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  1. OTIS Defender Kit Featured in Shooting Sports

    OTIS Defender Defender Kits - Keep your firearms clean, clear, and ready to go with The Defender™ Series cleaning system, containing everything you need for a quick, one-pass clean to a full breakdown.
  2. The British Deer Society put the FLIR Breach through it's paces

    We were kindly sent a FLIR Breach on loan from Beechwood Sport and BDS Deer Officer, Glyn Ingram, put it to the test on a recent fallow and muntjac cull in the East Midlands.
  3. FLIR Breach on Test with BASC

    Recently James Sutcliffe from BASC Deer Management put the new FLIR Breach thermal imager though it's paces. The BASC Game and Deer team promotes sustainable deer management across the UK by providing advice to members on habitat and species management, developing and supporting best practice, offering deer stalking opportunities and influencing government policy in order to protect shooting.
  4. FLIR Breach PTQ136

    The FLIR Breach PTQ136 is a tactical thermal imaging monocular built for the rigors of tactical deployment and law enforcement, allowing the operator to spot the heat of living objects and terrain in total darkness, even when traditional optics such as day scopes, night vision etc are impeded by adverse weather conditions, grass foliage etc.
  5. The Game Fair: 
Accessories All Areas!

    Jules Whicker looks at various optics and accessories from this year's event.
  6. Trijicon Accupower 4-16x50 riflescope MOA crosshair with red LED - in depth test

    Chris Parkin puts the Trijicon Accupower 4-16x50 riflescope to the test and finds it to have brilliant ergonomics and simple, functional controls
  7. Product Test: Trijicon MRO

    Reviews : US Police Product Test Police Product Test: Trijicon Miniature Rifle Optic (MRO) A J George
  8. Trijicon Scopes

    By Graham Allen – Gun Mart. When I used to shoot Field Target (FT) competitions many years ago, I was always drawn to high magnification scopes, as this type of optic is vital to be able to tell the distance to the target. The magnification of FT scopes seemed to have peaked at a whopping x80 mag but who knows what mega optics competitors will be using in the future?