Ballistic Turret Solution Available For All Styrka Riflescopes

Styrka Optics is very pleased to announce that Kenton Industries now offers their new ballistic strips for all Styrka riflescopes.

What is a ballistic strip you ask? The ballistic strip is a custom bullet drop compensator (BDC) strip that wraps around the existing elevation turret on your Styrka riflescope. The strip is laser engraved in 50 yard increment markings for factory ammo, handloads and personal field data so that you can easily dial the distance to your target. All you have to do is range your target, dial to the corresponding yardage marker on your turret and pull the trigger. The ballistic strip eliminates the need to count clicks, carry a dope chart or do math on the fly. The strip is made of a weather, U.V. light, and chemical resistant material providing years of outdoor use and is guaranteed not to unwrap due to adverse weather conditions. In addition to the strip you also get a laser engraved label with your cartridge specifications that can be applied to the top of the turret.

To order a custom ballistic strip for your Styrka riflescope, simply access the Kenton Industries website at

There, you can choose the Styrka optic you own, the “Yardage Format” dial you’d like the turret calibrated to (Speed Dial, LR Hunter, Military), data on your factory ammunition or hand-loads, scope height, and other data points. With the provided information Kenton Industries will make your strip and within three weeks (on average), you will receive a customized yardage marked ballistic strip that adheres to your existing Styrka turret. If interested they also offer a 10mph crosswind ballistic strip that can be adhered to your windage turret to compensate for wind based off of the same ballistics.

We are excited to partner with Kenton Industries and offer a solution to our customers looking for custom ballistic turrets. Happy Shooting!

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