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Nikon M-223 Series Riflescopes

Nikon’s M-223 series scopes provide good value and can definitely serve long-range AR shooters.

How to Mount a Scope

Anyone who can operate a screwdriver can mount a scope. Here’s how to mate your scope to your rifle and get it on paper.

Reticle Focus

Focusing your reticle only does just that-it makes your reticle clear-and has nothing to do with the sharpness of your target?

Bushnell Elite 4200 Scope Preview

Bushnell Elite 4200 Scope Preview

Vortex Razor HD 5-20X 50 MM

With its careful design and rugged construction, the Razor 5-20X offers many operator-friendly features including an easy-to-use, uncluttered rangefinding reticle.

NRA Gun Gear of the Week: Leupold VX-Freedom Rimfire Scope

Joe Kurtenbach takes a closer look at Leupold’s VX-Freedom Rimfire 3-9X 40 mm scope.

Product Preview: Primary Arms 3X Compact Prism Scope

At 15.4 ozs. and 5.6" in length, the Primary Arms 3X Compact Prism riflescope includes a five-slot section of Picatinny rail for the installation of an additional unmagnified optic.

Leupold Announces SX-5 Santiam HD Spotting Scope

The SX-5 Santiam HD Spotting Scope was designed for both hunters and shooters.

Nikon's M-223 Riflescope

Nikon’s M-223 scope is designed for the .223/5.56x45 mm cartridge.

How To Mount A Precision Riflescope

Mounting a scope on a rifle for precision shooting can be a difficult and frustrating endeavor when doing it yourself. Here, we look at some tips on how to best accomplish precision scope mounting for rifles.

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