Burris The AR-332 Prism Sight (SRP: $335) for AR-15-style rifles offers 3X magnification for short- to medium-range targeting. It features the Ballistic/CQ reticle with Ballistic Plex-style drop compensation and comes with integrated lens covers and a Picatinny rail-mounting bracket. The AR-Tripler (SRP: $220) also adds 3X magnification when mounted with a dot sight. Shooters can flip the AR-Tripler out of the way when it is not needed. The AR-Pivot Ring (SRP: $50) is designed for use with the AR-Tripler. The AR-P.E.P.R. (SRP: $75) mount or Proper Eye Position Ready in either 30mm or one-inch tube models is designed for combat riflescopes. It allows 2 inches of forward scope positioning, and the ring tops feature Picatinny rails for mounting additional accessories. The updated FastFire II (SRP: $225) is now waterproof, for extreme weather conditions. It still weighs only 1.5 ounce and can withstand magnum recoil on a wide range of firearms from handguns to slug guns to rifles. The FastFire bases (SRP: $45) for lever-action rifles is predrilled for mounting on Marlin 336 and Winchester angle-eject rifles. (970-356-1670; burris.com).
Swarovski The ATM/STM Magnesium spotting scopes in 65mm (SRP: $1,476.67 to $1,998.89) feature magnesium construction, which offers lower weight with maximum stability. Both models are available with straight and angled bodies, and come with easy-to-handle rubber armoring on its surface. HD versions, with fluorite-containing HD lenses for even higher contrast, are also available (SRP: $2,210 to $2,887.78). (800-426-3089; swarovskioptik.com)
Vortex At 85mm, the objective lens of the Razor HD 20-60×85 spotting scope (SRP: $2,000) is the largest of any Vortex spotter. It sports an angled eyepiece and glass that offers crisp resolution and color, and no fringing degradation at the lens edge. New to the Viper family of binoculars are three models with 32mm objective lenses, to complement the larger 42mm and 50mm models. Available in 6×32 (SRP: $549), 8×32 (SRP: $559) and 10×32 (SRP: $569), they feature a single center hinge and in-line, roof-prism tube construction. (800-426-0048; vortexoptics.com)
Schmidt & Bender The Summit 2.5-10×40 (SRP: $1,400) is the company’s response to the popularity of 1-inch-tube scopes in the American hunting market. This is the brand’s first riflescope to be built with a 1-inch tube, and it features a 40mm objective lens and almost 4 inches of eye relief. It also has a reticle in the second focal plane, which means the size of the viewed reticle remains the same across the entire magnification range. (800-468-3450; schmidtbender.com)