As a hunter, my optics are key to my success. Perhaps you now have a binoculars for hunting or traveling, or you have a telescope designed for astronomy. But when you are more and more serious about outdoor activities, you will sooner or later want a spotting scope and tripod. For bird watching, the high magnification and better stability will allow you to see details on birds that cannot be seen with binoculars. Hunters use them to effectively spot, follow and identify wildlife while target shooters use them for scoring.
The Shemagh (pronounced "schmog" - also known as a keffiyeh) is a traditional head wrap originating from the Middle East/Arabic culture developed from the Arabic turban - and have been used by them for centuries. Now days it's perhaps publicly best know as used by the Palestinians in Israel. To the western world and - in military use - the British SAS (Special Air Service) discovered the Shemaghs potential when operating in northern Africa's deserts during the WW2. It has been a popular and valuable piece of the SAS soldiers equipment ever since and have spread from there.
Wide range of night vision devices, generally refers to the built-in magnification night vision device, generally divided into two categories: monoculars or binoculars. According to the distance needs, select the magnification, 2x, 3x, or 7x, and so on.
I personally believe that lights are essential for any rifle used for self-defense or law enforcement. While they can have drawbacks (improper use can alert your adversary to your location and movement), you need to be able to identify your target before you engage it, and you can’t identify it if you can’t see it. So it is very important to take control of your weapon light quickly. Some weapons lights are available with tape switches, some have only push buttons/levers. Some (most) have momentary and constant on modes, but how do you activate those two functions – twist, push, tape?