Optics

Accuracy 1st Anti-Cant Scope level is easy to install and mil-spec tough. It's curved vial and ceramic ball bearing allow for smooth adjustment and discrimination down to less than 1 degree of cant.

Best Scope Level for Long-Range Accuracy

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.

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Gun Photos: Best AR-15 Optics

From military to police, to competition and survival uses, there's an optics solution ideal for your AR-15. Patrick Sweeney takes a look at some of the newest and very best scopes and red dots for the AR-15 platform.

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Bushnell Supports The Folds of Honor Program

Bushnell Outdoor Products, an industry leader in sports optics and outdoor accessories, contributed $200,000 in 2011 to the Folds of Honor Foundation. Since establishing a partnership in 2010, Bushnell has contributed nearly $300,000 to the foundation.

Savage Model 11/111 Lady Hunter

Youth Deer Guns, Setup No. 6

Don't let this gun's girly label fool you. The Savage Model 11/111 has a lot to offer for any young shooter, male or female.

Harrington and Richardson Superlight Handi-Rifle Compact

Youth Deer Guns, Setup No. 5

The Harrington & Richardson Superlight Handi-Rifle Compact is a well-designed fit for the youngest hunters, as well as one that's simple and safe to use.

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Youth Deer Guns, Setup No. 4

Youth Deer Gun, Setup No. 4--Not all deer will walk under your treestand and let you take a poke at 25 yards. Nope, those "other" deer, better known as the mule deer of the western plains, require a much different rig than their skittish cousins of the hardwoods.

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Video: Understanding Mils (Milliradians)

NSSF's Ryan Cleckner explains the measurement term "milliradian" (mil) and how to use a mil-dot scope to measure the distance to your target at the range and in the field.

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Video: Understanding Minute of Angle

NSSF's Ryan Cleckner explains the measurement term "minute of angle" (MOA) and how to use MOA adjustments on your scope for sighting in and to compensate for bullet drop at varying distances.