Your target may be far, but it looks quite a bit closer through clear glass.
Reach out and touch something. These scopes exemplify what a rifle scope is meant to be - a useful device that makes a far-away target appear as if it's right nearby. With precision adjustments and informative reticles, hitting the bullseye will become a habit.
Bright glass, stainless steel internals, and a form that follows the function
Ambidextrous parallax adjustment
Ballistic bookmarks for easy DOPE input
Built to reach out, the PR5 5-25X56 scope is a monster for the ELR field. If your target is a serious distance away, the PR5 brings it right up next to you. The scope’s crisp, highly transmissible ED glass makes full use of the 56mm objective’s brightness.
The needs of left handed shooters are neglected in today’s optical market. Typically, adjusting parallax forces left handed shooters to remove their dominant hand off the trigger to adjust the side parallax knob on the left. The TOP-ANGLE Series is our solution to this dilemma; by placing the parallax adjustment at a 45 degree angle from the vertical, left and right hand dominant shooters can ambidextrously adjust parallax using their off hand.
Here is a riflescope that's built to take on anything that Mother Nature can dish out. All PentaLux Scopes are Waterproof, Fogproof, Shockproof, and Recoilproof. The TAC-V rifle scope series is constructed with premium quality lenses, polished to photographic clarity. Fully multi-coated with our proprietary DiamondTuff14 technology, the lenses provide the sharpest and brightest sight picture possible.
Ballistic Turrets have become widespread as shooters and hunters alike realize their ease of use and effectiveness. Ballistic turrets are set and calibrated for a specific round and muzzle velocity. However, as atmospheric conditions change, the ballistic turret will not be accurate anymore. Enter the Uni-Dial Series. With the adjustable indicators on the elevation turret, the Uni-Dial scope enables shooters to dial in the ballistic turret to their rifle's DOPE.
Many rifles don't spend their lives on the bench. For tactical uses, they may never have a stable bench position. Size, weight, and ease of use are key factors for any scope that sits atop a tactical build.
Perfectly suited to Across the Course competitions
Windage on the left for free-hand adjustment
Specifically designed for CMP and NRA High Power "Across the Course" Competition. The XTC14X34 scope has front objective adjustable parallax from 15 yards to infinity. As the stages for Across the Course are set at fixed distances of 200 yards, 300 yards and 600 yards, having adjustable parallax is critical in minimizing parallax error.
Many tactical shooters shared that they wanted the windage adjustment moved to the left side, and that's exactly where you'll find it on the CMR4. It allows the right-handed shooter to make windage adjustment without taking the scope off of the target.
With a magnification range starting at 1x it allows a rifleman to keep both eyes open, like a red dot sight, during tactical situations or when hunting dangerous game. Increasing the magnification to 4x allows distant targets to be identified, ranged and engaged.
Seeing is believing. Sometimes you'll need to see the target just to believe you've hit it - especially when it's quite far away. With our range of observation devices, you won't believe how much you can see!
85mm ED objective lens element delivers incredible resolution and true color fidelity while eliminating chromatic aberrations
Delivers phenomenal edge-to-edge image sharpness with the addition of a flat view lens in the optical system
The Phenom UHD is a versatile 85mm spotting scope that is perfect for glassing for hours on end without eye fatigue. The large 85mm ED objective lens element delivers incredible resolution and true color fidelity while eliminating chromatic aberrations.
The wide angle MOA Eyepiece offers exceptional field of view and the fixed 33X magnification offers the highest level of resolution... plus, the utility of a reticle
Hi-Lux Phenom ED binoculars produce superb image quality, critical during the low light hunting conditions of daybreak and dusk, with glass lenses meticulously polished to photographic quality for exceptional clarity and light gathering capability. Phenom ED binoculars deliver phenomenal edge-to-edge image sharpness with the addition of a flat view lens in the optical system. The High Definition, Extra Low Dispersion glass lenses eliminate color fringing and chromatic aberration.
In the world of hunting, it's all about shot placement. Before each shot is taken, you have to know that you, your rifle, and your sight will work together to put the shot right where it's needed.
