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