No matter your firearm, budget, intended use or requirements, here's a look at several great options for lower-power variable optics.
Offering tremendous value for feature-rich optics, Primary Arms' Platinum line of scopes brings a higher level of function in a more affordable optic.
Leupold & Stevens, Inc. is releasing its award-winning Freedom RDS (Red Dot Sight) in a Black Ring model.
The new Credo series of riflescopes from Trijicon are packed with features for tactical application, and there are nine models to chose from with a variety of models in each category.
Trijicon released six new riflescopes for the tactical, competition, hunting and long-range communities, as well as new models in its AccuPoint line.
A compact, tactical riflescope loaded with practical, real-world features for less than $150, the Nikon P-223 3x32 mm riflescope is a great all-around optic with a lot to offer.
On the affordable end of the red-dot sight market, Leupold's Freedom RDS packs a number of cutting-edge features into a well-priced package. Check out our experience with it here.
Nikon’s latest entry into the hotly contested tactical/MSR scope market, the Black Force 1000, gets it done.
There are a number of new options on the market for optics seekers, as manufacturers roll out new, improved variants of long-range riflescopes, red-dot optics, LPVOs and more.
Looking for a general-purpose riflescope that allows you to take full advantage of your AR-style rifle platform? Check out the latest and greatest in the world of low-power variable optics in 2019.