The Kinetic Development Group is working on a Sidelock QD mount for Aimpoint Micro and compatible optics and has new QD M-Lok rails and Harris bipod mount.
Designed for ARs and other rifles with flattop receivers, the P7 is a rugged, compact scope with an illuminated range-finding reticle at a nice low price.
Trijicon is rolling out new second-generation Compact ACOG scopes with an even tougher housing and two new AccuPoint scopes in 1-6x and 2.5-12.5x powers.
This year Glock released the Modular Optic System, a platform that allows shooters to mount their preferred reflex sights to their pistol for better target acquisition.
Sandia National Labs is working on a fundamentally-new push-button variable-power scope that uses a pair of flexible lenses that replicate the human eye.
Aimpoint has just officially unveiled their newest red dot sight, the Micro T-2. The T-2 is a completely upgraded version of their standard-setting T-1
I’m a sucker for a good red dot on a scattergun. And as a review writer, I see a lot of them. The ones that work well sometimes end up costing as much as the gun beneath it. But not the Burris FastFire III. It is very affordable. So how does it stand up?
Konus makes quality scopes that aren’t going to break the bank. The Sight Pro TR is a full-sized red and green dot optic that offers surprising versatility for the price. On the right gun, the Sight Pro rocks. But it has its limitations.
“Black rifles,” tactical carbines that are largely comprised of AR-15-type rifles, are the most popular…
The Trijicon RMR doesn’t look like much. It looks so small, espsceially when it tops a rifle, that the RMR could be easily dismissed. Yet the optic’s functionality make it a giant in the reflex market. And the RMR is the fastest, most accurate red dot I’ve ever used.