Bushnell First Strike 2.0: How Does It Compare to Other Red Dots?
Lightweight, rugged and priced around $200, the updated Bushnell First Strike 2.0 answers the call as a dependable primary or secondary optic.
Where Does the SIG ROMEO1PRO Fit on the Red Dot Spectrum?
To answer the growing trend toward carry optics, the updated SIG ROMEO1PRO stands as an upper echelon choice for pistols.
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New Black Force100 Expands Nikon’s Tactical Optics Line
Delivering a broader range of magnifications, along with new reticle design, the Nikon Black Force100 1-6x24 riflescope brings more fight to your AR.
Why Your Carbine Needs a Reliable Backup Iron Sight and How to Use It
Maintain the critical skillset, and the appropriate gear, to forever keep you and your carbine in the fight with a quality iron sight setup.
Primary Arms Releases Gold Series Line of Riflescopes
Featuring aluminum bodies and steel components, along with illuminated reticles, the Primary Arms Gold Series scopes are tough and ready for duty or sport.
Crimson Trace 5 Series Delivers Mid-Range, Tactical Platform
Loaded with premium-level features, the new Crimson Trace 5 Series, in 3-18x50mm, provides a solid, do-everything long-range scope for tactical and sport.
Max Michel Sets 2 Speed Shooting Records Using SIG ROMEO3MAX
With a P320X5 topped with the new SIG ROMEO3MAX open reflex sight, Max Michel smashed two speed shooting records at World Speed Shooting Championship.
How TACOMHQ Optical Accessories Are Legitimately Changing the Game
Responsible for multiple shots beyond two miles, Lauren Young explores why TACOMHQ and its collection of target acquisition accessories are the real deal.
Trijicon VCOG 1-8×28: New Optics Born Out of Military Requests
Designed for the U.S. military, with a forged aluminum body and first focal plane reticle, the Trijicon VCOG 1-8x28 is ready for rough duty or competition.