Nowadays, it's pretty easy to spend more on a scope than a rifle. But Burris is trying to defray the cost of optics by offering some of its popular aiming solutions as affordable all-in-one kits.
Steiner has added a good share of new optics to its catalog for 2015. Here are three innovative additions that appear ready to get shooters on target.
Shooters have been hunting out ACOGs, top-shelf ARs and other pricey merchandise at one Arizona gun store.
Long-distance shooters searching for a spotting scope might find everything they want and more in Swarovski's new optic. With illuminated reticle with first focal plane subtensions, the STR 80 is engineered to get shooter on target fast, no matter the distance.
EOTech has released a couple new sights that are certain to bob shooters' corks. What makes the new red-dot optics so nifty is their ability to run off one of the most common batteries in the world.
Aimpoint has always been at the forefront of electronic red-dot optics. And recently, the Swedish company expanded its catalog with a couple new optics that might be worth drawing a bead on.
There is no doubt about it, concealed carry continues to grow nationwide. In fact, for a retailer in Idaho, the practice is one of the prime drivers of his store's business.
Reflex sights continue to grow in popularity for a simple reason, they work. And Sightmark's new reflex sight looks to have all the bells and whistles shooters are looking for in the handy optic.
Night Optics has offered shooters night vision solutions for going on two decades. And recently, the California company has introduced two new optics covering a wide spectrum of applications.