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Sig Sauer Riflescopes
Sig Sauer Zulu 7 Binocular, 10X42, HD Lens, Open Bridge, Graphite$699.99 Add to cart
Talley Rings and Bases 30mm Stiller Predator w/ Recoil Pin (High)$56.95 Add to cart
Talley Rings and Bases 30mm Stiller Predator w/ Recoil Pin (Med)$56.95 Add to cart
Talley Rings and Bases 30mm Stiller Tactical 30/300 w/ Recoil Pin (High)$56.95 Add to cart
Talley Rings and Bases 30mm Stiller Tactical 30/300 w/ Recoil Pin (Med)$56.95 Add to cart
FlatlineOps Scope Level Sniper 30mm$139.00 Add to cart
FlatlineOps Scope Level Scout 30mm$79.00 Add to cart
FlatlineOps Scope Level Recon 34mm$84.00 Add to cart
Talley Rings and Bases 30mm Borden Alpine/Timberline (Med)$55.95 Add to cart
How do I choose the right optics for my rifle?
High quality glass scopes will retain adjustment through travel, shooting sessions and storage. Other factors that determine the right scope for your rifle are; the retention of the core adjustment system in the scope, total elevation adjustment, Parallax adjustments, scope mounts and installation as well as the overall balance of your weapon fitted with a scope. Lighting, weather and fog resistance are important factors to consider as well depending on your needs.
What kinds of optics are available for hunting rifles?
Gunware offers riflescopes, spotting scopes, thermal scopes as well as scope mounts, rings and levels to outfit your specific rifle. Our selection also includes rangefinders and binoculars to add to the precision of your long range hunting rifle. There are also several different features to most accessories, such as fixed and variable, illuminated or non-illuminated, and other aspects to consider when selecting your optics.
Which optics are most accurate for long range hunting?
When choosing 1000 yard optics for your custom long range hunting rifle, you need to pair it up with a scope that is rated for the caliber of weapon that it’s intended to be fitted with. Since long range shooting relies almost entirely on optics, you will need a variable scope with pristine clarity and adequate adjustment range to compensate for the bullet dropping down the long range.
Why do rifle optics tend to be more expensive?
Simply put, you get what you pay for- for example, many high quality optics use glass from Swarovski. The technically advanced adjustable controls and options of today’s optics have made leaps and bounds in the long range rifle industry. This ensures that your ultimate control, accuracy and clarity leave you hitting your mark with established consistency worth paying for.