Leupold's Mark 4 spotting scope is ideal for long-range enthusiasts.
While the hot-as-magma market for guns and ammunition has dominated the news, optics are also selling at a record pace. Fortunately, optics manufacturers have been able to develop and introduce a dizzying array of new products, including line enhancements, feature-rich budget options and technological marvels that were once unaffordable to anyone not named Bezos, but are now approaching price points where many shooters can make use of them. Whatever your needs or budget, we’ve got info on the latest tactical, long-range, self-defense and concealed-carry optics in our annual guide.
Between magnified riflescopes, electro-optics and plain ol’ iron sights, today’s rifle shooters can pretty much take care of everything from the muzzle to several thousand yards (or meters) away. Picking one setup for a narrow range of distances is no problem, but it gets trickier when you need to skin several cats at once.
Trijicon, global provider of innovative aiming solutions for the hunting, shooting, military and law enforcement markets, is holding a “40Fest” celebration.
Eric Conn takes a look at Springfield Armory's Model 2020 Waypoint, which is built for long-range precision and is chambered in 6.5 PRC.
New from Athlon Optics is the feature rich First Focal Plane Ares ETR 1-10x28 mm, an affordable Low-Power Variable Optic.
Hawke Optics recently introduced two new Sidewinder riflescopes that feature 30 mm main tubes and MOA reticles with first and second focal plane reticles.