Are you interested in buying a new firearm scope? Here’s everything you need to know about the different kinds of tactical optics on the market.
As optics on pistols become more common, there are lessons that we and manufacturers are learning. One lesson that I have had the opportunity to learn is that “Loaded Chamber notches do not play well with optics.”
Choosing a rifle scope can be an intimidating process. However, it’s really all going to come down to what your needs are. Whether you’re a target shooter or a hunter, there are a ton of different scopes available for you to choose from. The important thing for you to understand is what you actually need the scope for and then…
Used scopes can improve the quality of your rifle if you know how to choose them. Consider these factors when you’re buying used scopes.
Parts of a rifle require certain forms of cleaning, such as the scope. Here are tips on cleaning scopes for new rifle owners to ensure functionality.
The Smith & Wesson 586 will be the joy of shooting and the admiration of a beautiful piece of American machinery.
Having the right type of rifle scope mount is important for being on your best game while behind the trigger. Read more here about types of rifle scope mounts.
If you’re a new rifle owner and user, you might have some questions about using and maintaining your rifle scope. This article has the answers you need.
The Beretta 92X Centurion; Is Beretta beating a dead horse, or refining a classic? With some great deals available, I intended to find out.
Are you looking to purchase firearm optics but aren’t sure whether to buy new or used? Learn the reasons that used firearm optics are superior.