The M300 Mini Scout is a powerful, lightweight weapon-mounted light that quickly and securely attaches to any Mil-Spec Picatinny rail via its integral thumbscrew clamp. Powered by a single 123A lithium battery, its virtually indestructible LED generates 300 lumens of tactical light shaped by a proprietary TIR lens into a beam with plenty of reach yet enough surround light for close-quarter work.
To get the most accurate shots on the range and in the field, sighting your scope is the only way to shoot. Sighting can sometimes be a difficult and time-consuming process, but it doesn't have to be. We'll show you how to sight in a rifle and zero it in a few easy steps.
For a stable shooting platform that offers greater precision and increased support for your AR-15, a rifle bipod is second to none. At long distances, shooting from some positions with accuracy can be next to impossible without some form of stabilization. Marksmen have many variables to account for: environmental factors, the ebb and flow of the body’s natural rhythm, as well as optimizing your position for follow-up shots.But the rifle bipod helps eliminate many of these factors before squeezing the trigger.
The XC1-B was specially developed to equip compact railed handguns with a source of tactical white light, essential for concealed-carry and other applications. A special multi-faceted reflector shapes the high-performance, recoil-proof LED’s light into Surefire's wide, smooth MaxVision Beam, which is ideal for closer-range identification of threats and situational awareness because this useful beam is also optimized for human vision.
Adjustable Objective (AO) rifle scopes are designed to allow the shooter to focus on the target. There are three main advantages: The target is in-focus, being in-focus will eliminate parallax (movement of the point of aim when the shooter shifts the eye position), and the range information on the focus knob can be used for better aiming.
Experienced hunters know that sighting-in a rifle is imperative to hitting a target. Rifles need to be sighted-in every time they are used, since sudden movements or jolts during transport or storage can knock the rifle out of alignment. A rifle that does not shoot accurately can be dangerous to the shooter and those around him. This article describes how to accurately sight-in a rifle to ensure a safe and hopefully successful day on the shooting range or in the field.