riflescope

ri·fle·scope

 (rī′fəl-skōp′)
n.
A telescopic sight for a rifle.
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M2 PRESSWIRE-August 9, 2019-: Global Riflescope Market Analysis & Forecast 2019-2025: Electro Optic, Thermal Imaging/Infrared, and Laser
If I had to explain the functionality of the Cronus, I would describe it as "A riflescope and a spotting scope had a baby." Focusing is done back by the eyepiece, like a riflescope--except it has a 3-position eyecup, like a spotter.
Increasing number of people showing interest in shooting sports and rise in new product development with innovative technology by manufacturers are some of the trends driving the demand for a riflescope.
[UKPRwire, Mon Jul 08 2019] According to the report compiled by Fact.MR, the global Riflescope Market is likely to experience moderate growth.
Bushnell sponsored shooter Robert Brantley used his Elite Tactical XRS II riflescope to return to the podium at the 2019 King of the 2 Miles (KO2M) Match in Raton, New Mexico.
Department of Defense (DoD) has selected SIG SAUER's Electro-Optics TANGO6T 1-6x24 Second Focal Plane (SFP) Riflescope and ALPHA4 Ultralight Mount for use by Special Operations Forces.
Meopta's new MeoNight 1.1 night vision device can be used as a night vision monocular for stand-alone viewing or used with a riflescope to adapt it for night-time use.
What we really wanted was to see and aim like we could with a riflescope. We knew magnification lenses were available for bow sights, so we bought some.
Despite having finished last at York on his latest outing, Mark Johnston's Riflescope is worth chancing at a massive price.
After partnering his first winner for Mark Johnston on Thursday, Doyle doubled his tally of victories for the Middleham master - who also landed a treble - after Riflescope (9-4) floored his rivals.
The system can be mounted directly to a picatinny rail or the front bell housing of a daytime riflescope using a Night Optics day/night mount.