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By Firefield • May 17, 2019 If you’re an AR owner, I bet you have a red dot or reflex sight mounted to it. Because of the ease of use, fast target acquisition and tacticool factor, red dot sights are the optic to have on your AR 15. Also, let’s not deceive ourselves—our industry, like all others, goes through trends and many (okay, most) AR-15 trends develop from what Spec Ops uses. Case in point—for the longest time, the IT red dot to have was the expensive one that starts with a big ‘e’ and a big ‘o’; however, a lot of shooters, myself included, don’t have pockets big...

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By firefield • May 13, 2019 (MANSFIELD, TEXAS 05/13/19) – Improve target acquisition speeds with the help of the new Firefield RapidStrike 1-6×24 Riflescope Kit. Firefield’s kit for AR-15s comes complete with a cantilever mount for proper cheek weld, throw lever for quick magnification adjustments and honeycomb lens filter to reduce glare. Firefield developed the RapidStrike for close- to mid-range training, 3-Gun competitions, self-defense, hunting and target shooting. The RapidStrike 1-6×24 Riflescope (FF13070K) features multi-coated, anti-reflective glass, red and green illuminated second focal plane Circle-Dot BDC reticle The RapidStrike 1-6×24 Riflescope (FF13070K) features multi-coated, anti-reflective glass, red and green illuminated second focal plane...

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By firefield • May 8, 2019 The Firefield Barrage is a budget-friendly ($79.97) AR-15 scope made for precise target engagements from 50 to 200 yards. In bright day or low-light shooting, the bright red or green illuminated Mil-Dot reticle provides extreme contrast between your target and the background for lightning-fast acquisition and accurate shot placement. The Barrage includes a bullet drop compensator for 55-grain .223 ammo and some models have an integrated laser. In 704 Tactical’s (Brian Unites) honest Barrage review, the scope holds up to its waterproof rating—his rifle fails, the Firefield Barrage does not—groups are tight and holds zero. Notable features of the Barrage include:...

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