Sightron SIII hunting binoculars are relatively compact and light enough to be carried on a strap around your neck. They offer one-piece body construction and a roof prism erecting system.
SIGHTRON IS VIRTUALLY the new boy on the block when it comes to hunting optics. The company was formed in 1993 and their riflescopes have been enthusiastically received by American hunters. The SI and SII Big Sky series are claimed to offer “by far the best value in the industry today” and the totally redesigned SII Side Focus models and 30mm SIII Series Side Focus scopes represent the next generation of premium optical quality. Sightron target scopes have been adopted by many benchrest competitors in the U.S where they have won wide acclaim for their optical excellence and precise and repeatable click adjustments. I have three Sightron Big Sky variables on my own rifles and cannot fault them.
Not so well known are Sightron’s premium binocular line. The importer, Herron Security & Sport sent for review a pair of SIII mid-size binoculars in the two most popular hunting sizes – 8×42 and 10×42
These Japanese-made binoculars are crystal clear and offer features costing hundreds of dollars more on other brands. For the hunter, a binocular is one of the most important pieces of equipment he carries with him. A good binocular will always make a trip more successful by permitting him to see better and locate hard-to-see game.