Red dot sight (RDS), low powered variable optic (LPVO), or both? This is a common question pondered by folks when considering how to accessorize a modern rifle. Read on for my opinion.
A review on the Athlon Cronus BTR 4.5-29×56 FFP Riflescope is way overdue. Cliff notes: a superb large (and heavy) scope ideal for long distance precision shooting. Read on for details.
Looks like I opened a can of worms with yesterday’s post regarding the 50/200 yard zero. The amazing discussions that followed prompted me to look into and compare several zero distances including 25, 36, 50, 100, and 200 yard zeros.
Ever have someone suggest to zero your rifle at 50 yards because that will provide a secondary zero at 200 yards? Ever heard a broken clock is right twice a day? Let’s take a closer look at the mythical 50/200 yard zero.
A few days ago, I wrote a post explaining why I don’t care for BDC style reticles. Figured I’d take the opposite approach and attempt to explain why I like Christmas tree reticles so much.
I’ve found bullet drop compensation, or BDC, reticles to be a really neat concept. Paired with the right rifle and ammo combination they really shine at letting the shooter engage multiple targets quickly. Even so, I still don’t like them.
My thoughts on the Trijicon AccuPoint 5-20×50 rifle scope? Love the glass, tactile turrets, always illuminated aiming point, and price point. Few things it could do better. Read on for details.
Riflescopes for hunting have to strike a balance between features and weight. The Vortex Razor HD LH did just that. The same can be said about their new Razor HD LHT newer and improved product line.
The Burris Fullfield TAC30 Tactical kit is a good value and looks cool, but it’s not as functional as it would seem. It’s not a bad buy, but I’ve got some suggestions that will keep more money in the wallet or get more bang for the buck.
Great optics. Solid rangefinder. One package. Hefty price tag.