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5 Shooting Optics to Scope Out While They’re on Sale

Seeing great optic deals is believing.

We have found some great optics that just so happen to be on sale at the moment, and we would like to pass on the suggestions to you.

These optics are not going to stay at these prices forever, so grab them while they’re hot.

1. Nikon Buckmasters II 4-12x40mm Scope With BDC Reticle

Sportsman’s Guide

Nikon scopes have done a lot to earn the trust of hunters, especially when that trophy is far away and one shot is all you get.

This one has a built in bullet drop compensating reticle. This allows the first shot to be dead on instead of all the guess work. We really like the 4-12 power variability of this scope. Close range to way out there you have the right scope no matter what. What else do we like?

The price of $129.95 makes this scope is a solid win.

2. HQ ISSUE Tactical Red/Green Dot Sight

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Are you looking for a bargain priced red or green dot sight for your quick shooting needs? This HQ Issue Tactical Red/Green Dot Sight is nitrogen-filled, 3 MOA, and is easy on the wallet at $39.99.

With a Weaver/Picatinny-type mount and unlimited eye relief, the weapons you can mount this to are almost limitless.

3. Night Owl Optics NightShot Digital Night Vision Rifle Scope

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Think quality night vision scopes need to be out of this world expensive, and therefore out of your budget? That’s just not the case, thanks to the NightShot from Night Owl Optics.

Made for non-magnums up to .30 caliber, this Generation 1 digital night vision scope is great for shots up to 100 yards out. With three reticles to choose from and a built in infrared illuminator, this scope is perfect for nailing those sneaky nighttime predators. The price is $369, making this the nighttime hunter’s best deal in a long time.

4. Sightmark M-Spec Reflex Sight

Sportsman’s Guide

Need a reflex sight for your tactical rifle or shotgun? Sportsman’s Guide offers this little number for $169.99.

Submersible to 40 feet, the Sightmark M-Spec is one tough sight that has so many features squeezed in a low profile package.

Variable reticle brightness with night vision modes make this perfect for quick shooting in low light surroundings, situations a standard scope would be ill equipped to handle.

5. Pulsar N550 Digisight Night Vision Scope

Sportsman’s Guide

Does quality night vision really require you to take out a bank loan? Not so with the refurbished Pulsar N550 Digisight Night Vision Scope.

It has a plethora of great features and tips the playing field in your favor. The price is $799.97, far less than you’d expect for the performance it delivers.


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5 Shooting Optics to Scope Out While They’re on Sale