Precision shooting at close range is definitely more than a point-and-shoot affair. Understanding how to holdover for offset will get your shots on target.
Not taking into account A1 and A2 iron sights, your AR can have one of two types of optics - red-dot sights or magnified scopes. Here's a look at both.
Trying to decode conflicting measurement systems on rifle scopes using MOA- turrets with Mil-based reticles is now a thing of the past on Leupold's line of optics thanks to their new TS-32X1 MOA-based reticle.
The FLIR ThermoSight R-Series offers something the consumer market has been missing for some time now -- a top-of-the-line thermal scope that, price-wise, falls in line with night vision technology.
For precision shooters and discriminating hunters that want quality optics at a lower price point, the new Nightforce SHV (Shooter, Hunter, Varminter) answers your wishes.
Instead of dropping several thousand dollars on a night-vision scope, check out Bering Optics’ new Night Probe, an attachment that converts almost any daytime scope into a night-vision scope.
From iron sights to high-powered scopes, anyone paying attention knows optics abound in the firearms world. Here are three new low-powered options unveiled at the 2014 SHOT Show that may be worth scoping in on.
In general, the least magnification that gives you a clear target image is the best scope magnification. Noted long-range shooting authority Wayne van Zwoll explains why.
Redfield use to be the acme in hunting scopes. The brand still has a fine selection in this realm, but has made headway in another shooting niche. The Battlefield line has proved popular enough Redfield is offering a new version of the scope.