Monthly Archives: July 2007

31 Jul

>Shotgun Scopes for Deer

Steven K. Ledin,

Shotgun scopes for deer are more popular every year. Slugs and guns shoot more accurately, greatly increasing the effective maximum range. The range is further enhanced by your ability to see your target clearly through a magnified rifle scope. Maximum ranges of 75 to 100 yards just a couple decades ago have doubled, and are getting farther every year with new technology. A scope for a rifled slug gun should have a few attributes. Long eye relief, important in preventing scope eye. A reasonable parallax correction distance. Most are 75 yards, and shooting closer or farther will have minimal
27 Jul

>Aimshot Universal Laser Boresighter

Steven K. Ledin,

The Aimshot universal laser boresighter is an easy to use product that can save you time, pain, and money. Time because you won’t be wasting it trying to put a bullet through paper when you don’t even know which way to adjust. Pain, because why beat yourself up with the unnecessary firing of high recoiling guns just to adjust a rifle scope. Money, because time and cartridges are expensive. With the Aimshot laser boresighters you simply insert a laser with the appropriate collar into your gun and adjust your scope to the red dot coming out of your bore at
25 Jul

>Galco Holsters

Steven K. Ledin,

We’ve been adding Galco holsters to our website as fast as we can, and a large variety of them will be in stock at any time. I’ve been using their top quality products for years, and have even had occasion to send one back for repair through no fault of the manufacturing, just my stupidity. Customer service was excellent, and it came back in a couple days. The people making Galco holsters obviously take pride in their job because the details and quality control are superb. The new Matrix line promises to take a large market share of molded synthetic
23 Jul

>Swarovski Z6 Rifle Scopes

Steven K. Ledin,

Swarovski Z6 rifle scopes are causing quite a buzz in the optics industry, being one of the first, and certainly the best known manufacturer able to offer an incredible 6 times zoom on a riflescope. This makes it even easier to purchase a scope able to comfortably handle shots close and far with equal ease. A favorite Z6 model of mine will zoom from a low of 1.7 power to a maxumum of 10 power, and another model goes from two power to twelve. The Z6 1.7-10×42 weighs in at 16.6 ounces, and the Z6 2-12×50 tips the scales
20 Jul

>Illuminated Reticle Rifle Scopes

Steven K. Ledin,

I get a lot of questions about illuminated reticle rifle scopes. Most of the questions are asking if they have a backup reticle if the illumination fails. The answer is yes. The crosshairs are standard black crosshairs and the illumination part comes from a light that shines on the reticle from inside the scope. The crosshairs are there with or without the illumination feature switched on. The riflescopes generally use readily available CR2032 batteries that can be found at most stores that carry batteries. They’re the ones that look like a nickel. The problem with most of these scopes is