Leading optics manufacturer Sightmark proudly presents the Mini Shot A-Spec M2, their innovative new reflex sight, enhancing versatility with its RMR footprint compatibility. This advanced reflex sight is also compatible with previously supported RMSC and Docter cuts, broadening its usability across various pistols and reinforcing the Mini Shot A-Spec’s reputation for dependability and precision.
Sightmark is proud to announce the launch of its advanced Solitude XD LRF binoculars. Offered in 8×32 and 10×42 magnification options and boasting a potent laser rangefinder (LRF) with a maximum range reaching 1640 yards, this technologically advanced binocular set is equally at home on the hunt or at the range.
Pulsar, a trailblazer in thermal imaging technology, is excited to announce the release of the Merger LRF XL50, a groundbreaking thermal imaging binocular that redefines exceptional performance and imagery. Designed for professionals and outdoor aficionados alike, this high-tech instrument promises an unmatched viewing experience.
Pulsar®, a leading innovator in optics technology, unveils the revolutionary Thermion Duo DXP55 multispectral riflescope, transforming the world of optics forever. As a significant upgrade to the game-changing DXP50, this groundbreaking riflescope sets a new standard for versatility in day and night use with its exceptional blend of thermal vision and full-color daytime capabilities.
One might think that a guy who’s spent his life racing high performance vehicles at breakneck speeds—and occasionally flipping them for extra points—wouldn’t be afraid of much. But Travis Pastrana has his own fears, which to him are more terrifying than crashing a car going 200 miles an hour. “My goal in life has been to never grow up,” he says.
Despite all of our technological advancements, people have less free time now than at any point in modern history. And it’s not just the adults. Anyone with kids in sports, band or dance knows practices can be every day plus Saturdays. Who has time to scout between work, chores and keeping up with your kids’ activities? And if you don’t scout, there’s a good chance you won’t deer hunt, either.