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Review: EOTech Vudu 5-25X Riflescope

One of the hottest trends in firearms is long-range rifle shooting. Due to its popularity, innovative products have entered the market, providing shooters with the tools they need to make hits at previously unheard-of distances.

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XS Sights R3D 2.0 Tritium Night Sights

Preview: XS Sights R3D 2.0 Tritium Night Sights

A complete re-design of the well-loved, made-in-Texas R3D sight configuration has resulted in version 2.0 with a brighter, stronger and easier-to-install product from XS Sights.

Review: Burris Veracity PH 4-20X 50 mm

While the basic design of modern hunting rifles has changed little since the 1950s, great strides have been made within the realm of hunting optics during that same time.

Special Spring Savings From Zeiss

Just in time for the spring hunting and shooting season, take advantage of $200 off a new Zeiss Conquest HD binocular or, with the purchase of a Zeiss LRP S5 riflescope, receive a Conquest HD 15x56 mm binocular for free.

The Sliding Trend Of Optic-Equipped Pistols In 2024

A recent study points to a sliding trend, pistols with pre-mounted reflex sights has been declining and “… been performing at a lower level than no red dot since mid-2022.”

Review: Holosun 507 Comp

Built on the RMR footprint, Holosun’s latest red-dot entrant to the competitive pistol market features an enlarged window, target-oriented reticle system and user-customization.

New For 2024: Burris FastFire C

Burris Optics entered 2024 with an update to its FastFire red-dot line-up. The New FastFire C is built specifically to work aboard micro-compact handguns designed for concealed carry.

Preview: Swampfox Sentinel

The smallest micro red-dot in Swampfox’s lineup, the Sentinel was designed specifically for use aboard micro- and sub-compact pistols.

Review: Bushnell Match Pro ED 5-30X 56 mm

Bushnell has earned a reputation for quality glass in the hunting sphere, and the Match Pro ED demonstrates that it is equally capable of making high-quality long-range optics for competitors.

Review: Maven CRS.2 4-16X 44 mm

By cutting out the middleman, Maven Optics’ direct-to-consumer business model has been a key to the company’s success, as it has allowed the Wyoming-based company to offer first-rate products at price points that might otherwise suggest questionable quality.

The Trijicon RMR HD & RCR: Next-Gen Ruggedness

Expanding its trend-setting line of super-duty micro red-dot sights with a new generation of the original and an all-new enclosed emitter, Trijicon proves, once again, that it’s one of the toughest, smartest kids on the block.

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