Hunters can now covertly monitor game and land activity around the clock thanks to the new black LED night vision technology from Simmons. The Simmons ProHunter features 32 black LEDs that capture game activity up to 45 feet away, with full-color daytime images and high-quality black-and-white nighttime images. With a dependable nine-month battery life and a trigger speed of less than one second, the ProHunter gives hunters the ability to capture in the field 5- to 60-second video clips complete with audio. MSRP $189.
Inspired by Les Johnson and his popular TV show, the Predator Quest Series riflescope has the features and optical firepower to help you make every shot count. Multi-coated lenses produce extremely bright, high-contrast images and fingertip-adjustable turrets promote quick adjustments. Reliable in even the worst conditions, the Predator Quest is waterproof and fogproof. It has a side focus adjustment for rapid target acquisition and Simmons’ versatile TruPlex reticle. The Predator Quest comes in two flavors, 4.5-18×44 and 6-24×50. Not even the sun will give away your position thanks to the Simmons stealth matte finish. MSRP $375.
Tasco’s Red Dot makes switching from a green dot for low light to a red dot for bright light quick and easy. The Red Dot features an extra-wide field of view and super-bright, illuminated 5 MOA dot with 11-position rheostat. The Red Dot is perfect for almost any gun, up to and including shotguns shooting 3-inch shells and handguns with .357 magnum loads. The Tasco Red Dot has a 1x magnification with a fixed focus and a parallax set to 50 yards. The 47 mm tube design measures 3.75 inches and weighs a mere 6.7 ounces, with a matte black finish. MSRP $80.
The Razor HD 5-20×50 and 1-4×24 meet the demands of extreme hunting situations. The Razor HD 5-20×50 is a state-of-the-art, long-range performer built on a 35 mm one-piece tube and packed with more than a dozen unique performance and optical features — including Vortex’s proprietary first focal plane hashmarked MOA and MRAD ranging reticles. The equally advanced Razor HD 1-4×24 is built on a one-piece 30 mm tube. Ideal for rapid close- and mid-range shooting and boasting its own precision-etched first focal plane reticle, you can expect fast handling and deadly accuracy when it gets up close and personal. Together, they form the most impressive lineup of tactical riflescopes available today. MSRP $1,599.
The Viper PST (Precision Shooting Tactical) riflescope boasts features associated with top-tier riflescopes, yet comes in at a street price under the $1,000 mark. Matching reticle and turret measurements allow accurate, fast dialing of shots. The one-piece 30 mm tube, precision-machined from a single solid block of aircraft-grade 6061-T6 aluminum, offers ample windage and elevation adjustment. Best of all, if you are tired of time-consuming conversions, Vortex has teamed up with Kenton Industries to offer custom turrets built to your specifications or load. With this system, you figure your range, dial the scope accordingly and hold on target. MSRP $1,049.
As the flagship series of the Weaver lineup, Grand Slam scopes have just undergone a complete transformation — inside and out. From advancements to the legendary Micro-Trac erector system to a fresh exterior design and great new packaging — featuring cutting-edge, modern graphics — the revitalized Grand Slam series promises to exceed the needs of even the most demanding shooter. Rugged, versatile and packed with advanced technology to give shooters the best shooting experience, Weaver Grand Slam is redefining the riflescope market. The Weaver Grand Slam 3-12×42 features a side focus matte finish and EB-X reticle. The rugged one-piece construction is argon purged to eliminate internal fogging. A portion of the proceeds from every Grand Slam and Super Slam scope sold goes to benefit the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation. MSRP $525.