Saving money when you’re in the market for a new rifle scope starts with taking an in-depth look at additional scope features. With so many tempting and seemingly necessary features on high-end rifle scopes, you can’t always be sure which ones you need and which ones you can go without. Parallax adjustment is nearly always on the top of that “undecided” list. So, to help you narrow down your options we’ve put together some how-to’s and tips to inform you of whether or not parallax adjustment is for you.Plus, these tips will help you master the art of parallax adjustments if you decide a scope with this feature is for you.
Every rifle scope out there has a purpose. Some can be considered multi-purpose but one scope cannot usually fulfil all your requirements. The reticle may be too thick, there may not be enough elevation in the turret, the design may not have enough power in the zoom, or perhaps there's no reference marks in the reticle when some are obviously required.
Stribog, the mythical Slavic god of wind and storms, would be proud of his new namesake. Grand Power is excited to announce that the new Stribog semi-automatic carbine pistol has begun shipping in the United States.
The subject of camouflage. They are all designed, primarily, for concealment, for hiding, for disguising the wearer, for allowing you to hide in plain sight. You can apply the subject of hiding in plain sight to hunting. There are a few simple principles to keep in mind when you are out in the field: