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This is an opportunity to win some amazing prizes, but also your chance to let us know exactly what you want to see in the UK’s leading rifle shooting magazine. Your entry could help you win big, but it will also help guide the editorial direction of Rifle Shooter into the future!
It takes just a few minutes to enter our on-line competition by completing the simple survey below, and you could be walking away with this amazing Leica optic or one of the many Harkila goodies which will soon be winging their way to the runners up.
The competition is open now and will close on the 1st of June 2023, so get you entry in for your chance to win one of these amazing prizes.
Closing date is 1st June 2023; you must be 18 years or over to enter; all prizes are listed above; there is no cash alternative. For full Ts & Cs, visit: https://rifleshootermagazine.co.uk/terms
The classic design of the Fortis 6 with its legendary Leica glass will appeal to any hunters who appreciates timeless understatement with uncompromising optical perfection. The outstanding detail recognition and the unique image sharpness ensure great observational comfort, right down to last light. The large magnification range also allows flexible and versatile use in any hunting environment, whether you’re stalking, driven hunting or high seat shooting.
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