features in a purpose built riflescope around the optic rule change – and offer it at a price that is attainable by the blue collar worker. Rather than “paying” for match results, we wanted to level the playing field.”
The Hi-Lux XTC 14X34 has been a big hit at national, state and local competitions. In addition, American Rifleman Magazine features a review of the Hi-Lux XTC 1-4 X 34 riflescope in the January 2019 issue. The review can be accessed here: https://www.americanrifleman.org/articles/2018/12/28/tested-hi-lux-xtc1-4x34-riflescope/
Junior team members can sign up for the program at https://hi-luxoptics.com/pages/across-the-course-junior-teams
Hi-Lux Optics, based in Torrance, California designs and manufactures top-quality, feature-rich, rugged optics at affordable prices. Hi-Lux guarantees the workmanship and materials of their scopes for life because they’re rugged and reliable optics built for the demands of law enforcement, military, hunting and competitive shooting.