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Designated Marksman optics: A buyer's guide
Police News
A few months ago, I reached out to optics manufacturers in order to review and report on the current scope sights available for a police Designated Marksman (DM) rifle. A DM needs the ability to make shots at and beyond 200 yards and, more importantly ...

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American Rifleman (press release) (blog)

Review: Century International Arms Zastava PAP M77 PS Semi-Automatic Rifle
American Rifleman (press release) (blog)
Over the last couple of years, we've seen the modern sporting rifle market become saturated, if not deluged, with AR-15 pattern platforms chambered for 5.56 NATO and .223 Rem. Recognizing that AR-15 sales were eventually going to slow down, which they ...

Gun Test: Springfield's SOCOM 16
Daily Caller
Springfield Armory's SOCOM 16 is heir to a service rifle platform, a platform which began looking better in retrospect almost as soon as it gave way to “The Next Big Thing.” But before we deal with it, let's take a brief look back. A funny thing ...

Leupold FireDot Reticle System - Optics Innovation
AmmoLand.com (press release)
BEAVERTON, Ore. –-(Ammoland.com)- Leupold's long history of optics innovation for hunting continues with the new illuminated FireDot Reticle System, now available exclusively in VX-R riflescopes. The system includes five different reticle choices ...

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New Riflescopes 2013: OL Reviews and Ranks the Best Scopes of the Year
Outdoor Life Magazine (blog)
The scope's low-profile turrets and compact focus knob are in proportion to its 30mm tube. Leupold has incorporated one of the industry's most user-friendly illumination systems in the left-side focus turret. Called FireDot, it lights up a center ...