Trijicon Inc Celebrates

Trijicon Celebrates 40 Years by Giving Away $50K in Gear

Trijicon, global provider of innovative aiming solutions for the hunting, shooting, military and law enforcement markets, is holding a “40Fest” celebration.

SIG Tango6T Riflescope Selected by U.S. DOD

SIG Sauer’s Tango6T has been selected for the Direct View Optic (DVO) in the by the U.S. Department of Defense solicitation to enhance squad performance with a variable-powered riflescope.

Review: Springfield Armory Saint B5 Systems Rifle

Springfield Armory’s latest Saint sports new furniture from B5 Systems.

Army Marksmen Fielding New CSASS

The U.S. Army has begun fielding its new Compact Semi-Automatic Sniper System (CSASS), a platform based on the G28 from Heckler & Koch.

First Look: Primary Arms Optics SLx 1-6x24 mm SFP Riflescope

Primary Arms Optics recently released its new SLx 1-6x24 mm riflescope, perfect for close- or long-range shooting applications.

H&K Begins Shipment of Army Squad Designated Marksman Rifle

Heckler & Koch Defense has made its first shipment of M110A1 Squad Designated Marksman Rifles (SDMRs) to the United States Army.

New for 2020: Trijicon Credo Riflescope Line

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.

New for 2020: Primary Arms SLx 1-8x24mm FFP Rifle Scope

Primary Arms has recently released their new SLx 1-8x24mm FFP Rifle Scope with the ACSS Raptor 5.56/5.45/.308 Reticle.

Review: Trijicon VCOG 1-6x24mm

The saying, “You get what you pay for,” is quite applicable when talking about the battle-proven Trijicon VCOG 1-6x24 mm optic.

Review: Smith & Wesson M&P10 Performance Center

Smith & Wesson rolled out a sub-MOA, 6.5 Creedmoor M&P10 offering from its Performance Center early in 2017. Was it worth the wait?

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