Leupold has replaced its VX-II (Roman numeral designation) riflescope line with new VX-2 models that offer even greater optical performance and value for hunters and shooters.
Designed to provide hunters and shooters with best-in-class riflescopes, Leupold's 2012 VX-1 line offers a variety of new features at prices that essentially remain the same as those for VX-I in 2011.
Redfield's new Revenge line offers an exclusive "in-scope" ballistic ranging system and other premium features at commonly affordable prices for hunters and shooters.
The new big brother of the Nikon M-223 lineup has arrived. The M-223 4-16x42 AR riflescope, with a high magnification zoom range and locking side focus parallax adjustment lays down a serious power range for the most extreme long range shooting.
The new M-308 riflescope represents Nikon's Precision AR Optic technology, which is designed for use in heavier caliber AR platform rifles. Designed for extreme sighting speed and superior long-range accuracy with .308 Caliber AR platform rifles, the new M-308 4-16x42 is available with the all-new BDC 800 reticle or Nikoplex reticle with Rapid Action Turrets.
With a growing number of gun owners turning to centerfire rifles for personal defense, in 2012, Winchester Ammunition expands its PDX1 Defender centerfire rifle line with a new 77-grain, .223 Rem cartridge; and, for the first time, a .308 Win. round with a revolutionary 120-grain bullet.
Here is a closer look at the Segmenting slug that has now joined Winchester Ammunition's PDX1 Defender line of personal defense ammunition.