Monstrum G3 1-6x24 FFP Rifle Scope Review


Jeff The Kid got to purchase a Monstrum G3 1-6x24 FFP riflescope for him to review. This 1-6x24 First Focal Plabe LPVO got MIL-STD hard anodization, locking turrets, optical quartz glass, 11-levels of illumination, and more. This usually comes with a 2-year warranty and is priced at $209.95 from the Monstrum store.

Begadi 4x32 Rail Equipped Gun Scope


Golgy reviews the Begadi 4x32 Scope with rails and it is an affordable one given its features. Description is from Begadi... "Compact target sight with a fixed quadruple magnification and illuminated reticle (red, green, blue with 3 brightness levels each).

An open sight (rear sight / front sight) with a light collector is also available for short distances.
Additional accessories can be attached to the 21mm rails on the side.

Riko Airsoft With The Firefield Rapidstrike 1-6 x 24 Optic


A growing number of airsoft players are opting to use the Firefield Rapidstrike 1-6 x 24 Optic on their airsof guns. Riko Airsoft explains why he is one of them... "Oh yes, I have to say. This perspective has really surprised me from many points of view and I have decided that it will become my definitive one for multiple asg, since I often use magnifying devices.

ERA Milsim: T-Eagle 1-6 x 24


With the SIG Sauer TANGO6T Riflescope chosen as the U.S. Army's new Direct View Optic (DVO), airsoft players are looking into getting replicas of the scope or at leasts similar in design and function. ERA Milsim shows the T-Eagle 1-6 x 24 which is made in China and you can order via Aliexpress.

Aim-O 1-4x24 Tactical Scope Review


The Aim-O 1-4x24 Tactical Scope is a clone of the NightForce and it is widely at many airsoft retailers worldwide. This has a 24mm diameter aiming ojective area with 1-4 variable magnification levels of zooming. Other features are adjustable focus and reticule position. It has plastic flip-up lens covers, scope mount, and can be readily mounted on 20mm rails. Michael's Hobby Stop takes a look at this if it is good enough for airsoft use in this video.

AMNB: "Night Vision vs. Thermal Scopes"


Richard Douglas writes for the Airsoft & Milsim News Blog to discuss about night vision and thermal scopes if there is a difference between these two systems... "Everytime I use night vision — whether wearing helmet-mounted goggles, using the best 6.5 Creedmoor scope with the aid of thermal, or engaging targets with a NV optic — I feel nearly invincible.

Afterall, seeing in the dark was only gifted to certain animals. Now, we have various night vision and thermal optics that allows us to see in the dark.

Schmidt & Bender 3-20x50 PMII Replica


BB2K Airsoft reviews a replica of the scope used for the G28 rifle which we first reported here last year... "The H&K G28 from Umarex and VFC is a really nice Airsoft replica of the original Heckler & Koch G28. In the delivery you had thought of everything, only the right RedDot and the scope were missing. The red dot was not a problem. There are many replicas and even the original could be afforded to the emergency.

Gun Gamers: Magnified Scopes For Airsoft


It's about the scopes this time for the Gun Gamers to touch on. Kyle talks about three magnified scopes: Primary Arms 1-6X24mm SFP Rifle Scope GEN III, Riton Optics RT-S MOD 1 3-9X32 Wide FOV, and the Field & Stream 4-16x50 Rifle Scope... "Today on Gun Gamers, Kyle discusses magnified scope choices for airsoft gaming use."

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