Red Dot Magnifier: Is It Still Relevant?

A red dot magnifier is a great tool if using a red dot on a rifle. However, have LPVOs taken its place? Let's discuss the role of the magnifier in the LPVO age.

Vortex Solo Monocular: Durable and Affordable

A monocular is an important piece of equipment for any firearms collection. Whether looking for hits on a target or to identify game in the field, the Vortex Solo is priced right and perfect to fill that role.

Do You Have One of These in Your Safe? Cool Guns, Optics, and Lights

There's a few toys worth adding to your collection. Simply put, here's some cool guns, optics, and lights worth putting into your safe that are worth the price of admission.

Red Dot Showdown: Swampfox Sentinel II vs Vortex Defender-CCW

Searching for a micro-reflex sight is somewhat frustrating with so many companies producing them. If you don’t know what you’re looking for, you could end up with a cheap red dot that won’t last through the week. But don’t worry; there are some great quality optics out there that sell for a reasonable price. Let's discuss two of them.

Flip-to-Side Magnifier or Illuminated Prism Scope?

With all the options we have today, settling with one type of optic is not something we should be expected to do, right? We have red dots and rifle scopes, and for medium distances, LPVOs, and prism scopes. But, it can be hard to determine which setup is right for you. Let's take a look at magnifiers and prism scope setups and determine some of the pros and cons of each.

Review: Vortex Venom LPVO SFP 1-6X24 Rifle Scope

Vortex has released their new LPVO by way of the Venom SFP 1-6x24 with an AR-BDC3 illuminated reticle, true 1x magnification, and many other features. For this review, the Venom was put through, heat, cold, dropping, and range testing. After the abuse, how did this optic fair?

Vortex Crossfire II 4-12x44mm Rifle Scope: A Hidden Gem

The Vortex Crossfire II is a great entry-level rifle scope that promises both quality and affordability, making it a must-have for any mid-range hunter or bolt gun enthusiast.

Red Dot Showdown: Aimpoint ACO vs Sig Romeo 7

These days, optics come in all shapes and sizes, with some selling for as little as $99, while others exceed $1,000. Today, we'll take a look at two well-known "budget" optics and find out whether one is better than the other.

Sig Romeo 4T: Durability in a Small Footprint

The Sig Romeo 4T is a fantastic addition to the current collective of rifle red dot optics. While Sig is a relatively new name in the optics game, this red dot has every feature you can imagine and is nothing short of Sig quality.

Top 5 Optics Companies and Their Flagship Products

Red dots are fast becoming a standard attachment for handguns, combat shotguns, ARs, and more. This has led to an increased supply and demand for optics, which is good for consumers. It means we have lots of choices. But choosing the right one is not an easy task. If you want to keep things simple and focus on the best optic companies out there, here are 5 of the best you can find.

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