Long eye relief in a compact package
A colorful classic with modern machining
A scope that can keep up with the demands of your muzzleloader
Scout rifle shooters looking to fully tap that capability are turning to low magnification scopes mounted forward of the receiver. This scope has been specifically designed for being mounted in just this fashion. Depending on the magnification setting, the workable eye relief of this scope is approximately 8 to 14 inches, which puts it mounted in front of the receiver.
Muzzleloading hunters now demand more from their rifles and loads than ever before, and here is a scope designed and built to fully tap all of that performance. In addition to the primary crosshair, the 3-9x40mm TBML scope features three lower short crosshairs that provide reticles for shooting at longer ranges.
The TAC-V rifle scope series is constructed with premium quality lenses, polished to photographic clarity. Fully multi-coated with our proprietary DiamondTuff14 technology, the lenses provide the sharpest and brightest sight picture possible.
No short-cuts are taken to produce these scopes. All glass lenses are meticulously polished to photographic quality for exceptional clarity and light gathering capability, even during those critical low light hunting conditions at daybreak and dusk.
In 1965, the U.S. Marine Corps began its search for a new rifle and scope combo to serve as their official combat sniper rifle. The goal was to have USMC armorers customize and accurize a readily available production rifle. The Corps settled on the Remington Model 40x, chambered for the .308 Winchester (a.k.a. 7.62 NATO) cartridge, and topped it with a commercially available 3-9x40mm hunting scope with an Accu-Ranging scale. The rifle was designated the M40.
We are now recreating this 1960′s era scope for all of those “old school” sharpshooters among us, those who take the time to know the trajectory of the loads they shoot.
The M40 Tactical Hunter reticle features the same Accu-Range system as the original M40 rifle scope, with a few added indicators near the center
At close or tactical ranges, magnification isn't always the best choice. A complicated reticle takes time to figure out, when a snap shot might be better. For these situations, we have red dot sights. These sights are named for the iconic glowing red dot found floating right in the center.
The TD-3C utilizes a circle dot RCLED pattern
Frighteningly tough and parallax free
The Hi-Lux TD-3C is an open reflex sight intended for optics ready pistol slides and other weapon systems for quick target acquisition. The reinforced electronic housing can withstand even the heaviest recoiling calibers.
The Max-Tac Dot sight features a solid picatinny mount machined right into the housing, and can be quickly and easily attached to any Weaver-style one-piece base or picatinny rail. Two robust attachment nuts insure that this sight stays solidly mounted until the shooter is ready to remove it.
The Leatherwood Automatic Ranging Trajectory (ART) rifle scopes feature a machined integral mount that adds external elevation to compensate for your bullet drop. By setting the CAM on the ART scopes, you essentially match the trajectory curve of the round to the curve of the CAM. Once set, the ART scope will automatically compensate for bullet drop with a turn of the CAM. All the shooter needs to do is Frame, Aim and Shoot!
Zero at 200 yards, range out to 1000
For easy long-range impacts
The ultimate crossbow crosshairs
For the 50th anniversary of Jim Leatherwood’s legendary Automatic Ranging Trajectory (ART) scope, Hi-Lux introduces the redesigned ART M1000-PRO. The original Auto-Ranging Telescope (ARTel) was issued to US Army and Marine Corp servicemen over 40 years ago. Since then, Hi-Lux has refined and improved the ART system’s general cam to compensate the bullet drop of virtually any caliber.
Thanks to a larger and completely re-engineered CAMputer system, the M1200 ART-XLR can now be calibrated to the majority of today’s center-fire rifles – chambered for cartridges from as small as the .223 Remington up to the hard hitting .50 BMG. As long as the shooter knows the bullet ballistic coefficient and the muzzle velocity, this scope can be calibrated for more than 75-percent of today’s most widely used calibers and rifles to automatically keep hits in the center of mass from 300 to 1,200 meters – or within the capability of the bullet and load.
The Leatherwood ART X-BOW is a 1X to 4X variable power scope that automatically corrects your line of sight from 20 yards to 80 yards. By using one trajectory CAM that is incrementally adjustable for your bow weight and bolt type, the ART X-BOW is the only scope that is able to mechanically compensate for the curved trajectory of a crossbow.