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Super Hero Batteries

Shooters use a lot of CR-123 batteries these days-in everything from tactical flashlights to lighted-reticle scopes-but they demand respect.

Fear & Loading: Identifying Dangerous Counterfeit Batteries

When the unthinkable happens, the odds are good a lot of the gear you’ve assembled to survive the emergency relies on batteries—rechargeable if you’re as budget conscious as me—but those NiMH cells in your tactical flashlight, headlamp, weather radio or emergency strobe may not be what you think.

Zeroing in on Counterfeit Scopes and Sights

Is the optic you purchased for a price too-good-to-be-true is the real deal? Read more on how to spot the fakes.

The Keefe Report: Maglula Takes On Amazon

When it comes to combating counterfeits sold on Amazon, many small companies just complain. Maglula, based in Israel, is taking the fight to Amazon itself.

EOTech Launches Anti-Counterfeit Measures

EOTech has launched a campaign targeting those who create and sell illegal copies of its military sighting systems.

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