I am asked about rifles scopes and red dot sights often. Which one should I buy, is just under who should I marry in the overall importance, and very hard to answer for another person. When you add that the student doesn’t know exactly what they are going to do with the rifle scope, the answer is even more elusive. The bottom line is the budget.
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The trend is easy to see. Glass for Modern Sporting Rifles (MSR)—such as the AR-15 and other rifles of the ilk—and long-range shooting continues to gain ground.
Nikon recently unveiled its newest archery laser rangefinder (LRF), the Nikon ARROW ID 3000. The ARROW ID (Incline/Decline) 3000 is tailored to the rangefinding needs of archers across the globe—whether hunting, shooting 3D, or any other competition.
Nikon has announced the release of the PROSTAFF 3S binocular, featuring 8×42 and 10×42 models. These new optics offer Nikon’s legendary optical quality, along with a durable waterproof/fogproof exterior design, satisfying the diverse demands of sport optic beginners to seasoned veterans—at a price you can afford!
Bob Campbell takes a hard look at the Nikon M-223 riflescope as well as other important features for the modern AR-15 rifle. Check out this post to discover why it is such a powerhouse for three-gun, varmint hunting and tactical use.
You were a very good boy or girl this Christmas. The one thing that you asked for was a new rifle. Your spouse, significant other, child or really good friend decided that they were going to be your hero and buy it for you. So now what?
Cheaper Than Dirt! staffers covering the 2014 SHOT Show have filed third-day reports on optics introduced at the show.
After my purchase of a Ruger SR–556E, my next decision was to choose the optic. I wanted something to enhance the BUIS that came standard. You just can’t go wrong with names such as Leupold, Swarovski, Zeiss, Meopta, Nikon, and others. Because I am a hunter at heart—I decided on a varmint reticle in a Redfield revenge series.