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Top 5 Tactical Scopes For Top Shooters

Top 5 Tactical Scope

Follow my blog with Bloglovin For a regular shooter, firearms gear is a personal choice and more than often their choice of guns and scopes do not really change. If you are used to a Vortex scope, you will probably like to stick to it. However, since last year, the ...

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Vortex Razor HD Gen II 4.5-27×56 Review

Vortex Razor HD Gen II 4.5-27x56 EBR-2C Riflescope

What’s new in Vortex Razor HD Gen II 4.5-27×56? In this Vortex Razor HD Gen II 4.5-27×56 review we will explore the important features and provide a glimpse to the specifications for the Gen II Vortex Razor scopes. These are endowed with EBR-2C MRAD Reticle, which combines a high-transmission lens ...

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Trijicon Launches The MRO – Red-Dot Sight

Trijicon MRO

Trijicon takes the science of the red dot sight to the next level with the Trijicon Miniature Rifle Optic or MRO, a red-dot sight tough enough for combat, the mean streets of law enforcement, competition shooting or hunting in the harshest of environments. Light and rugged, the Trijicon MRO mounts easily, ...

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Winchester Offers New Model 1873 Sporter

Model-73-Sporter

Of all American guns few are as iconic as the Winchester Model 1873. The lever-action rifle, after all, was the “Gun that won the west.” The carbine’s heyday as a military firearm and a tool for taming the American frontier might be over, but the demand for the historic rifle ...

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Top 10 Most Popular Cheapest Selling Riflesope

BESTEK® 3-9X40mm

I have seen lots of people specially young enthusiast searching over internet, asking on forums, reddit about how to choose their first gear, weather its rifle, cloths, scopes or any other equipment. Today i am going to show you top 10 all time best selling riflescope for your rifles. You’re ...

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The USMC M40 Sniper Rifle: A Useful Life?

Next year, the Marine Corp will celebrate the 50th birthday of an old friend: the 7.62x51mm M40 sniper rifle. Like most 49-year-olds, this old war horse has been through a lot. Born in the early days of the Vietnam War, the first variant was a far cry from today’s M40A5. ...

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The Last Big Bore Game Rifle

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Well, certainly it is not in fact the last big game rifle, but rather a little-known offshoot of what was the last military bolt-action rifle adopted as a standard infantry weapon by its home country, the relatively well-known MAS 36. The pictures below shows the MAS sporting rifle variant in ...

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