ZF 3.5-26×56 Packs Power, Flexibility into Small Size Carl Zeiss Optronics unveils the ZF 3.5-26×56, which offers an amazing 3.5X to 26X magnification range. The 3.5X starting magnification lets shooters use the sight at mid- and close ranges, while its high magnifications deliver reliable target identification. This telescopic sight features an ultra-short design so it can use night sights and infrared attachments. Its front lens diameter measures 56mm, as snipers often require. Its adjustment range offers 360 clicks on the elevation turret, allowing snipers to hit their targets at extreme distances. The ZF 3.5-26×56 also features a diopter and parallax compensation for image focusing. Carl Zeiss Optronics GmbH is the defense and security division of Carl Zeiss AG. It offers optical and optronic equipment for all military capability categories, such as intelligence and reconnaissance, command and control, survival and protection, and mobility and maneuverability. For more information call 800-441-3005, or visit zeiss.com. Leapers Debuts UTG Prism Tactical 4X CQB Scope The new SCP-T4CDQ tactical SWAT scope from Leapers features compact size and an advanced optic system with a multi-emerald coated prism lens for sharp clarity in close-quarters combat situations. The scope is equipped with innovative zero lockable, resettable target turrets, SWAT RGB illumination with flexible brightness, and instant target aiming (ITA) technology. Its circle dot reticle (CDR) is etched into the glass for mission-critical CQB applications. This scope is built on a true-strength platform, and is completely sealed and nitrogen-filled for shockproof, fogproof and rainproof performance. It also features an integral one-piece QD mount with a quick-detach level-lock. For more information, call 734-542-1500, or visit leapers.com. Meprolight Unveils MEPRO MOR Tri-Powered Reflex Sight Meprolight Optical has increased its stock of sights for tactical weapons to meet a growing demand in the U.S. market. The new Mepro MOR is an all-in-one electro-optical sight, with a reticle that’s zeroed simultaneously using one zero system. Its Illumination is powered by ambient light during daylight, by tritium during darkness, and by battery power when needed to overcome difficult lighting situations. It includes built-in visible and IR laser designators. Both lasers and the products are available from the Mako Group, and meet the needs of the military, Special Forces units, law-enforcement agencies, SWAT teams, security organizations, and civilian weapons enthusiasts. Meprolight Optical Sights are standard issue for the Israeli Defense Forces. For more information contact Meprolight at 646-827-1194 or visit meprolight.com. Trueview Konig Adds 1-4X Riflescope to Lineup New to Bresser’s diverse lineup of Trueview Konig riflescopes for AR15 and police/military rifles is the 1-4×24 model, which is ideal for close-quarters combat or mid-range precision sniping. All Trueview Konig riflescopes are built with a one-piece aluminum body, fitted with fully multi-coated lenses, and finished with a hard anodized coating. Their illuminated reticle dot features selectable brightness, and each riflescope comes with a set of 30mm rings. The field of view for the 1-4×24 Konig at 100 yards is 100.5 feet at 1X, and 15.3 feet at 4X. For more information, call 888-599-7597, or visit bresser.com. DSA RPD Carbine DSA took the Soviet-designed RPD machine gun chambered in 7.62×39 and tweaked it with their own improvements to modernize the weapon. They’ve adapted it to accept any M16-style adjustable stock, designed their own rail handguard and foregrip, and fluted and shortened the barrel to 17.5 inches in their “carbine” version, with an updated flash hider. Furniture has been upgraded to synthetic. The RPD has a cyclic rate of 650 RPM, and the DSA carbine version has been shortened by 6 inches and lightened by 3 pounds compared to the original. The weapon will soon be available in 6.8 Rem SPC. For more information, please visit dsarms.com, or call 847-277-7258. Kel Tec RFB Bullpup A new item from the folks at Kel Tec is their 24-inch heavy profile barreled RFB. (Rifle, Forward Ejecting Bullpup) The concept was to give hunters already familiar with the ballistics of a 24-inch barrel the same effects in a more compact weapon, with the RFB’s forward ejection, ambidextrous controls, top Picatinny rail, chrome-lined chamber and bore, and adjustable short-stroke gas system. Barrels are threaded for a number of muzzle devices. The RFB is fed with cheap and plentiful FAL magazines, and ships with a 20-round mag. The RFB is expected to be available by the second quarter of 2012, with a projected retail of approx. $2,130.00. For more information, please visit keltecweapons.com, or call 321-631-0068.