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Review: SIG Romeo1 Pro

The Romeo1 Pro gives up none of the positives of the original—instead , this red dot adds a few of its own.

Review: Trijicon SRO Reflex Sight

Trijicon’s newest reflex sight offers the same rugged performance as the venerable RMR, but with a much bigger view of the world.

SIG’s New Red Dots

SIG Sauer’s Romeo1 Pro and Romeo3 Max red-dot reflex sights are both great choices for action shooters.

Action Shooting: 4 Popular Optics For Open Guns

Here’s a list of the most popular optic shooters were using at the 2017 USPSA Open Nationals, compiled with data from shooter equipment surveys

5 Top Red Dot Models Perfect For Carry Optics Competition

Are you a Carry Optics shooter and need to find the latest trends? We’ve done the research for you! We looked at the 2017 USPSA Carry Optics Nationals shooter survey data for the most popular red dot sights. You’ll never guess who made number 1 on the list!

New SIG Optics: Romeo1 Pro And Romeo3 Max

The SIG Electro-Optics team fused together advanced electronic technologies, high-definition glass and military-inspired designs to achieve maximum clarity, accuracy and performance.

What’s In Your Range Bag, Josh Froelich?

Here is what MMA fighter turned action shooter Josh Froelich keeps in his range bag for shooting matches. Notably, he's the bad to back 3GN national champion, and last year he added winning the IPSC Shotgun World Championship to his list of accomplishments

Review: Federal Syntech PCC 9mm 130-Grain

The newest addition to Federal’s Syntech polymer-coated ammo line is a solid choice for carbines and handguns.

A Clinic on Precision Pistol Fundamentals, Part II

Aiming the red dot sight, forming a shot process and how to handle anticipation.

Aiming the Red Dot Sight

I have found that many shooters think entirely too much. This is not rocket science, because if it were, I would not be a shooter. Hence, I am not smart enough to shoot badly. When Erich Bujung was the Olympic Pistol Team coach, he always said, “No stinking thinking. The mind is a terrible thing to waste and in Bullseye on the firing line, the mind is just a terrible thing.”

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