Why do some scopes and reflex optics work better — and cost more — than others?
Groundbreaking study compares red dot sights with conventional iron sights, green-dot laser sights, and slide-mounted red-dot sights with and without backup iron sights (BUIS) on the pistols. Which sights are best for concealed carry?
The ATN X-Sight II is a truly affordable night vision optic that also comes loaded with a number of other excellent features.
The Vortex Razor HD spotting scope proves it’s sharp enough to run with the big dogs.
The new Meopta MeoPro 8x56 HD binoculars offer incredible low-light viewing performance and incorporate a host of other great features.
TruGlo's new Tru-Brite 30 Hunter represents an excellent option for budget-conscious hunters looking for a quality optic for the field.
The new Toric Ultra HD from Tract Optics offers a ton of performance at an accessible price point.
Beretta Defense Technologies (BDT) combines four leading manufacturers to produce some of the best weaponry and equipment solutions in the market. Watch to learn more.
Meopta is offering shooters a low-profile option in reflex sights that still has all the features to stay on target.
Manufacturers have produced a number of optics over the course of the past year. Here’s a look at our picks for the best optics of 2015.
The Shooter Ready range simulator allows you to get lots of range estimation practice using your reticle without burning up any ammo.
A modestly priced .22 with exceptional out-of-the-box accuracy is topped with the Leatherwood USMC Sniper scope, making for one classy rimfire.
This cam-based “no math” mil-dot scope allows you to frame, aim and shoot — from 100 to 1000 meters and beyond. It’s so fast, and so deadly, even the military can’t let it go.
New Leupold Twilight Max technology in the VX-3i line of scopes enhances brightness and clarity in low-light conditions, making them ideal for hunters.
New for SHOT Show 2016 is the just released Glock 17 MOS and Glock 19 MOS (Modular Optic System), reviewed here by popular Youtuber Hank Strange.
Long-range shooting is hot in Oklahoma, leading to brisk riflescope sales for one retailer.