Extreme disappointment in Leupold.

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Update-  Finally heard back from Leupold, they acknowledge this is a mistake and will be correcting it. I have an old TS-30 A2 Leopold scope. ...

Optic of the week: HK Diopter BUIS

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Ok, I'm phoning it in this week.  I found these old HK BUIS I thought I sold long ago, and I found that the...

Review: Chaos Ready Flip Up Iron Sights

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I was supplied a set of Chaos Ready Flip Up sights to try and review.  When I saw that they were $27.99 I was pretty doubtful...

Optic of the week: Nightforce 2.5-10X24

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For a long time the Trijicon ACOG was my favorite scope.  Transitioning from iron sights to 4x magnification was a massive force multiplier.  From...

Optic of the week: Trijicon TA31RCO-A4

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I can't believe I haven't written about the TA31 series of ACOGs yet.  These were my favorite optic for a long time.  My first...

Optic of the Week: Leupold CQ/T

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First time I used a Leupold CQ/T it was mounted on a friends M1A.  It seemed to me an impractical combination as it was...

Optic of the week: Matech BUIS

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The Matech sights that come from Colt have the Picatinny marking.  I have not seen this marking on these sights from other sources. Some time...

Optic of the week: AN/PVS-4 Night Vision Scope

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The bottom optic in that photo is an AN/PVS-4 Night Vision Sight. The PVS-4 is a 3.6x scope, usually Generation 2 but there are Generation...

Optic of the week: NV-224 Darkstar Night Vision Scope

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The top optic is a Darkstar NV-224 night vision scope, below it is a AN/PVS-4 for comparison.  The company that made it, Tactical Night...

Optic of the week – SU-231/PEQ Eotech 553

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Around a decade ago it was common knowledge that Eotechs were faster to use and better than Aimpoints.  Just like how not very long...