The Benefits of an LPVO on your AR or Carbine

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.

AR15 LPVO Beginner User Guide

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.

The Power of Prism Optics – Suck It LPVOs

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.

Low Powered Variable Optic: Pros and Cons of the LPVO

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.

The Bindon Aiming Concept – Use Two Eyes

Glyn Bindon did a lot for the gun industry, including creating the ACOG, tritium night sights, and the Bindon Aiming Concept.

Report: Primary Arms Platinum 1-8×24 FFP Optic

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."

Co-Witnessing Optics and Irons Sights

<p>When selecting optics for your firearm there are some things you should know if you want to co-witness your iron sights.</p>

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