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Guns & Ammo Tests The New Tango6 Riflescope

by Tom Beckstrand 0

The Tango6 is part of SIG Sauer’s premium riflescope line that caters primarily to long-range and precision rifle work. Tango6 riflescopes can… more »


5 Reasons This New Thermal-Imaging Scope Owns The Night

by G&A Staff 0

New thermal-imaging devices, like Pulsar’s Trail XP50, are a boon to predator hunters who do their hunting at night and… more »


Vortex Advanced Manufacturing Group

by Tom Beckstrand 0

One of the most exciting scopes to come out this year is the new Vortex AMG.


Metrics That Matter – Test Tracking On Scopes

by Tom Beckstrand 0

In an effort to help the hard-working, underfunded sniper, this article is solely about testing scopes.


Leupold Mk8 3.5-25x56mm

by Tom Beckstrand 0

No scope currently on the market has a list of features as comprehensive as the Mark 8.


Long Range Shooting – Calling Wind Accurately

by G&A Staff 0

Tips on dealing with the trickiest variable of long-range shooting.


How to Make a Budget Scope Work for You

by Tom Beckstrand 0

This article is dedicated to the serious sniper who doesn’t have a ton of money.


New Thermal Scope Offers Amazing Images Day or Night

by G&A Staff 0

For years, thermal imaging scopes were horrendously expensive and bulky devices whose capabilities were primarily enjoyed by professional guides and hog-control… more »

The view from the author’s blind with the expanded BDC reference chart for 6X pinned up. Together with a rangefinder and the Monarch 7 scope even shots way out there are easy.

Review: The New Nikon Monarch 7 Riflescope

by Eric R. Poole 0

We’re not supposed to pass on a buck on Day 1 that we’d be willing to shoot on the last… more »


Mini Red Dot Sights for Pistols

by Chris Mudgett 0

We’ve gone from mammoth red dots seen on handguns as early as 1980 to this: the micro sight. When Aimpoint… more »


A History of Pistol-Mounted Red Dots

by Patrick Sweeney 0

Our editor, Eric Poole, made the mistake of asking me an open-ended question: “What do you remember about the early… more »


Visiting Aimpoint Optics in Sweden

by Eric R. Poole 0

The red dot was invented to support the hobby of a Swedish engineer named Gunnar Sandberg more than 40 years… more »


Meopta: The Best-Kept Secret in Optics

by Tom Beckstrand 0

Meopta is the best-kept secret in the optics industry. Headquartered in the Czech Republic, the company began making military optics… more »

Variable Power scopes

Why You Need a Variable Power Scope for Hunting

by Craig Boddington 0

Back in the 1960s, when I was a young shooter, variable-power riflescopes were fairly new and widely distrusted. In those… more »


Tips for Aiming with Scopes

by G&A Staff 0

Aiming with scopes might not seem difficult at first. In principle, all shooters have to do is line up the… more »


Nightforce SHV F1 4-14x50mm Scope Review

by Keith Wood 0

A few years ago, Nightforce Optics set out to produce a line of scopes aimed at a wider consumer market;… more »


How Reflex Sights Will Help Your Shooting

by Richard Nance 0

Red dot or reflex sights have been popular AR-15 accessories for years because they simplify the aiming process. Unlike iron… more »


Steiner T5Xi Scope Review

by Tom Beckstrand 0

It used to be that if you wanted Steiner’s top-of-the-line scope, you paid north of $3,000 for some sweet German-made… more »


Review: Leupold Golden Ring Spotting Scope & Impact Reticle

by Chris Mudgett 0

It’s that time of year again! The scouting season is beginning, and the range is finally thawing out. It’s time… more »


Sightmark Pinnacle Scope Review

by Tom Beckstrand 0

Sightmark is a lesser known optics company, but it has recently brought a premier scope line to market. The Sightmark… more »


Thoughts on Detachable Scope Mounts

by Craig Boddington 0

Part of the drill before any hunting season is getting to the range and making sure everything is right. For many… more »


Schmidt and Bender Scopes

by Tom Beckstrand 0

My first experience with Schmidt and Bender scopes was when I transferred from a regular Special Forces A-team to a… more »


Nikon Monarch 7 Scope Review

by Tom Beckstrand 0

The Nikon Monarch 7 scope is packed with some unique technology. Nikon is a big company that manufactures a lot… more »


FBI HRT Adopts Aimpoint Micro

by G&A Online Editors 0

The Federal Bureau of Investigation is equipping its elite teams with Aimpoint Micros. Specifically, the FBI Hostage Rescue Team and Defensive… more »


Why a Red Dot is a Good First Optic

by Keith Wood 0

The beginning shooter is asked to drink from a fire hose of information. Watch your muzzle. Keep your finger off… more »


Beginner’s Guide to Mounting Optics

by Keith Wood 0

There’s nothing that makes shooting a rifle easier than the addition of an optic. Instead of forcing your eye to… more »


USPSA Adds New Division

by Evan Brune 0

  The United States Practical Shooting Association has added a provisional Carry Optics division to its competition categories for the… more »

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Leupold Screw-On Adjustment Dials Announced

by G&A Online Editors 0

Tired of scrounging around in your pockets for a quarter to adjust your scope windage a few clicks? Leupold &… more »


Nikon Introduces ProStaff 7 Riflescope Line

by G&A Online Editors 0

Clear that scope rail, guys. You’ve got something new to put on it. Today, Nikon introduced its brand-new line of… more »

Trijicon MRO (Miniature Rifle Optic)

First Look: The Trijicon MRO (Miniature Rifle Optic)

by Eric R. Poole 0

The Trijicon MRO (Miniature Rifle Optic) is an all-American-made, rugged and fully sealed tactical reflex sight. It was developed with the… more »

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