Range Review: Crimson Trace Battlesight & Long-Range Scope

Crimson Trace entered the market with its all-new lineup of optics. We spent some time at each end of the lineup, looking at the company's Battlesight and a long-range riflescope.

Classic Guns: The Model 1886 Lebel

Did you know the first smokeless-powder, repeating military arm was fielded by France in the late 19th century? Check out the story behind the Model 1886 Lebel rifle.

Classic Guns: The 1891 Carcano

Italy’s main battle rifle during World War I was— despite rumors to the contrary—exceedingly competent. Here's some background on the Model 1891 Carcano rifle.

U.S. Rifles of WWI: The M1903 and M1917

America’s bolt-action infantry rifles came from two main camps, but both the M1903 Springfield and the M1917 Enfield were sturdy, stout options to fight the Kaiser’s forces.

Trijicon Donates Commemorative ACOG to NRA Museum

After manufacturing its one millionth ACOG battle sight, Trijicon donated a commemorative optic to the NRA Museum to celebrate the milestone.

Review: Leupold D-EVO Optic

Designed to make transitions between long- and short-range optics faster and easier than ever before, the Leupold D-EVO will help you to whip any problem that comes along.

First Look: SIG Sauer Bravo3 & Bravo5 Battle Sights

SIG Sauer added two new models to its Bravo Battle Sight optics lineup in 2018, offering AR-specific optics to tactical shooters.

First Look: Night Optics Sentry 14 Night Vision Monocular

Night Optics announced the launch of its new Sentry 14 Night Vision Monocular as a target-recognition device that performs a great distances.

Steiner Optics Updates M332 and M536 Battle Sights

New for 2017, Steiner added a new feature to its M332 and M536 optics.

Wilson Combat Launches Double-Stack EDC X9 Pistol

Wilson Combat released its high-capacity EDC X9 9 mm defensive handgun.

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