EOTECH Vudu: Rifle Scope Voodoo

The EOTECH Vudu series is a line of rifle scopes and Low Power Variable Optics available from, you guessed it, EOTech.

Bushnell AR Optics Drop Zone 223 – Ramen Noodle LPVO

The Bushnell AR Optics brand is an expansive one that includes a wide variety of red dots, prisms, and LPVOs. Today we  look at one of the lowest-priced LPVOs on the market, a true Ramen Noodle LPVO. This particular model is the Bushnell AR Optics Drop Zone 223 variant, and if you shop smart, you […]

Get your Ghillie Suit Out | PA Releases a New Long-Range Precision Optic

It’s hunting season! And we all know what that means. If you don’t have yourself a long-range precision optic, you might want to start looking.

Don’t just take the shot, Record it | ATN X-Sight LTE Digital Scope Series

What if you could get a digital rifle scope that works great during the day, has a night vision mode, can record video when you make that shot of the year, is lightweight, has a low power consumption, and is easy to mount—would you be interested? Well, look no further because ATN claims they have […]

Black Collar Arms: Forged Carbon Fiber Scope Rings

Black Collar Arms has advised they’re bringing out a series of forged carbon fiber components. Beginning with scope rings in 30mm and 34mm diameter, the new components will be manufactured with the same material originally developed by Lamborghini and Calloway. It’s reportedly stronger than titanium with just one third the weight.  The new weapon accouterments will be […]

Need shot certainty on your hunt? Check out the Real Avid scope level

A scope level isn't an absolute requirement for precision shooting, but it surely does help. That's important, especially when shooting certainty is a must.

Meopta USA debuts new Optika5 line of riflescopes

The Meopta Optika5 is the newest line of riflescopes from Meopta Sports Optics. There will be 6 different styles, all Second Focal Plane reticles.

Should You “Under Magnify” Your Rifle? (The Red Dot at Long Ranges)

What can you do with a .308 with little-to-no magnification? Try a red dot and see.

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