Tactical Optics

Whether it is the newest illuminated reticle or good old fashioned iron sights, the right optics are key in shooting accuracy. The reviews, news and videos in Gun Digest’s tactical optics section are certain to help you set your crosshairs on the best optics for your rifle, handgun or shotgun.

Smith & Wesson M&P Pro C.O.R.E. Review. Photos by Alex Landeen

Core Strength: Smith & Wesson M&P Pro C.O.R.E. Review

Last year, Smith & Wesson added an integral mounting system for optical reflex sights and designated the guns as C.O.R.E models, the acronym indicating Competition Optics Ready Equipment. Dick Jones reviews the Smith & Wesson M&P Pro C.O.R.E..

Glock 40 MOS Review.

Glock 40 MOS Review

Glock’s G40 Gen4 MOS proves that adding a reflex sight to a high-capacity, high-power handgun doesn’t have to be a costly, cumbersome ordeal.

Eotech Holosights are also very popular. This is a basic 512 model that sells for around $400 and uses AA batteries, for those of you not yet into the Lithium age.

AR-15 Optics: Red Dots

Now is a great time to add an AR-15 optic to your rifle or carbine. In Part I, Muramatsu looks at the latest in red dot scopes for ARs.