Holosun SCRS (Solar Charging Rifle Sight): An In-Depth Review

Through my initial testing and usage, I can safely say that I like the Holosun SCRS red dot. Based on what I've seen so far, I think it will be a winner and serve as an excellent option for an AR-15 rifle. Read on and check it out for yourself, though!

Sig Sauer: What’s The Difference Between Romeo 5 and 5X?

Have you wondered what the difference is between the Sig Romeo 5 and Romeo 5X?

Vortex Binoculars: A Review of the Triumph 10x42mm Binos

Vortex's Triumph HD 10x42mm binoculars currently sell for $99.99 at Gunmag Warehouse. In addition to that great price, there is a 15% off coupon as this is being written. For that price, you cannot possibly beat these binoculars! In the end, they may not be fancy, but they sure do get the job done.

Top 5 Affordable Rifle Optics

An optic on your rifle is a good idea these days and they don't have to be expensive to get quality. Here's our top five affordable rifle optics.

Budget Rifle Scope Comparison: Vortex Crossfire II vs. Sig Buckmasters

We put two scopes at similar price points up against each other: the Vortex Crossfire II and Sig Buckmasters. Do we have a favorite? Can we have a favorite? Let's find out.

Vortex Sparc II Red Dot Optic: Is It Still Being Made?

If you are looking for a compact red dot for your AR-15 or shotgun, I'd take a serious look at the Sparc II or one of the newer AR and Solar models.

Sightmark Wraith HD Digital Rifle Scope

For a digital optic that sells in the $400-$500 range, the Sightmark Wraith is a great deal. If you want a digital scope but don’t want to shell out a bunch of money, this is the perfect option.

Sig Sauer Buckmaster 10x42mm Binoculars: High Quality, Good Price

A surefire gift for a family member can be hard to come by but you’re in luck if they’re outdoorsy in any sense. Sig Sauer offers their 10x42mm binoculars at a modest price for a high-quality product.

Review: ATN ThOR 4 640 2.5-25X

Thermal optics have come a long way and ATN has been a huge part of making them affordable. Here's a look at the ATN ThOR 4 640, a relatively affordable, but well-performing thermal scope.

EOTech HWS 512.A65: A Review

It’s hard to beat the testing and real-life field use of a product of the US Armed Forces. When a soldier performs weapons training or carries a weapon into the battlefield, it receives the ultimate test. It’s hard to duplicate that level of wear and tear on a product. Three popular optics companies that have endured such stress include Aimpoint, Trijicon (ACOG), and EOTech. Compared to other optics out there, however, the EOTech 512 is on the bulky side. It hasn’t really changed a lot since it was first introduced.

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