Maven launches the CRS Series of scopes. I’ve had some time behind the Maven optics, primarily the binocular side of things. I utilized the B.5 binos for an elk hunt in Canada, and if the CRS series holds a candle to the B.5, anyone looking for a new scope is put on notice.
Maven developed the CRS.1 and CRS.2 based on their award-winning C Series collection. Solely based on customer demand and popularity, the CRS.1 and CRS.2, Maven developed a completely new line-up of rifle scopes. Not only does this introduction fulfill those needs, but the series also allows hunters and shooters a quality option at an affordable price.
Maven CRS.1 Riflescope
- MSRP: $450
- Description: The CRS.1 is the do-it-all, second-focal-plane model in the new CRS Series. It features Maven’s C Series glass while offering a 3-12x zoom and a 40mm objective lens. As a result, it provides an exceptionally clear, bright and high-contrast image with excellent color fidelity. It’s also equipped with a new CSHR reticle specifically developed for the CRS Series. A unique version of Maven’s popular Simplified Holdover Reticle, the CSHR offers 0.25 MOA/click units for simple adjustments and holdovers. Thanks to the second focal plane design the CSHR reticle remains crisp and clear at all magnifications. With a lightweight 14.18 oz. footprint and a streamlined profile, the CRS.1 covers all the bases for most hunting situations and is offered at a great value with Maven’s D-to-C business model. It’s also covered by the brand’s lifetime warranty.
Maven CRS.2 Riflescope
- MSRP: $550
- Description: The CRS.2 was developed for those who need extra reach with a 4-16x zoom range, side parallax adjustment, a compact tube base and a larger 44mm objective to grab every ounce of critical light. It features Maven’s award-winning C Series glass to offer an exceptionally clear, bright and high-contrast image with excellent color fidelity. It’s also equipped with a new CSHR reticle specifically developed for the CRS Series. A unique version of Maven’s popular Simplified Holdover Reticle, the CSHR offers 0.25 MOA/click units for simple adjustments and holdovers. The reticle also remains crisp and clear at all magnifications thanks to the scope’s second focal plane design. Offered at a great value thanks for Maven’s D-to-C business model and covered by a lifetime warranty, the CRS.2 is a great optic for hunters in need of higher magnification.
As promised, Maven continually produces quality glass folks depend upon in the field or on the range. If you’d like more information on Maven optics visit: https://mavenbuilt.com/ ~ KJ
Kevin Jarnagin (KJ) hails from Oklahoma but quickly established Louisiana roots after joining the Gun Talk team. KJ grew up as a big game hunter and often finds himself in a bass boat. Whether it’s making his way to British Columbia for elk or training with pistols, KJ always seems to find a gun in his hands and adventure on his mind.