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.
A no-frills, easy to mount high-definition video camera, the ATN Shot Trak HD attaches to a standard weaver mount for easy mounting on rifles, shotguns, handguns or bows.
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.
Inteliscope hit the market in June, turning Apple devices into a digital scopes. Now, after its latest update, the app does a whole bunch more -- including predicting a bullet's trajectory no matter the gun's position.
The number of scope options available to modern shooters is overwhelming. Here are some questions to begin asking.