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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.

Leupold VX-7 1.5-6x24 mm Scope

Rivaling the Old World.

Burris SpeedBead

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

Nikon’s Monarch Riflescopes

High-end function at mid-range price.

Bushnell Trophy Red Dot Scope

Value and innovation in a red-dot scope.

Sighting In

Sighting in a rifle is usually easy, and with the mastery of a few simple steps, you can do it, too.

Leupold & Stevens UltimateSlam

A Ballistics Aiming System for muzzleloaders and shotguns.

Vortex 4-12X 40 mm Diamondback

Excellent performance at an affordable price.

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