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Nikon Introduces New Riflescope For .300 AAC Blackout

The .300 AAC Blackout has taken the industry by storm and is considered one of the hottest new cartridges for hunting feral hogs with AR/MSR platform rifles.  This versatile cartridge provides the ability to shoot subsonic ammunition for low-noise applications and supersonic ammunition for longer-range shots. Nikon has developed the all-new P-300 BLK riflescope to embrace both applications and to harness the effectiveness of this exciting new caliber.
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Nikon Debuts ACULON A211 Binocular

The ACULON A211 binocular officially launches Nikon’s all-new ACULON optics family to the world.  With seven fixed power and two zoom models, every adventure can now be enhanced with an economically priced quality optic.

                                                           

More Budget Optics

The Haus reviews the Sightmark Red Dot and has pretty good things to say about it…. Not bad for $84

Votrex Sparc

Brandon has put together his long awaited review on the Vortex Sparc….. $199 on Amazon. Or you could just go the Bushnell TRS-25 route like I did . (Read the review here) *Cough – $80!

Thats a great looking rifle, isnt it?

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Red Dot Tactical-Derp Actually Turns out to be Pretty Useful

Alternate Headline: How many cheap optics can you hang on an AR?

So, I was gonna take a picture of the AR with both a 3×9 scope and a red dot on it just for the comedic value of it all… but as I was mounting it all up I began to wonder if it would actually work out as an effective magnifier for the red dot.

Tactical Derp

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Bushnell TRS-25 Drop Test

Alternate Headline: Butter Fingers

Bushnell TRS-25 Micro Red Dot Sight Review

Yeah, sometimes my carelessness gets the better of me and stuff ends up on the ground. I’m not accident prone or anything like that, but it seems like once every six months or so my fingers get the butter on them.

This time it was the Bushnell TRS-25. Some of you might have read the review I did a while back, but if not the TRS-25 is a budget red dot optic very much akin to the Aimpoint Micro. Its one of the more outstanding budget optics that I have ever seen, and its been running great the entire time that I have had it. Oh, and did I mention that it will only cost ya about $80?

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