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If you have to pull your head back to see a full field or prevent the ocular ring from dinging your brow, your rifle scope is mounted too far back. Check out these tips on how to scope a rifle.
The number of scope options available to modern shooters is overwhelming. Here are some questions to begin asking.
One variable you need to keep under control when long-range shooting is rifle and scope level. To compliment the Whiz Wheel, Accuracy 1st has developed the very slick Anti-Cant Scope Level.
Introduced at the 2012 SHOT Show in Las Vegas, the Leatherwood/Hi-Lux Wm. Malcolm 8X USMC sniper scope is the newest “old” scope on the market.
You have made the decision to hunt with your new big-bore revolver, and now you are facing the decision of choosing a sighting system for this short-barreled firearm. Or maybe you will only be punching paper and not hunting. What is the best system available? That depends. There are a number of factors [...]
Testing the Leatherwood ART scope at long range, does it live up to the fanfare?
For the general purpose AR, a dedicated weapon-mounted light is a popular accessory, whether mounted on the rail or the vertical foregrip. If you’re using a remote tape switch with your light, there are a couple of critical points to watch for.
In this installment, Part II, we’ll discuss setting up and sighting in the Leatherwood Hi-Lux M1000 ART Scope – a unique optic developed during the Vietnam War.
For 2012, Nikon has expanded its precision AR optics line with the introduction of the new P-223 series. Built specifically for the .223 cartridge, the P-223 line is available in 3-9×40 and 3×32 Carbine models, each with Spot On™ optimized BDC AR-specific reticles. Nikon has really sweetened the deal on these all-new P-223 scopes [...]
Thanks to everyone who entered to win a copy of “Own the Night.” Blog readers were quick to identify several errors in last week’s “what’s wrong with this picture” question.