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FS: LASER-GENETICS Designator from Webyshops.com. Clearance!

FS: LASER-GENETICS Designator from Webyshops.com. Clearance!

FS: LASER-GENETICS ND3S Green Laser Designator w/ 3-10×50 Scope (LGND3S) CLEARANCE! Our Price: $299.99 The LASER-GENETICS ND3S Green Laser Designator w/ 3-10×50 Scope (LGND3S) is a combination of the ND-3 and a Laser Genetics 3.5-10×50 Fully Multi-Coated Rifle Scope. The ND-3 Laser Designator is a precision optical lighting instrument using advanced green laser technology. The patented Rotary Optical Collimator allows full adjustment and control of beam diameter and intensity to focus light where you need it most. Rotating the collimator…

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KOWA Introduces the Prominar Telephoto Lens/Scope

KOWA Introduces the Prominar Telephoto Lens/Scope

In the outdoor world, cross utilization of essentials can be paramount, especially when the situation dictates minimizing your load. Kowa introduces the Prominar 500mm F5.6FL Telephoto Lens/Scope. Its two-in-one high performance camera lens and spotting scope guarantees the perfect visual every time. The fluorite crystal lens minimizes chromatic aberration (color blur) that occurs in most long focal length lenses. Change the standard 500mm F5.6 lens to increase brightness with the 350mm F4 and even increase the length of the telephoto…

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Nikon Sport Optics

Nikon Sport Optics

Nikon Sport Optics is thrilled to announce the following new products for 2011. For full releases, specs and photos visit nikondownload.com or stop by booth # 11221 at the 2011 SHOT Show. Redesigned EDG Series Binocular Features Nikon’s ED glass lenses New body style for faster handling and incredible ruggedness Improved Central focus and diopter adjustment Bolt XR Crossbow scope Bright fully multicoated 3x Optics BDC 60 Crossbow reticle Spot On updates allow matching of any bolt or crossbow ProStaff…

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Riflescope Basics

Riflescope Basics

This may sound like a silly question, but bear with me.  There is a method to my madness. To a shooter, it is a weapon sight.  It is supposed to be slapped on top of a weapon, sighted in and used for its intended purpose: aiming. To an engineer, it is an opto-mechanical device that is used for aiming.  Nowadays, it is not even always a pure opto-mechanical device since quite a few riflescopes have some electronics in them (reticle…

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