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    "Was putting hits on steel at 880 yards with a 5.56 that has a pinned and welded 16” barrel." -- USA Shooting Expert Marksman. Made and proven to out-shoot expensive glass. You should expect no less from this top-tier rifle scope. But this won't...

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    Sightmark 3-9X40 Riflescope - Core HX VHR Venison Hunter

    Your best companion for that big Whitetail downrange. The Sightmark Core VHR Venison is custom-made for the deer hunter, providing an array of magnification (3x to 9x) and an ample field of view at any magnification. The Core VHR Venison even comes with...

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A quality selection of AR-type rifle scopes for MOA accuracy, priced right.

Rifle scopes can get bulky and expensive. We carefully selected our catalog of AR-specific scopes with variable magnification and proper MOA or MIL holdover reticles to provide you with reliable, rugged options that don't break the bank. With AR scopes available from top makers like Bushnell, Sightmark and Riton, you can enjoy long-range accuracy and calculate easy windage and distance adjustments for any 5.56/.223, 6.5mm, or .308-caliber AR rifle or pistol.

The Value of a Holdover Reticle

Zeroing your AR is easy enough - but making constant adjustments to your turret to adjust for windage, distance, or elevation gets old, fast. Instead, invest in a scope specifically designed for the AR platform and its various calibers. With a scope like the Bushnell AR Optics 1-4x, you'll be able to calculate bullet drop and put rounds on target without having to adjust your zero. 

Want to grab some American game with your black rifle? Check out the Sightmark 3-9x Venison Hunter. Its MOA ranging reticle allows you to quickly estimate distance to any whitetail or coyote, providing quick holdover adjustments while you're in the blind. High magnification provides a crystal-clear sight picture at distance, while a fully multicoated lens and IP67 waterproof rating ensures reliability in any weather.

Long-Range Accuracy at a Good Price

You don't need to spend $2,000 or more on a U.S Optics-brand scope to enjoy some F-class accuracy. Consider the MRAD-equipped Riton 3 Conquer. This illuminated 6-x24x scope provides an excellent FFP (first focal plane) reticle with fine adjustments and a detailed holdover reticle to account for windage, elevation and distance. Zero stops ensure you can confidently make adjustments on the turrets without losing your zero.

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