Griffin Armament is a well-known brand within the suppressor market for building well-designed, robust, and reliable suppressors. The suppressor manufacturer also dabbles in making components for the AR-15 platform, such as upper and lower receivers and hand guards. Now, Griffin Armament has jumped into the ever-growing and diverse optics market with the release of the Ideal Carbine Optic and the Griffin Micro Sight. Let’s take a closer look at what these two optics offer.
Bravo Company USA (BCM) has long been synonymous with the production of reliable and trusted rifles, earning the confidence of military, law enforcement, and civilian users alike. Expanding their expertise beyond rifles, BCM has ventured into crafting meticulously designed optic mounting systems for enhanced versatility. The A/T Optic Riser, a recent addition to their innovative lineup, stands out as an ideal solution for consolidating red dots, magnifiers, and other optics.
In the dynamic world of optics, one name has been steadily rising to prominence – Swampfox Optics. This youthful optics manufacturer has swiftly captured a significant slice of the optics market by consistently delivering rugged and well-crafted LPVOs, prisms, and red dots, all while maintaining an enticingly competitive price point. Today, Swampfox proudly unveils the latest addition to their ever-expanding lineup, the Sentinel II Micro Dot Sight.
Last week, the UK Ministry of Defence announced Knights Armament KS-1 as the winner of the Alternative Individual Weapon System, also known as Project Hunter. The new designation for the KS-1 will be the L403A1. The Alternative Individual Weapon System features three significant elements:(1) the KAC KS-1, (2) the optic system L900A1, and (3) a training system. The Aimpoint will be outfitting the new L403A1 with the ACRO P-2 closed emitter as a part of the optic system for the service rifle.
News| Gear & Optics By Drew BryantAugust 29th, 2023, theloadoutblog.com In the realm of firearm optics, Holosun has established a formidable reputation for producing optics that combine robustness, reliability, and […]
Introducing the highly anticipated RMR HD and RCR red dot sights, the latest innovations from Trijicon that are set to redefine your shooting experience. As the newest members of the Trijicon optics lineup, these sights bring a host of advanced features and benefits that cater to both enthusiasts and professionals alike.
Kalashnikov USA is seeking to expand its presence outside of bringing the modern AK platform to the U.S. market. Now, the rifle manufacturer looks to enter the optics market. Kalashnikov USA is proud to announce its new Core Series of Reflex sights.
Lucid Optics is known for a large variety of different optics. Lucid’s current lineup spans scopes, red dots, a prismatic scope, a spotting scope, and binocular options. Lucid Optics is proud to introduce the E7 enclosed red dot sight. The E7 features an Aimpoint Arco footprint, M5 reticle, and a 50,000-hour battery life.
Warner & Swasey have a long legacy within the firearms industry. The company produced the scope for the iconic M1903 Springfield that saw use in both World Wars. Geissele Automatics brings back the Warner & Swasey name and introduces a new optic with the RDSMicro MOA3. The new red dot features a 3-MOA red dot, shake awake, 20,000-hour battery life, and integrated backup sights.
Since the introduction of the SIG P365 a few years back, it has been a massive influx of micro-compact handguns and micro red dots to pair with them. Recently, Vortex announced its foray into the micro-compact red dot market with the Defender CCW micro red dot.
Bobro Engineering has recently released a new offset red dot mount called the A-BOM for the Trijicon RMR. A-BOM stands for Adjustable Bore axis Mount. The design of A-BOM allows the end user to adjust the red dot angle to align its axis with the bore axis of your rifle.
At Shot Show 2023, Primary Arms unveiled SLx MD-25 with the ACSS reticle. Now, the new red dot is ready for prime time and to provide consumers with an affordable red dot option. The SLx MD-25 Gen II features a 12,000-hour battery life, auto live technology, and 12 illumination settings. The red dot also includes risers and spacers for the end users to find the perfect optic height.
At this year’s Shot Show, Holosun has taken the industry event by storm with a strong lineup of optics for your pistol and rifle in 2023. The company also took its first foray into the night vision and thermal markets. At Shot Show, Holosun announced they are expanding the SCS (Solar Charging Sight) lineup with three new entries. The SCS will now be available for the H&K VP9, Walther PDP, and SIG P320. The SIG P320 version will feature an enclosed emitter on a Delta Point Pro footprint.
Last week, Primary Arms announced a litany of new optics for this year at the company-branded Odyssey 2023. The list of new optics includes everything from prisms and red dots to riflescopes and binoculars. Primary Arms also released some accessories that improve the quality of life on your scope, which is potentially an awesome idea.
Reptilia is proud to introduce the new ROF-90 mounts for the Reptilia and Geissele Super Precision 34mm mounts. The mount is machined from billet 7075-T6 aluminum and anodized in two different colors: Black or FDE. The new mount works with Aimpoint, SIG Sauer, Vortex, Primary Arms, and Holosun optics.
Reptilia Corp is well-known for making optic mounting solutions for Low Power Variable Optics(LPVOs) and red dot sights. Their optic mounting solutions and corresponding accessories allow the end user to tackle a wide spectrum of shooting applications. Reptilia is proud to introduce the new 1.93” Height Dot Mount for the Holosun AEMS.