New: Bushnell Match Pro ED 5-30X 56 mm Riflescope With Deploy MOA Reticle

Bushnell releases MOA version of its Match Pro ED 5-30X 56 mm optic with Deploy MOA reticle.

posted on January 3, 2024
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Bushnell said its new Match Pro ED MOA 5-30X 56 mm riflescope “can get shooters on target at any range and is a versatile across any rifle platform whether rimfire, centerfire or air rifle.” The Deploy MOA 2 reticle has refined and staggered line weights, bisected hashes, terminated hold-under for a clearer field of view and a milling section.

Bushnell has released an MOA version of the Match Pro ED 5-30X 56 mm riflescope with the all-new Deploy MOA 2 reticle.

More from Bushnell: “In stock and shipping now, the Match Pro ED MOA 5-30X 56 mm has the same original features and high-quality glass that competitive shooters have come to rely on, plus it gives a blue-ribbon option to those who prefer to work in MOA adjustments instead of MRAD.”

Bushnell Match Pro ED 56 mm optic
The 34 mm maintube of the Bushnell Match Pro ED MOA 5-30X 56 mm optic expands elevation to 100 MOA of travel and windage to 50 MOA. Plus, the locking turrets have large and bold lettering to easily see the digits quickly.


Bushnell’s new Match Pro ED MOA 5-30X 56 mm optic sports a 34 mm main tube and provides 100 MOA in elevation adjustments and 50 MOA in windage adjustments. The Match Pro ED also boasts an ED (Extra-Low Dispersion) Prime 56 mm objective that incorporates Bushnell’s patented EXO Barrier coating for protection against the elements.

The Deploy MOA 2 reticle has a theme similar to the Deploy MIL 2 reticle, but the turrets are in ¼-MOA clicks and the elevation turret has an extra row of numerals to help shooters keep track of their dial into the second revolution up from zero. The integral holdover tree lets a shooter instantly adjust the point of aim without dialing, as well as allowing for 68 up, 20 down and 34 MOA left or right adjustment. Since it is glass-etched, the Deploy MOA 2 reticle is always visible and also has 11 brightness settings. Additionally, the Match Pro ED MOA 5-30X 56 mm optic has a six-hour auto-off illumination timer for increased battery life.

Due to the reticle being etched in the first focal plane, the subtensions are always accurate—regardless of the magnification setting. In addition, the parallax is adjustable down to just 15 yards.

More standard features included on the Match Pro ED optic are an integral Easy Set zero stop and two-stage pop-up rev-indicator, removable three-position power change lever and removable sunshade.

“We heard the requests loud and clear and knew it was time to bring out an MOA version of the Match Pro ED riflescope,” Travis Overfelt, Bushnell’s Engineer and Product Manager for Competition and Tactical Optics said. “In doing so, we modified the reticle and turrets to accommodate MOA.”

MSRP is $699.99. To learn more about the Bushnell Match Pro ED MOA 5-30X 56 mm riflescope, go to


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