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XS Sights is pleased to offer line extensions for its popular second-generation DXT2 Night Sights and a non-tritium rear option in the new DXW2 Night Sights for Glock, SIG SAUER, Smith & Wesson and other select pistol models.  The front

The Optika6 1-6x24 is best optimized for fast-paced medium range competition and hunting. I think this is a great set up for internediate cartridges such as .223 or 7.62x39 cartridge providing fast hits from zero to 300 yards and beyond.

The name Brinyte is no stranger to the site, we have been fortunate enough to perform extensive reviews on two of there flashlights in the past few months. So when the company reached out to us and agreed to send

Mounting a RDS to an MOS pistol? You need to ditch the stock trash and get a C & H Precision Weapon Systems mounting plate. Go with the new V4 Defender and avoid getting #PirateEye

WOOSH Sights™ is a patented new product for the accurate shooting of handguns and rifles.  They profess being easier to learn, more precise, and quicker to acquire. They have recently begun production of their innovative open gun sights called WOOSH Sights™ and

Many shooters see an irregular shape of a fuzzy dot when using red dot optics. Chances are, the image is perfectly round and you have a mild astigmatism. Not to get all sciencey on you, astigmatism simply means your eye

The pocket flashlight wars are in full bloom and lucky for consumers competition breeds better products at better prices. Today's piece of Every Day Carry is one of the newest offerings from a company we featured here before on the

Primary Arms Optics announces new products for SHOT Show 2020 including updates to existing favorites and new optics that bring innovative features at a compelling value.

Streamlight's new TLR-7 A includes two ambidexterous ergonomic switches (one low and one high position) to precisely match your hand placement. The low-profile design prevents snagging and the “safe off” feature prevents accidental activation, saving batteries. The lightweight and compact

Ernest Langdon from Langdon Tactical Technology has a great video about tips and training for weapon mounted white lights on long guns. Where you put it and how you activate it makes a big difference. About Langdon Tactical Technology: The Why As more