Sport Optics

Sport Optics | Binoculars, Spotting Scopes, Rifle Scopes, Night Vision, & more!

We carry a complete selection of sporting optics including binocularsrangefindersriflescopesspotting scopesnight vision binoculars by top brands like Vortex, Bushnell, Athlon, LeupoldHolosun and more. We cater to 3-gun competition shooters, hunters, tactical professionals like police, swat and military.

  • Rifle Scopes: Our selection of rifle scopes offers a range of magnification options and reticle styles to suit any shooting situation. From long-range precision to close-quarters hunting, we have a scope that will meet your needs.
  • Binoculars: Our binoculars are perfect for birdwatching, nature observation, and other outdoor activities. We offer a range of magnification options and lens coatings to suit your needs.
  • red dot sights: Our red dot sights are ideal for quick target acquisition and are perfect for close-range shooting. They are lightweight and easy to use, making them a great option for both novice and experienced shooters.
  • Night Vision Scopes: Our night vision scopes allow you to see in low light conditions and are perfect for hunting, surveillance, and other activities. They come in a variety of styles, including monoculars and binoculars.
  • Spotting Scopes: Our spotting scopes are perfect for long-range observation and are ideal for birdwatching, nature observation, and other activities. They come in a variety of magnification options and lens coatings to suit your needs.

What are the best rifle scopes for long-range shooting?

The best rifle scopes for long-range shooting typically have high magnification and a first focal plane reticle. Some top-rated options include the Vortex Viper PST Gen II 5-25×50 and the Leupold Mark 6 3-18×44. Both of these rifle scopes feature variable magnification so that you can tune them to your precise distance, as well as clear, precise glass that helps you see without imperfections.

Can night vision scopes be used during the day?

While night vision scopes are designed for use in low light conditions, they can be used during the day as well. However, the image may appear washed out and less clear in bright sunlight. Additionally, some night vision optics can experience damage if used during the daytime or in extremely bright places, so it is generally recommended to wait until it is dark.

How do I choose the right magnification for my binoculars?

The magnification you choose for your binoculars will depend on your intended use. For general use and wildlife observation, a magnification of 8x to 10x is suitable. For birdwatching, a magnification of 7x to 8x is recommended. If you will be observing distant objects, a magnification of 10x to 12x is recommended.