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Hot Shot Manufacturing Accu-Peep

Hot Shot Manufacturing Introduces the Accu-Peep

With a nearly 40-year legacy in the archery industry, Hot Shot Manufacturing is no stranger to product innovation. For 2014, the trend continues with the all-new Accu-Peep, peep sight…

MSE Sights AQC-1C Reflex Sight

MSE Sights AQC-1C Reflex Sight

Command Arms Accessories is the Exclusive Importer and Distributor of MSE Sights. CAA is proud to introduce the MSE family of AQC Red Dot Sights…

RedRing

Introducing The Redring Shotgun Sight

Redring USA LLC, importer and distributor of the truly innovative Redring optical shotgun sight, is bringing a totally new concept of shotgun sights to the American market…

Vortex Crossfire II Riflescope Series

Vortex Redesigns the Crossfire Riflescope Series

Vortex completely redesigned its Crossfire riflescope series for 2012 taking them to an entirely new level. Clearer optics, a tougher build, better eye-relief and a more forgiving eye box are hallmarks of the Crossfire II line…

Vortex Optics Razor Red Dot

Vortex Optics Razor Red Dot

Truly at home on an AR, pistol, shotgun or offset-mounted along side your primary magnified optic, the compact Razor ensures rapid, accurate, target acquisition – every time…

4X32 BAC ACOG

Trijicon ACOG Exclusive Available at RSR Group

RSR Group, Inc. and Trijicon are pleased to introduce the RSR Group Exclusive ACOG – TA31HG-DE, an innovative product that brings together some of the best features of the ACOG Series…

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Aimpoint Micro Review

If you don’t think that high quality glass is important on a red dot, then you just have not ever used a really good red dot before. ..

IQ Bowsight

Setting Up the IQ Bowsight

IQ’s Mike Weinkauf guides you through its setup in a compilation of YouTube videos that can get you on target and dead-nuts accurate within just a few minutes…

Diamondhead Premium DIAMOND Integrated Sighting System

Why Round Gun Sites?

Peep sights are an improvement, and a round aperture is most obvious but is it always ideal…