2022 New Optics Guide

2022 New Optics Guide

Optics are an increasingly vital part of more and more firearms, from traditional rifles to MSRs to shotguns and even ultracompact, concealed-carry handguns. With few exceptions, however, nearly every optic is made overseas, and every manufacturer uses at least one or two components of foreign origin. 

2022 New Optics Guide: Riflescopes

Everything from Low Power Variable Optics for close-in work to high-powered zooms for the long range game.

2022 New Optics Guide: Prism Optics

2022 brings us new prismatic scopes for people who want the advantages of a smaller optic, without relying 100% on electronics for an aiming solution.

New for 2022: Burris Introduces XTR Pro Riflescope and Accessories

Burris' latest riflescope features multiple illuminated, front-focal-plane reticle options, an innovative locking turret system and an optical design ideal for anyone looking to shoot at extreme distances.

2021 New Optics Guide

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.

First Look: Adams Arms AA19 9 mm Handgun

Adams Arms is a pioneer of the piston-driven AR platform. Now they are coming out with the new AA19, a performance-driven compact 9 mm Luger handgun that combines their years of experience with handgun barrel and slide innovations with their  mission of elevating firearm reliability and performance.

2021 New Optics Guide: Thermal and Night-Vision Optics

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 new thermal & nightvision optics. 

First Look: Taurus TX22 Competition Handgun

Taurus recently introduced the TX22 Competition handgun, an optics-ready pistol chambered in .22 LR.

13 New Riflescopes for 2020

Lots of folks just bought new firearms during both the COVID-19 pandemic and recent riotous social unrest. Many of those guns need (or at least should have) an optic mounted. No matter your firearm, budget, intended use or requirements, we’ve got a newly introduced optic for you, including some that don’t need to be mounted on a gun at all.

Hot New Optics for 2020

Lots of folks just bought new firearms during both the COVID-19 pandemic and recent riotous social unrest. Many of those guns need (or at least should have) an optic mounted. No matter your firearm, budget, intended use or requirements, we’ve got a newly introduced optic for you, including some that don’t need to be mounted on a gun at all.

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