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Part 3 Optics by Vince Bottomley


Sightron www.sightron.com In this report, we’ll have a look at optics, though we’d already had a glimpse of Sightron’s new 8-32 scope at Newark. Incidentally, the Newark scope was very much a pre-production model but I can inform you that supplies are now arriving in the UK. www.aimfieldsports.com


Of all the major scope manufacturers, Sightron stand out as a Company listening to its customers. We are looking forward to testing their new 8-32 model, bristling with new features - like up-graded turrets, new reticles etc. Of course, the same features are available on some other models but I see the 8-32 as the magnification range which will appeal to most competitive shooters from F Class to tactical. I


have tried already their 10-50 and personally, I prefer the 8-32 but look forward to trying the new version.


We got an invitation to attend the Sightron stand to witness our very own John Dean of Aimfield Sports pick up the Sightron Dealer of the Year award. John has done a great job and thanks to him, more shooters are using a better scope than they were a couple of years ago.


Nightforce www.nightforceoptics.com Nightforce have an enviable range of optics and a solid reputation for build-quality and to some extent, can afford to ‘rest on their laurels’. Their current range covers just about every base from hunting to full mil. spec. scopes with something


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