Manufacturers have produced a number of optics over the course of the past year. Here’s a look at our picks for the best optics of 2015.
The Shooter Ready range simulator allows you to get lots of range estimation practice using your reticle without burning up any ammo.
A modestly priced .22 with exceptional out-of-the-box accuracy is topped with the Leatherwood USMC Sniper scope, making for one classy rimfire.
New Leupold Twilight Max technology in the VX-3i line of scopes enhances brightness and clarity in low-light conditions, making them ideal for hunters.
New for SHOT Show 2016 is the just released Glock 17 MOS and Glock 19 MOS (Modular Optic System), reviewed here by popular Youtuber Hank Strange.
Long-range shooting is hot in Oklahoma, leading to brisk riflescope sales for one retailer.
If you’re a fan of Col. Jeff Cooper’s bolt-action brainchild, Leupold’s VX-R Scout FireDot scout scope may be just the ticket.
Now pre-mounted, Aimpoint's Micro Sights are ready for action straight from the box.
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..