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Reaching Out With Trijicon’s Accupower

The American gunsight company best known for its revolutionary both-eyes-open aiming concept, military-contract battle optics and industry-changing tritium night sights is now all-in on the high-magnification, long-range riflescope market.

Leupold Announces SX-4 Pro Guide HD Spotting Scope Line

Two SX-4 Pro Guide HD spotters will be available: a 20-60x85 mm model and a 15-45x6 5mm model.

Big Sky Country's Bergara Academy

The all-new Bergara Academy is challenging the outdated perception that long-distance shooting is some sort of elitist pursuit, one where exotic rigs, Olympic stamina and MENSA cards are membership mandatory.

Bushnell Introduces Three Brand New Optics Lines

Bushnell has launched three completely new lines of sport optics: Forge, Nitro and Prime riflescopes, binoculars, spotting scopes and laser rangefinders.

SIG Gambles Big And Wins

The story of SIG Sauer since the turn of the century is the tale of a once-floundering company reinventing itself, ably reading the market, taking the right chances and riding its core principles to resurgence.

Field Tested: MTM High-Low Shooting Table

Best known for its wide variety of sturdy polymer ammunition boxes, MTM Case-Gard has successfully tackled the rough terrain problem with the new High-Low Shooting Table.

SIG Sauer Electro-Optics Review

Best known for its pistols and rifles, SIG Sauer has expanded into suppressors, ammunition and, as covered here, an entire optics line all its own.

Fear & Loading: 5 Worst Reasons for Warranty Service

Bushnell unveiled a new “Yes That’s Covered” No Questions Asked Lifetime Warranty this year that covers riflescopes, binoculars and spotting scopes in the company’s Trophy, Trophy Xtreme, Legend, Elite and Elite Tactical lines.

Swarovski Z6i 2.5-15X 44 mm

Austrian manufacturer Swarovski Optik produces binoculars, spotting scopes and riflescopes that have the highest reputation for performance, but also come at a substantial cost.

Redfield 8X 32 mm Rebel Binoculars

The aluminum-chassis Rebel weighs only 17 ozs. and measures 4¾" in length (with twist-up eyecups extended) and 5¼" wide (fully opened)—a benefit of the in-line roof-prism design.

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