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Weaver Tactical Scopes

September 13, 2013
Whether it’s the high pressure of a three-gun competition or the serious job of protecting life and liberty—both here and abroad—Weaver is proud to offer two new riflescopes for tactical applications.

Traditions Tactical Introduces Scopes, Rings

March 29, 2013
Traditions Tactical of Old Saybrook, Conn., has introduced the AR Marksman and AR Patrolman scopes in addition to screw rings for AR platforms, the company announced.

Night Optics Night Vision Scopes

January 8, 2013
New Night Optics night vision scopes (Gen 2+HP and Gen 3) convert virtually any daytime riflescope into a powerful night weapon sight. Advanced day/night capability. Mounts in front of any 1-20x daytime scope with no loss of zero.

VX•R Patrol Scope

April 20, 2012
Patented 1-button design allows users to select between 8 intensity settings. The CR-2032 coin-cell battery produces remarkable runtimes, while the fiber optic light pipe eliminates the need for an eyepiece-based control module.

Mark 4 HAMR Scope and DeltaPoint Sight

December 30, 2011
Ideal for use on any AR-15 variant, every aspect of the Mark 4 HAMR (High Accuracy Multi-range Riflescope) and DeltaPoint red-dot sight combination from Leupold was engineered for speed, precision, and simplicity.

Police Product Test: Leupold VX-R Scope

December 19, 2011

Leupold builds optics to meet end users' needs. This is the case with the VX-R 1.25-4X20 SPR, a scope built for AR-style rifles.

Police Product Test: Under Armour Valsetz and Speed Freak Boots

October 24, 2011

POLICE Magazine reviews Under Armour's Valsetz and Speed Freak lightweight boots, Vortex Optics' Viper PST 2.5-10X44, and 5.11 Tactical's Tactical Trainer 2.0.

Leupold Upgrades Mark 4 Rifle Scopes

August 2, 2010
Primary upgrades include Leupold's Xtended Twilight Lens System, as well as options such as M5 0.1 mil windage and elevation adjustment dials, Horus reticles, front focal plane reticles and third-generation illuminated reticles. Selected options can be retrofitted for existing Mark 4 riflescopes.

Accuscope Scope Sighting Charts

October 1, 2006
AccuScope, a sight-in reference tool for scopes, allows you to easily and accurately sight in a firearm scope. With the user providing the shooting distance from the target and the number of inches off center, the AccuScope slide chart calculates the precise number of “clicks” to adjust both the windage and elevation simultaneously to help the shooter put the next shot on center.

Instrument Technology, Inc. Under-Door Scope

May 1, 2006
ITI’s new version of its under-door scope features an improved design. It slides easily under doors in less than a quarter of an inch of space. New optics with enhanced low-light capability eliminates the need for night vision devices. A three-way attachment allows operators to see left, right, and 90 degrees upward for maximum viewing capacity of the entire room. A highly sensitive, low-noise microphone is optional for audio surveillance.

Konus KonusPro Rifle Scopes

March 1, 2006
Konus Optical & Sport Systems’ KonusPro line of rifle scopes for law enforcement features tactical-style engraved reticles. Using an etched reticle on precision glass instead of a thin wire, the KonusPro is extremely rugged and eliminates the chances of a wire breaking or becoming misaligned. The KonusPro is waterproof and fog proof with a nitrogen purged tube.

Spotting Scope

October 1, 2002
Leupold's variable 12-40x60mm tactical spotting scope provides magnification from 12x to 40x with a Mil Dot "round dot" reticle and light maximizing features, all in a 32-ounce package only 11.3 inches long. The scope's tough, light magnesium body is coated with protective rubber armor and a nitrogen charging and sealing technology for waterproof operation.
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