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Zeiss Conquest V6 2.5-15×56 vs Kahles Helia 2.4-12×56

Introduction   And again we have a battle between two European companies, this time between two well known manufacturers of hunting optics. The first competitor is Zeiss with their fairly new rifle scope Conquest V6, and the second one is Kahles with also a pretty new rifle scope, the Helia. Both rifle scopes in this… Read more »

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Vortex Viper PST gen. 2 5-25×50 FFP vs Athlon Ares ETR 4.5-30×56

Introduction In this review, we have two American brands, which are well established already all around the globe. Athlon Optics is a fairly new brand which was established in the year 2014, but since then they are rapidly growing thanks to their big selection of various optics, which come for a reasonable price and very… Read more »

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Sightmark Citadel 1-6×24 SFP vs Primary Arms 1-6×24 Gen 3 SFP

Introduction   In this comparison, we have 2 wide-angle rifle scopes from two companies which have their headquarters in the United States. The competitors in this review are Sightmark Citadel 1-6×24 SFP and Primary Arms 1-6×24 Gen. 3 SFP. Sightmark is a fairly new company, which was introduced on Shot Show 2007 in Las Vegas…. Read more »

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Pulsar Core FXQ55 vs Dipol TFA 1000

Pulsar Core FXQ55 vs Dipol TFA1000   Introduction In this review, we have a totally new type of comparison, something we didn’t do before. We have tested one of the currently most popular thermal clip-on’s on the market, the Pulsar Core FXQ55 against a fairly new competitor, the Dipol TFA1000. Pulsar is introducing constantly new… Read more »

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Blaser Infinity 2.8-20×50 IC vs Swarovski Z8i 2-16×50

Introduction Another review of two high-end manufacturers, that are well-known over the entire planet. The first one in this comparison is Swarovski, which is known because of the high-quality hunting optics like binoculars, rifle scopes, and spotting scopes. The second competitor is Blaser, which is mostly known because of their weapons, but not long ago… Read more »

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Minox ZP5 5-25×56 vs Kahles K525i 5-25×56

Introduction In this review, we have two well-known European manufacturers of rifle scopes, binoculars, and other optical products. The first one is Minox, which has its headquarters Wetzlar, Germany. Minox is mostly known because of their spy cameras, but because they made a fusion with Premier Reticles before a couple of years, they produce now… Read more »

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Blaser Infinity 4-20×58 iC vs Zeiss Victory V8 2.8-20×56

Introduction   Another review of two high-end hunting rifle scopes, this time between one of the oldest rifle scopes manufacturers on the planet, against a totally new competitor which started to produce hunting optics in the year 2017. The first competitor is Zeiss, which produces high-end optics for any kind of use. In this comparison,… Read more »

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Blaser Infinity 4-20×58 iC vs Swarovski Z8i 2.3-18×56

Introduction In this review, we have 2 European hunting rifle scopes, and one of them is completely new in this game – Blaser. His competitor is this comparison is one of the most famous rifle scopes manufacturers in the world, especially in the hunting scene – Swarovski. Like said, Swarovski is one of the biggest… Read more »

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Zeiss Conquest V4 1-4×24 vs Steiner Ranger 1-4×24

Introduction When it comes to hunting, everyone knows that hunting isn’t just sitting and waiting that an animal comes to you. Sometimes the hunt can be much more difficult, and the hunter has to aim at running game. Because of that, we made a comparison of 2 European driven hunt rifle scopes. Both brands are… Read more »

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Vortex Viper PST gen. 2 5-25×50 FFP vs Burris XTR 2 5-25×50

Introduction In this comparison, we have two well established American companies, which are known for their big variety of different optical products for any kind of use. Now, we’ve finally got our hands on two tactical rifle scopes from these companies. The premium series of tactical rifle scopes from Burris named the XTR 2 was… Read more »