riflescope

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ri·fle·scope

 (rī′fəl-skōp′)
n.
A telescopic sight for a rifle.
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The new Bushnell lineup includes a new Tac Optics line, as well as additions to the popular AR Optics and Elite Tactical riflescopes.
THIS YEAR'S SHOT SHOW REVEALED A LOT OF INTERESTING NEW RIFLESCOPES, ELECTRONIC-DOT SIGHTS, BINOCULARS, AND MORE.
Today, military and special operations units, hunters, competition shooters, tactical professionals and law enforcement professionals rely on Nightforce's six distinct families of Mil-Spec and civilian riflescopes.
The Mark 6 and Mark 8 line of riflescopes from Leupold & Stevens now comes with more reticle options.
The Whiskey5 and Whiskey3 Hunting Riflescopes comprise the WHISKEY Series of the new SIG SAUER Electro Optics line.
The Panther C series riflescopes are available now, retail pricing starts at $5949.
Soon joined by his brother-in-law, Adam Voelpel (and a bit later by John Stevens), the company didn't make riflescopes in those days.
People love the Legend Ultra-HD line of affordable binoculars, and now hunters can enjoy those same attributes in the new Ultra-HD line of riflescopes, which I believe are even better than the binoculars.
Riflescopes are ever more compact with better lenses and wider fields of view, while new "tactical-feature" hunting scopes with 30mm tubes and turret-focus mechanisms also continue to enter the market.
Sightmark's Triple Duty Green Universal Boresight provides the theoretical point of bullet impact allowing you to save time, money and ammo while sighting in riflescopes and other sighting devices.
The Field & stream hunting optics handbook; an expert's guide to riflescopes, binoculars, spotting scopes, and rangefinders.
Fogged-up eyeglasses, binoculars, and riflescopes are a thing of the past with Parker's[R] Perfect Solution.