Early this year I wrote an article about Meprolight technology driven Foresight red dot. This Red dot by Meprolight features a 1 MOA red dot, a HUD display, the ability to save 10 different zeroes for a rifle or shotgun, and the ability to change reticles. The Foresight also comes with an companion app to control it all.
Browe, recently announced the release of their new red dot sight called the Browe Mirco Reflex Sight. The new BMR is small, intuitive, and effective options for rifle, pistol, or shotgun. In the competitive RMR market with the like of heavy hitters as, Trijicon, Leupold, and Holosun.
Recently, Leupold has released a blacked out version of their popular Freedom Red Dot Sight. The Freedom red dot was released in 2019, and became a go-to red dot for many shooters within the community. The company didn’t rest on the success of the Freedom red dot. Leupold instead went back to the drawing board to improve the Freedom red dot even more.
In the past few weeks Bushnell has been teasing a new optic on their social media platforms. We only had ideas and glimpses into what Bushnell was bring to the table. Now, we know. Today, Bushnell unveiled its new Match Pro Riflescope.
A week before Shot Show 2020 Trijicon announced a new rangefinder—the Trijicon Ventus. This new rangefinder has the ability to change the landscape of the rangefinder market moving forward. The new Ventus and Ventus X will be the world’s first handheld device with advance wind mapping and range detection.
Geissele continues to grow their product line extensively over the last couple of years. Geissele has started the manufacturing and production of bolt carrier groups (BCG’s) and barrels. They have added the Special Agent line of products that are parts used to fulfill parts for government agencies, mainly the FBI. Now, Geissele has jumped into the optics market with the Super Precision 1-6x optic.
Trijicon is synonymous for building quality optics built with performance, reliability, and precision in mind. Trijicon has recently announced an rangefinder that will like change the landscape moving forward—meet the Trijicon Ventus and Ventus X.
What do you think of when you hear the term low power variable optic? Most shooters with a reasonable amount of scope knowledge would think 1-4x, 1-6x, and 1-8x power optics. Vortex has has stepped into the uncharted waters with an LPVO with up to 10x magnification. Meet Vortex’s new LPVO, Razor HD Gen III 1-10×24 FFP.
To start off 2020 Primary Arms has released a new low power variable optic (LVPO), The SLx 1-8×244 FFP scope. The new optic comes with the popular and versatile ACSS Raptor Reticle.
Two Nightforce riflescopes have been chosen for USSOCOM Percision-Variable Power Scope (P-VPS). Which is a component of the Miniature Aiming Systems Day Optic (MAS-D) program. SOCOM chose two Nightforce ATACR variant optics, the ATACR 5-25×56 F1 and 7-35×56 F1 riflescopes.
Recently, U.S. Optics released the new Foundation Series of rifle scopes. The new scopes establish a new standard of reliability, durability, and performance according to U.S. Optics.
Meprolight recently announced the Mepro Foresight Optic and companion app. The app software will allow for users to save weapon profiles, zero data, and much more.
At MilPol 2019 Aimpoint unveiled their new COMPM5b. The new red dot is apart of the COMPM red dot series of optics. The new optic will come with a standard 2 MOA red dot, night vision compatible with all generation of NVG’s, excellent battery life and durability, along with a new bullet drop compensation system.