In the 1930s, scientists developed electronic devices to detect invisible infrared light and convert it into a visible image.
I was surprised to find out that I prefer the clarity of my PVS14.
One of the guys in the vintage Unertl group shared pictures of this Tasco he purchased. Yes, I have said before, Tasco did make an external adjustment optic way back in the day. Reportedly from trusted reliable people, the glass and clarity on them are first rate. Made in Japan ground glass. The mounts andContinue reading “TASCO Externally Adjustable Target Scope”
This scope has a lot of history.
Early efforts to use the M16 for sniping
The Weaver K4 was a top end optic of its day and it is easy to see why.
We take a look at the Sig Sauer Romeo4S ‘Refurbished’ sight that I bought from Sig Sauer’s website.
A few years ago. Remington released and exact replica of the Vietnam War era USMC issued M40 sniper rifle. The rifles were a limited run and came with a unique serial number along with the prefix “SSA” for the Scout Sniper Association ” and a SSA challenge coin. The rifles are as close as couldContinue reading “Reproduction Redfield USMC M40 Sniper Rifle Optic and Redfield Base And Rings”
The Leupold MK AR 1x4x is a pretty nifty optic. With the increase in popularity of the variable power carbine optic and the increase in price that comes along with that popularity. The 1x-4x is no frills alternative that is still handy and versatile without the $1,800+ price. The scope has a 1 inch tubeContinue reading “OPTIC OF THE WEEK: Mark AR MOD 1 1.5-4x20mm”
The optic for this week is not a gun sight but a range finding device. It’s probably something you may or may not have seen before on the internet but its not something younger shooters are familiar with. While it looks large and not at all handy, it was at one time one of theContinue reading “SWISS ARTILLERY RANGEFINDER”