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.
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.