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Insight Tech-Gear Ships New MRDS: Mini Red Dot Sight

July 9, 2009
Insight Tech-Gear, the world’s leading provider of tactical lasers, illuminators, and thermal imaging equipment, announced it has begun shipping its new MRDS Mini Red Dot Sight.

FNH USA Introduces FN Five-SeveN Standard with Three-Dot Fixed Sights

July 8, 2009
FNH USA is now shipping FN Five-SeveN Standards in black matte finish and olive drab green with U.S.-made three-dot fixed sights.

DPMS Panther Mini SASS Rifle

August 1, 2008

So successful was the 7.62 x 51mm rifle designed for the military that DPMS officials decided to build a 5.56 x 45mm version of the gun. Called, appropriately enough, the Mini SASS, this new rifle has many of the same features that made its big brother so popular.

Lights, Lasers, and Tactical Sights

January 1, 2008

There was a temptation to slug this article with the headline "Pimp Your Handgun." After all, it's catchy and it's trendy…There's only one thing wrong with it, it's dead wrong.

Rifle Optics 2008

January 1, 2008

The year's new long-gun optics.

A2 Spring Actuated Iron Sight

August 1, 2007
The New GG&G A2 Spring Actuated Back Up Iron Sight (BUIS) deploys with just the push of a button, even with your off hand. Its mechanism captivates the actuator spring and mechanical components, preventing adverse environmental contact. The locking mechanism functions for both the raised and lowered position, preventing accidental raising or lowering of the sight.

Holographic Laser Reflex Sight

August 1, 2007
Lightweight, waterproof, and shockproof, Sightmark’s Dual Shot is distinguished from other reflex sights by its accompanying laser that is in parallel precision for the highest accuracy when shooting at even the fastest moving targets, and by its 0 to infinity usage capabilities. The laser can also be removed from the Dual Shot for use on its own, or reattached depending on preference.

DPMS Panther Arms LRT-SASS Rifle

May 1, 2007

Simply put, the LRT-SASS is an AR-15 on steroids. It is larger in size, larger in caliber, and heavier in weight. The LRT-SASS I used for this review arrived in a padded “gun case” with the owner’s manuals, two 19-round magazines, one LRT with four position handguards with covers, Mangonel front/rear flip-up sights, a sling, and a Harris bipod—all in all, a ready-to-use package.

Police Product Test: C More Systems Tactical Red Dot Sight

May 1, 2007

C More Systems' Tactical sight is designed to meet the requirements of a sight for daily duty use. The sight, a tubeless heads-up model designed to mount on a flat top AR, comes with an A2-type iron sight so the dot and iron sights can be co-witnessed.

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.

Morovision Night Vision 10X Adapter for Monocular and Goggles

September 1, 2006
Applicable to PVS-14 Monoculars and PVS-7 Goggles, the Morovision 10X Lens Adapter can be quickly fitted into the filter thread of the objective lens of a system, converting it into a long-range night sighting device. The 10X lens offers a relative four-degree field of view, depending on the amount of ambient light available during operation. The lens adapter can also be used as a standalone 10x 40mm daytime spotting scope.

Trijicon Tripower Sight

February 1, 2006
Trijicon’s TriPower is a triple-illuminated reflex sight. Its red chevron-shaped reticle features three separate lighting sources: fiber optic, tritium phosphor-lamp, and an on-call battery backup system. The sight provides both-eyes-open aiming precision and speed in lighting conditions ranging from dim to completely dark.

Visual Aids

February 1, 2004

Believe it or not, many cops are walking around with the decaying remnants of America's nuclear arsenal strapped to their hips.

SHOT Show 2003: This Year's Models

April 1, 2003

Each year the National Shooting Sports Foundation Inc. stages one of the nation’s largest exhibits of new products in the firearms and hunting markets, the Shooting, Hunting, and Outdoors Trade (SHOT) Show. Here’s our look at some of the more intriguing items that we saw in the aisles.

Laser Sights for SIG Pistols

January 1, 2003
LaserMax has expanded its SIG Sauer laser sight line with new models for the P239 and P245. Each LaserMax sight has a highly visible laser beam to improve accuracy and aiming speed in low light.

The Great Persuader

January 1, 2003

Recently on the U.S. border with Mexico, a Border Patrol officer was caught with no backup while facing an angry mob of illegal aliens bent on crossing into the United States.

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