Tag Archives: FFP

Meet the newest addition to the TS-Series line of optics

  HomeB-SeriesTS-SeriesAccessories Introducing the TS-12X FFP 3-12X42MM The USO TS-12X is a compact, lightweight and versatile first focal plane riflescope that offers reliable performance in extreme hunting conditions. The TS-12X features a 42mm Objective, 30mm Tube, Rapid Focus Diopter, and … Continue reading

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U.S. Optics Introduces USO TS-20X FFP 2.5-20x50mm

TS-20X The USO TS-20X riflescope is built to meet the rigorous demands of long-range hunters and precision competitors. Whether you are gearing up your production class PRS Rifle or custom building your precision hunting rig, the TS-20X will help you … Continue reading

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CTA-2104 1-4X24mm MOA/MOA FFP Now Available

The CTA-2104 2 Series is a feature rich 1-4x24mm short-range rifle scope that has been purposefully built from the ground up. The scopes First Focal Plane (FFP) and impressive Japanese ED glass clarity makes for an unparalleled shooting experience. The … Continue reading

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Sightmark Citadel Riflescopes

(MANSFIELD, TEXAS) – Sightmark’s new Citadel line of premium riflescopes are on-target when it comes to affordable precision performance. Designed as perfect optic solutions for demanding, cost-conscious law enforcement and competitors, Citadel riflescopes are packed with the kind of features … Continue reading

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EOTech Vudu 1–6 x 24mm Rifle Scope

EOTech is also jumping into the midrange magnified optics space. The company introduced the Vudu line of rifle scopes in three magnifications of 1 – 6 x 24mm, 2 – 10 x 44mm and 3.5 – 18 x 50mm and … Continue reading

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Do You Need A First Focal Plane (FFP) Scope?

Should I get a first focal plane optic? This is a question I get all of the time, and my answer is always the same, it depends on what your intended use is. So, this week’s shoot-the-shit topic explains my … Continue reading

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