What can an LPVO do for you? Kyle Defoor of Tactical-Life has some answers about using an LPVO on your AR-platform rifle or carbine.
There's more to an LPVO than simply mounting one to your gun and calling it a day. Here's a guide for selecting and using one.
Prism Optics seem to be making a comeback, and I'm happy to see it. For the contemporary semi-auto rifle or even a PCC, a prism optic can be an outstanding choice. New companies are joining the game. Swmapfox is making magnified prisms with a class-leading 52-foot field of view. Steiner is producing new Prism Optics, as is Athlon Optics.
An LPVO (Low Power Variable Optic) provides a range of magnification to be selected by the person looking downrange. We'll look at pros and cons of its use.
Glyn Bindon did a lot for the gun industry, including creating the ACOG, tritium night sights, and the Bindon Aiming Concept.
An LPVO (Low Powered Variable Optic) like the Primary Arms ACSS provides many options that a traditional red dot optic does not, including better "PID."