Category Archives: Optics

Value On Track

Tract Toric 3-15×42 Impact BDC Delivers Sophisticated Performance At A Budget-Friendly Price By John Barsness Tract Optics was formed by

Scope Busters!

If Your Glass Goes South, Here’s How To Get Back On Track By John Barsness At last count 17 different

A Different View

Why And How Scope Parallax Affects Shooting By John Barsness One of the definitions of parallax in my Random House

Rough Zero

A Collimator Begins Saving Time, Effort And Money Quickly By John Barsness This may seem a little strange, but quite

The Long-Term Test

Weaver’s 3-15×42 Super Slam Has Been Giving John Perfect Satisfaction since 2010 By John Barsness Weaver scopes have been known

Let’s Make It Clear

Here’s What The Optical Terms Used To Describe Binoculars And Riflescopes Really Mean. By John Barsness Most shooters know some

For Wide-Open Spaces

The New, Lightweight Leupold VX-R 4-12×40 30mm CDS Helps Extend The range Of Today’s Rifles. By John Barsness Every generation

Optical Brightness

Why Some Scopes Work Better Than Others. By John Barsness Many shooters think optical brightness is totally due to good

Top Glass

Swarovski X5 Riflescopes Deliver High-End Performance. By John Barsness Many riflescope companies really like the hot trend toward “tactical” style

Homemade Zero Stops

If You Like To Twirl Dials, Returning To Your Original Zero Is No Longer A Problem. The development of affordable

The Optics Of Iron

Traditional Rifle Sights Use Neither Lenses Nor Batteries, But Obey Similar Physical Laws. Most shooters think optical sighting devices must

Fit For A King

Nikon’s Monarch 3 2.5-10×42 is a durable hunting scope able to withstand magnum recoil. Among the most interesting and valuable

Reticle Rangefinding

Riflescopes Offer A Simple Way To Check Or Compute Range. Here’s How. Sometimes it seems rifle shooters went directly from