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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.

U.S. Optics 5-25x58 MM T-PAL

Since 1990, U.S. Optics has been making scopes engineered to withstand the most rigorous operating environments. U.S. Optics refuses to sacrifice strength and ruggedness for light weight, small size or low price.

Review: Sightmark 1.5-5x30 mm Triple Duty Riflescope

With good image clarity and performance in low-light, the Triple Duty riflescope is priced to sell and perform.

Burris SpeedBead

Not only is it a viable alternative for tactical use, the SpeedBead is also a proven performer afield.

Vortex 4-12X 40 mm Diamondback

Excellent performance at an affordable price.

Swarovski Z6 Riflescope

The company that famously rewrote expectations for brightness and clarity in hunting optics is now breaking the variable-magnification barrier with its new Z6 line.

Sightron Big Sky SII Review

Sightron Big Sky SII Review

Optical Coatings

Today’s binoculars, spotting scopes and telescopic sights are the best that have ever existed.

How To Shoot The Square

When it comes to scope adjustments, it’s best to remember what Ronald Reagan said, “Trust, but verify.”

ATN Night Arrow 6-2 Riflescope

This riflescope provides stellar observation, target acquisition and aiming capabilities for sport shooters or varmint hunters.

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