The Elcan SpecterDR takes a beating sometimes – but is that negativity justified? Here’s an in depth look at the LPVO: make your own decision.
If you’re all about rifle season, here’s your chance to shine. Of course, if you don’t have yourself a long-range precision optic, that might be a problem. You should probably get to looking. But no need to look too far, especially if you’re a fan of Primary Arms,...
Personal experience says the Burris Fastfire 3 is a tough hombre. I wouldn’t carry it to war but would be comfortable with it on a home defense weapon. Those looking to get into handgun red dots can try it out on the cheap, and those looking at the competition or sporting side of it can count on it.
Shut up mortarmen, I’ll figure out how far the target is with my Vortex Impact 1000 rangefinder. It’s new, compact, lightweight, and capable.
Vortex is slinging out some new optics to include the new Viper spotting scope eyepiece, and two new updated Stirke Eagle LPVOs. Here is the downlow.
So what happens when you spend a total of $93.05 for a budget-friendly red dot sight and magnifier set-up? The Poor’s Red Dot Set-up is made up of a Bushnell TRS 25 red dot sight, a UTG Hi-Profile compact riser, and a UTG 3x magnifier flip to side with a QD mount. To be fair this setup would normally cost a bit more than $100 but with smart shopping, you can doi it quite well.
Primary Arms keeps rolling out new optics one after another. The latest options are the SLx MD-25 red dot sight and the GLx rifle scopes. Take a look!
Who doesn’t love prism sights? Primary Arms is releasing 6 new optics in the GLx and SLx line of optics. Give ’em a look.