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Wind calls made easy!

TREMOR Reticles The TREMOR Reticle Time of Flight Wind Dots give users the ability to compensate for varying wind in wind speed (Miles Per Hour, etc.) instead of in angular measurements (MRAD or MOA).  Their patented design allows them to … Continue reading

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TREMOR 3: Everything you need to know

EVERYTHING YOU NEED IN ONE RETICLE The TREMOR3™ reticle is designed to maximize the speed and accuracy of an advanced marksman. Its unique combination of patented features gives users the capabilities to quickly and accurately estimate the range to targets … Continue reading

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The legendary H59 reticle

The Legendary H59 Reticle Horus Vision reticles are used the world over by the most elite marksmen across every discipline. This week we highlight the H59 and H59-MOA reticles, demonstrating how they can help improve your accuracy. The H59™ reticle … Continue reading

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Interested in First Round hits at 800+ yards?

Want first round hits at 800+ yards? Join Sean Utley as he demonstrates how the HoVR system enables first round hits at 800+ yards even for someone new to long range shooting. CATS Calibration Targets are patented targets designed to … Continue reading

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Todd Hodnett Joins Horus Vision for Long Range Q&A

View this email in your browser JOIN US FOR ANOTHER LIVE Q&A SESSION WITH TODD HODNETT!Monday, May 18th at 6 PM ESTTo Watch Go to the Horus Facebook Page Todd Hodnett is a world renowned Long Range Shooting Instructor and … Continue reading

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Military, Law Enforcement and First Responders Discount!

Horus Vision is proud to offer a discount to active military, veterans, retired and active Law Enforcement (LE), FFDO, and government first responders to include firefighters and EMS. Upon verification from our team of your individual credentials, a one-time use … Continue reading

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Enter to win the HoVR riflescope!

Enter to win the HoVR riflescope! Only ONE WEEK left to enter to win a 5-20×50 FFP Riflescope with TREMOR3. The HoVR Riflescope offers outstanding clarity, crispness, and color contrast at every magnification setting, offering excellent performance at both close … Continue reading

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How to set Rifle Scope Parallax – Todd Hodnett from Accuracy 1st explains how to set rifle scope parallax

 

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HORUS Vision at NRA INDY19

Stop by booth #6172 this week at NRA INDY19 for all the latest HORUS products, reticles, FREE swag and more! Find Out More See All Optics Providers of HORUS Reticles

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Station Pressure vs. Barometric Pressure

It’s Friday and time for our weekly shoot-the-shit topic. This week we thought it would be productive to discuss the weather. More specifically station pressure vs. barometric pressure. For precision shooters; particularly long range shooters (i.e. 800 meters and beyond), … Continue reading

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Look For Continuing Development Of Kestrel’s Ballistics Weather Tracker™ with Horus® ATrag® Software

The United States of America is indeed blessed with a veritable cornucopia of talent, and nowhere is this more evident than in the defense industrial complex. The companies that make up this huge fabric are creative and committed to providing … Continue reading

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Horus® Vision in 2011

If you like success stories, then you’ll like modeling your business strategy like Horus Vision, San Bruno, CA. Traditionally, precision shooters, like military and police accurately place a shot under varying conditions. Snipers, used the vertical and horizontal dots to determine … Continue reading

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