Tag: Optics

Zeiss Introduces New Generation of V8 Riflescopes

Zeiss Introduces New Generation of V8 Riflescopes

With the driven hunt season just around the corner, Zeiss seems to be on fire with new releases for all sorts of hunting and sports shooting. Just a few days ago, the Zeiss LRP S5 FFP Precision Rifle Scope was released, and it’s now time for the Zeiss V8 family...

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HANDS-ON: Crimson Trace Brushline Pro 4-16×50 BDC

HANDS-ON: Crimson Trace Brushline Pro 4-16×50 BDC

During a recent trip to Texas, I got my hands on one of the new Brushline Pro series optics from Crimson Trace.  Our staff had access to a variety of these optics, and I ended up with the 4-16×50 BDC.  Designed with the hunter in mind, I mounted this scope...

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The All NEW 56mm Binocular From Maven: The C.4

The All NEW 56mm Binocular From Maven: The C.4

Scouting ahead can prove valuable, especially when pursuing game. For this, binoculars are almost unmatched. Maven has been known to produce quality optics for those looking to observe at a distance. To this end, the optics company has just released another in its C...

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Leupold Delta Point Micro Review and Torture Test

James was initially not hot on the Leupold Delta Point Micro red dot optic, but he agreed to review one on his Glock 19X anyways. It’s got a weird layout and a small window, but Leupold, and many Delta Point Micro users, all sing its praises as a small, low profile,...

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German Army Adopts ELCAN Specter DR 1-4X

German Army Adopts ELCAN Specter DR 1-4X

Despite the ongoing dispute between Heckler & Koch and Haenel which has ground the Bundeswehr’s G36 replacement program to a halt the next optic to be mounted on Germany’s future service rifle has been selected. The Bundeswehr began their search for a new optic...

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