Holosun Enclosed Pistol Sight

Preview: Holosun Enclosed Pistol Sight

The Holosun Enclosed Pistol Sight (EPS) line includes a standard model as well as an EPS CARRY model of slightly smaller size to better fit concealed-carry handguns.

Editor's Choice: Bushnell Shield Footprint Optics

Bushnell is offering two new micro red-dot pistol sights that fit the popular Shield footprint and come in at an excellent price point.

Preview: Medesha FireArms Elevation-Adjustable Rear Sight Base

The Medesha Elevation-Adjustable Rear Sight Base is just the ticket for mounting an old-school match sight such as the Redfield Palma to Picatinny or Weaver rails.

Preview: Holosun AEMS

Intended for use with long guns, the new Advanced Enclosed Micro Sight (AEMS) is a closed-emitter reflex sight from Holosun that takes advantage of many of the company’s premium features.

First Look: Holosun Optics Enclosed Pistol Sight

Holosun releases a new line of micro red-dot sights designed specifically for handgun use in 2022 with the Enclosed Pistol Sight line.

First Look: Bushnell Micro RXC-200 & RXU-200 Sights

Bushnell added two micro red-dot sights to its lineup in 2022, both designed for use on today's optics-ready handguns.

NRA Gun Of The Week: Springfield Armory XD-M Elite 3.8" Compact OSP

On this week's "Gun of the Week" video preview American Rifleman staff examine a pint-sized heavy-hitter from Springfield Armory that comes chambered for 10 mm Auto and is red-dot ready.

EoTech Expands With New Building

EoTech expands again with a new headquarters building to accommodate increased production, warehousing and development.

From Flush Nut To T105: The Evolution Of The M1 Garand Rear Sight Assembly

Of all the features of the M1 Garand, its rear sight is one of the most recognizable and went through some notable changes. Here, we take a brief look at what changes were made to the rear sight design from the pre- to post-World War II era.

​America’s First Sniper Rifle: The Telescopic-Sighted Krag-Jorgensen

The American Civil War was the first conflict in our nation’s history in which telescopic-sighted rifles were employed in combat to any appreciable extent. These muzzleloading, percussion rifles were fabricated by a number of civilian gunsmiths and gunsmithing firms, primarily for benchrest shooting matches.

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