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  • Eotech

    There are some Eotech Sights have been in military service for a very long time, and Eotech Holographic Gun Sights have been in service for almost 2 decades. Now with the flip to side Eotech Magnifiers that have an outstanding durability history. There are other magnification options out there but not all of them are anywhere near as durable as the Eotech L3 design. The advantage of the Eotech Holographic Gun Sights like the Eotech 512 Sights or any of the EXPS or XPS sights are is the Holographic display that was based on the F16 gun sight. If you are moving your head around the reticle stays where the AR15 was zeroed and in close quarters situations this is extremely valuable. The AA Battery versions to be slight more popular than the CR123 models but that's a personal preference.
  • Nikon

    We all have our starting points when it comes to gun owner ship.   I have friends, the vast majority of them that own firearms that are very expensive, but none of them have taken a shot beyond 100yds.   They have the turrets on their Nikon rifle scopes, but don't know anything about where there bullet is going once it goes beyond 100yds.   While most combat ranges, hunting ranges and even police shootings and defensive shooters tell us that knowing how to shoot 100yds is probable all you really need to know how to shoot, we find it boring to shoot rifles under 200yds.   The difference between shooting a .303, .308, 30/06 or an 8mm at those ranges doesn't give much variance and going overboard with optics seems to be common.   Many seem to think that more magnification means more accuracy, but that isn't true.   If you've got bad eyes, I understand why you need optics, but being able to see a fly on paper at 100yds with your rifle scopes doesn't mean you're going to hit a deer at 100yds with a 20x rifle scope.

    We usually get invited out to several gun clubs every year that are 100-600yds and we get to see Law Enforcement and Military personnel train with the best.  We don't carry every high end optic out there, but Nikon makes a good camera, good telescopes and darn good long range shooting scopes.   If you properly mount your Nikon rifle scope on your rifle you will get what you paid for and have something to pass down through the family.  It's always best to be practical when choosing the correct amount of magnification for your rifle scope and not go to high.   Varmint hunting is it's own category and too much magnification will narrow your field of view and reduce your chances of being able to observe your surroundings while engaging a target.    When long range shooting at gun clubs, it's good to be able to have a FOV that allows you to see tell tails and leaves that are blowing in the wind which in turn will allow you to adjust your shots.
  • Trijicon

    The Trijicon ACOG is still the most practical, durable and reliable combat optic. They are being used in combat for long range and close quarters combat roles and many troops use the low magnification to identify wires running to IEDs from hundreds of yards away. Increase your proficiency and firearm speed with optics that are setup for shooting military grade ammo. Illuminated reticles will void the need for storing batteries for gun sights that become useless when the batteries die. The AR15/M16 family of rifles are the most versatile combat Carbine. Trijicon optics are also one of the best chooses in using these rifles due to the variety of bullet reticles and optic chooses.


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GG&G S-PT SLNG MNT REM 870 HK HOOK GG&G S-PT SLNG MNT REM 870 HK HOOK
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DMDHD RAILED GAS BLOCK REC HGT .750" DMDHD RAILED GAS BLOCK REC HGT .750"
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DRD BCG 556 NICKEL BORON W/O HAMMER DRD BCG 556 NICKEL BORON W/O HAMMER
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GLOCK TRIGGER PIN 36 GLOCK OEM TRIGGER PIN G36
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GLOCK SPRG LOADED BEARING 40,357 WHI GLOCK OEM SPRG LDD BRNG 40/357 WHT
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Looking to replace or upgrade the Rifle Scopes in your collection? We sell some of the best rifle scopes for hunting and plinking and serious optics for those looking to punch paper at great distances. Trijicon rifle scopes are our best combat optics with a great selection of modernized illuminated reticles for faster target acquisition in lower light. Eotech and Leupold have the most popular Close Quarter Combat optics. Leupold rifle scopes CQT and Eotech sights are for speed and accuracy. Zeiss and Nikon have military sniper level durability and clarity and Leupold Rifle Scopes are still being used in our modern military for use in combat zones. Advanced Combat Optic Gunsights or better known as the Trijicon ACOGS will give you speed, bullet drop compensation for hold overs and combat durable optics for your military style rifles

Serious shooters need serious gear and rifle scopes expect to get what you pay for.  There are ways to make a less expensive optic rock solid on your rifle that will keep it zeroed if mounted properly.   The majority of our users are above the fold and know that loctite is a must on keep your scope rings locked into place.   Pay attention to how your scope is mounted or have a profession look at it.   Scope rings and mounts have more to do with holding a zero and most optics that cost $200 or more should hold up for thousands of rounds.   Gun scopes and gun optics have come a long way in the last decade and major manufacturers have gotten very creative in the reticles they are designing.