From affordable red-dot sights to high-end, F-class long-range riflescopes, 2017 has much to offer in the way of innovative new optics.
First unveiled two years ago, the Meprolight MEPRO NYX-200 is now available in the North American market.
Optics remain a major focus of innovation, with new models boasting technological enhancements never before seen on consumer products, or tech that used to be available only for those able to fork over pallets of cash.
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.
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.
TruGlo expanded its red-dot optics lineup in 2019 with three new models designed to cater to the fastest-growing segments of the optics market.
One of the latest options out from Holosun Technologies is the HS407C, a micro-size red-dot sight that's particularly suited for shotgunning applications.
Responding to consumer demand for micro-size red-dot sights, Riton Optics developed its new X3 Tactix PRD to solve issues seen on today's popular RDOs.
Available in several models, the new Primary Arms Gold Series of riflescopes fills the gap between the company's Silver and Platinum models.
Want the perfect optic to pair with your retro, A2-style AR-15? The new Brownells Retro 4X Carry Handle Optic is built to the same dimensions as the original optic used on early rifles.