HIVIZ SR22 Interchangeable Front Handgun Sight for Ruger SR22 with Adjustable Rear Sight

Wednesday, March 18, 2015


HIVIZ SR22 Interchangeable Front Handgun Sight for Ruger SR22 with Adjustable Rear Sight








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Easily installs in under 5 mins. Though its not as bright as Tru-Glo fiber optic sights I'm use to. The option to swap to Fiber Optic Red or Opaque White is a nice touch.

CVLIFE 16x40 Compact Sports Monocular Telescope Pocket Mono Spotting Scope With Pouch Black


CVLIFE 16x40 Compact Sports Monocular Telescope Pocket Mono Spotting Scope With Pouch Black








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Let's talk about what the numbers mean on optics.



The first number is the magnification. Since this number is 16 in this case, this monocular will cause objects to appear 16x closer.



The second number describes the size, in mm, of the objective lens. The larger the objective lens, the more light will be gathered by the optic. The more light, the brighter the image.



The field of view on this optic is 66m @ 1000m. That means if you glance at an area 1000m away, you will see an area 66m in width through the lens.



So in some reviews here, I don't understand why customers complain about the magnification or size. You already know the magnification, it's 16x. If the magnification isn't right, that mistake is on you. The size is largely determined by the objective lens. You already know this mono will be 40mm wide at one end, so you know how large it will be, for the most part.



Some other major considerations that affect picture: (nothing to do with the numbers)

- Quality of glass

- Quality of construction



This is nearly impossible to determine in this price range. In high-end camera lenses, you have a really good idea of the quality of the glass, but here you don't.



Now, for the comparison. I already own a Barska Blueline 10x40 monocular. Right off the bat, the magnifications are different, so I can't compare those. However, the objective lenses are the same size, so we can compare the quality of the image. I have never been able to get a good image from the Barska, and for the money, I felt like it should have been better. I took a huge chance with the 16x40, because it's generic and the reviews are mixed. But for $10-15, it was worth it. The cheap 16x40 (this product) ended up having a clearer picture than the Barska. Although the 16x40 isn't great, the Barska Blueline has always given me a cloudy picture.



For the price of this optic, it would be hard to go wrong. It's great for amateurs who don't need tons of detail and a super clear picture. The glass and construction on this optic are surprisingly good.

H and K Trijicon USP Compact HD Front Outline Night Sight Set

Monday, March 16, 2015


H and K Trijicon USP Compact HD Front Outline Night Sight Set








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Best sights I have tried yet. I have Trijicon night sights on other guns but the HD sights are much better and faster in well lit situations or transitional lighting. In extreme low light they are the same as the regular Trijicon sights.

TRUGLO Kimber Tritium Handgun Sight

Sunday, March 15, 2015


TRUGLO Kimber Tritium Handgun Sight




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The TRUGLO Tritium handgun sights use the brightest tritium available. CNC-machined steel construction. Green front and rear. Fits standard holsters. Snag-resistant design.



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These are way better than the stock Kimber sights and the Tritium night capabilities is icing on the cake They were easy to install with a brass punch set. I used some urethane vice jaws to hold the slide in place while I tapped out the stock sights and installed the new ones. Well worth the money.


Tasco Tasco World Class 20-60x60 Zoom Spotting Scope with Tripod - 45 Degree Eyepiece

Friday, March 13, 2015


Tasco Tasco World Class 20-60x60 Zoom Spotting Scope with Tripod - 45 Degree Eyepiece




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Tasco World Class 20-60x60 Zoom Spotting Scope with Tripod - 45 Degree Eyepiece Mid-size angled waterproof spotting scope. Large 60mm objective lens diameter. 20x-60x adjustable magnification. FOV: 80 feet at 20x, 50 feet at 60x zoom. Full 45-degree eyepiece. Comes complete with table top tripod and hard case.



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This is an excellent scope. I don't believe my old Leupold has anything on this scope, except a higher cost. Clear sight at all powers and extremely clear targets at 250 yards. I couldn't be happier with my choice of buying this scope at a great price!


BSA 2-7X32 Edge Series Pistol Scope

Thursday, March 12, 2015


BSA 2-7X32 Edge Series Pistol Scope








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A sweet, basic scope where less is more. No IR, no Mil-Dots. Lightweight, well built with pretty good optics. Comes in the the box with no rings. Using UTG's medium Picatinny rings, and a Brass Stacker scope mount mates the scope to my Mosin Nagant M91 Dragoon. With the Brass Stacker mount it's very easy to position the scope over the receiver without effecting the loading of the magazine; no change out of the bolt is required due to the excellent eye relief.. I've rated the scope at 4 stars due to the Elevation and Windage barrels requiring a screwdriver for adjustment, and a lack of a sunshade...but, that's just being nit picky on my part.

If you require a big name scope with lots of bells and whistles, then this scope isn't for you. However, if you need a Scout scope for a Mosin this one is worth considering.

Aim Sports 2-7X32 Pistol Scope with Rings


Aim Sports 2-7X32 Pistol Scope with Rings




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AIM Sports 2-7x32 Pistol Scope brings tack-driving performance to your handgun. Bullets to the bull's eye! Get a much better fix on your target than relying on old-school iron sights with this sleek AIM Sports 2-7x32mm Pistol Scope. Loaded for bear with 1-Pc. construction and high-quality multi-coated glass, the AIM Sports crew even throw in rings... $15.00 value FREE! Ready, aim fire: Milled from one solid piece of aircraft grade aluminum to withstand constant heavy recoil; Fog proof and shock-resistant housing; Waterproof, shockproof, and fogproof nitrogen charged construction; F.O.V. @ 100 yds.: 14-4.6'; Blue fused multi-coated lens provides superior light transmission, resolution and scratch resistance; Classic Duplex reticle gets you on target; 1/4 MOA windage and elevation adjustment; 8 1/2 - 10 1/2" eye relief is ready for your handgunning; Includes 1" rings; Matte black housing; 10 1/2" long, 1" tube. Weighs 9 ozs. Take the shot with confidence. Order Today! WARNING: Shipping restrictions apply to the product(s) above under some jurisdictions. Known Age, State and Local shipping restrictions are applied at Checkout and may result in changes to an order. AIM Sports 2-7x32 Pistol Scope



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I,ve read negative reviews regarding the aim sports scope however, I don,t think neg feedback regarding a cheap inexpensive scope on a 44mag or fact similarly there of is a fair review. I put my aim sport on a Ruger Mark 11 22lr pistol and it works great I,am happy with the tight groups I,am shooting at 50yds. If the reviewers are shooting high powered rifles and pistols you need to break down and spend a few more dollars and get a scope that will handle the caliber you are shooting