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A telescopic sight, commonly called a scope, is a sighting device that is based on an optical refracting telescope. They are equipped with some form of reticle to give an accurate aiming point. Telescopic sights are used with all types of systems that require accurate aiming but are most commonly found on firearms, particularly rifles
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Different mounting options for scopes and other tactical equipment.
A red dot sight is a common classification for a device that gives the user an aimpoint in the form of an illuminated red / green dot or other reticle. A standard design uses a red LED at the focus of collimating optics which generates an illuminated reticle that stays in alignment with the weapon the sight is attached to regardless of eye position (nearly parallax free). They are considered to be fast acquisition and easy to use gun sights for target shooting, hunting, and in police and military applications.
Hand-held or mounted to your rifle, night vision devices enable you to see objects in the dark that your eyes couldn't see. Most affordable night vision uses image intensified technology but thermal imaging can also be used. Great for hunting or wildlife watching.
Unlike a monocular, binoculars give users a three-dimensional image: for nearer objects the two views, presented to each of the viewer's eyes from slightly different viewpoints, produce a merged view with an impression of depth. They are very useful in hunting, sport and wildlife watching, and also have many military uses.
A spotting scope is a small portable telescope with added optics to present an optimized erect image, for observing terrestrial objects. They are mainly used for wildlife watching and other naturalist activities, for hunting, verifying a marksman's shots, surveillance, and for any other application that requires more magnification than a pair of binoculars, typically on the order of 20× to 60×.
Trail cameras are the most amazing camera technology of recent times. Most cameras require a human to operate it or mains power to power it. However, trail cameras are rugged, waterproof, self powered, self operated and can record video or photos, night or day onto internal memory. They can be strapped to a tree or post and record every action 24/7 often for many weeks at a time. They are becoming very popular of recent times with many applications. Trail cameras, camera traps, remote cameras, digital scouting cameras as they are known, are being used by everyone from wildlife filmers, researchers, hunters to security experts.
Record all of your exploits to show your friends, upload to Youtube or just watch it again yourself.