Trijicon Offers

Buy A Trijicon Thermal Optic, Get A Free Tenmile Riflescope

Purchase a new Trijicon REAP-IR 3 or IR-HUNTER 2 scope through one of the company’s Electro Optics retailers before February 1, and you qualify to receive a select model of a Trijicon Tenmile riflescope.

Review: ATN ThOR LT 320 3-6X

Whether it be in smartphones or sport optics, the natural evolution of technology follows a path that usually results in lighter, less-expensive options eventually being made available to the consumer. Optic company ATN has been aggressively working to mitigate this shortcoming, and its ThOR LT 320 3-6X demonstrates its progress.

Preview: Osprey Compact 3-9X 42 mm

True to its name, the Compact 3-9X 42 mm riflescope from Osprey Global measures 3" shorter than most scopes on the market of similar magnification range and objective diameter.

Preview: Leupold 2-10X 30 mm Mark 5HD Riflescope

Leupold expanded its Mark 5HD lineup with a 2-10X option that provides all the ruggedness of the company's other Mark 5HD riflescopes in a smaller, lighter package.

Riflescope Ready: Sighting-In A Hunting Rifle

Properly sighting-in a rifle before embarking on a big-game hunt is as fundamentally important as buying a license. If you forget or choose to ignore the process, you simply deserve to miss.

Rifleman Q&A: Riflescope Shims

I was attempting to sight-in a Winchester Model 94 side-eject rifle in .30-30 Win. using a telescopic sight. The shots printed high with the elevation cranked all the way down. Am I right to conclude that placing shims under the front telescopic sight base should correct this problem?

Preview: Talley Mfg. Anti-Cant Indicator

An easy upgrade for Talley’s factory scope rings is the company’s anti-cant indicator, a simple accessory that helps shooters get on target—especially distant ones.

2022 Optic Of The Year: Crimson Trace Brushline Pro 4-16x42 mm BDC

American Rifleman is pleased to announce the 2022 Optic Of The Year Award goes to Crimson Trace.

Primary Arms Optics Expands Into State-Of-The-Art Facility

Primary Arms Optics has completed its move to a new 50,000-square-foot facility, located near the company’s Houston-based headquarters. The new plant is another milestone for the growing optics brand and further expansion of its technological and logistical operations.

Optical Resolution: How Sharp Is Sharp?

Can’t see the deer rack your buddy spotted, despite the fact you have bigger binoculars? Can’t find the holes in the paper but the guy next to you can? It’s time you learned about optical resolution.

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