The best long-range optics, ever. Period.
The Huskemaw Long-Range Advantage is the only riflescope with patented technology that allows dialing both distance and windage from a single turret without calculation, extending your maximum effective range and delivering confidence in every shot.
Huskemaw’s customized turret is the only BDC turret using patented wind compensation technology. Your rifle becomes the fastest and most accurate system for reliable long-range shooting.
Used in tandem with the Huskemaw BDC windage-enabled turret, each hash mark on the horizontal reticle is in MOA and represents a full wind value of 10 MPH. The Huskemaw turret will indicate what MOA hash mark to hold into the wind.
An elevation turret calibrated in yards from validated actual drop data shot in the field in a known environment.
Built into each customized Huskemaw BDC turret is patented wind compensation technology. The same turret will indicate where to hold for wind.
Huskemaw TrueBC® Program
The patented online drop data collection process uses your rifle/caliber, your preferred bullet’s ballistic coefficient and load data, the elevation and temperature of where the data was collected and the anticipated temperature and elevation of your hunting area.
Huskemaw's Tips for Success
Once you receive your customized Huskemaw turret(s), refer to your owner’s manual for simple instructions on installing and zeroing your new turret. Instructional videos are also available on The Best of the West YouTube channel.
Or, you can also send your rifle and scope to Huskemaw, where our experts will test your rifle, collect the data, customize the turret, mount your new optic and test again to ensure maximum performance before returning it to you.
Your customized Huskemaw long-range turret will be accurate for plus or minus 2,000 feet and plus or minus 20 degrees. And with the Huskemaw dual-stack turret option, you’ll be covered from 1,000 to 10,000 feet above sea level and every temperature imaginable.
The lower numbers on the Huskemaw BDC turret will be in yards to known distance to target and the upper numbers the corresponding wind hold numbers using the MOA hash marks on your HuntSmart reticle for a 10 MPH full value wind.