X-Vision Night Vision Rangefinder

Preview: X-Vision Night Vision Rangefinder

Costing only a fraction of competing products, the Night Vision Rangefinder from X-Vision Optics is an economical tool for short-range hunters—both before and after the sun goes down.

Preview: Sionyx Backcountry Adventure Kit

Sionyx, maker of high-quality digital night-vision (NV) cameras, is now offering the Backcountry Adventure Kit—a bundle that includes its Aurora Black color NV camera, its range-extending Illuminator Kit and more.

Preview: Pulsar Thermion XG50 Thermal Riflescope

The latest generation of Pulsar night-vision optics is out, and the capabilities of the Thermion XG50 thermal riflescope are impressive.

Review: Pulsar Thermion XM38 Thermal Optic

Thermal optics have come a long way in recent years, and the Thermion XM38 from Pulsar is one example of what kinds of capabilities can be had today.

Fear & Loading: DOJ Requests Scope App User Info

Outrage created by a Department of Justice application for a court order demanding Google and Apple provide names, numbers and personal information of anyone who downloaded a smartphone app for night vision optics has created “new users” who don’t own a program-cable scope.

2019 SHOT Show Primer: Pulsar Thermion Riflescope

American Rifleman's Christopher Olsen sat down with Pulsar's Kevin Reese to learn about a thermal riflescope that is due to break convention of the thermal marketplace.

Video—ARTV: Accessorizing The Modern Carbine

Looking for ways to functionally accessorize your carbine? Check out this clip from ARTV.

Thermal And Night Vision Revealed

More and more shooters and hunters are using thermal or night vision optics these days. So what “Gen” are we on now anyway? Here’s a primer on “see in the dark” scopes—along with an inside look at how they differ and how they work.

Tonight on American Rifleman TV: Accessorizing Carbines; Kimber Micro 9

Tune in tonight on the Outdoor Channel as ARTV heads to the Peacemaker National Training Center in West Virginia to test out a multitude of AR accessories.

A Picture Worth A Thousand Words

NRA Publications armorer Christopher Olsen gives you a behind-the-scenes look at what his job is like in the second installment of the "This is My Job" blog.

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