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RUGGED CONSTRUCTION Manufactured from aircraft grade anodized aluminum, the CTS-1100 offers superior durability. The sight is shock, dust, impact, fog, water and recoil resistant and has an operating temperature range of -10 to +50C. An M1913 Picatinny Rail Mount is … Continue reading
HUMMELSTOWN, Penn. – February 21, 2018 – TRACT Optics has released two new 30mm First Focal Plane (FFP) long range riflescopes in its flagship TORIC line. These offerings feature precision components and give consumers a world-class 30mm scope suitable for … Continue reading
The MSR2 Reticle is now available on the M5Xi 5-25x56mm scopeThe M5Xi is a military grade sniper scope which sets the standard for performance and durability. Crafted entirely in Germany, the optic is hewn from the finest materials and features … Continue reading
Before rolling into the Holiday Season, we’ve got a great review coming your way. The BURRIS XTR II line of magnified optics with the M.A.D. turret feature has all of the sudden become a very serious competitor in the tactical … Continue reading
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
Leupold & Stevens has announced a new reticle that looks really interesting, the TS-32X1 MOA based reticle. This new reticle allows for a precise holdover and wind correction without the need to adjust your turrets. The TS-32X1 has 32 MOA … Continue reading
A reader asked me to explain why I like the Dragunov ranging reticle. First, let me apologize for not responding in a more timely manner but I’ve been up to my eyes in work. The explanation has to begin with … Continue reading