Vortex Strike Eagle 1 - 6 x 24 Riflescope
The most important decision you have to make when picking out new rifle scopes is deciding on the perfect optical power. If you're hunting in densely covered forests, you'll need less magnification than if you're shooting in an open field. Lower magnifications are also faster and better at target tracking, while higher magnifications offer excellent target resolution from far away. You'll also want to consider what type of reticle works best for you. For example, as one of the most common designs, duplex reticles aid in low-light settings and are best used for hunting and target shooting. Prepare for your next day at the range or hunting excursion by checking out our shooting equipment and accessories, including ammunition, firearms and firearm components.
When picking out hunting rifle scopes, you want to look for optics that will help you in the field. Choose waterproof and shockproof scopes to see you from numerous open seasons, and select hunting rifle scopes with antifogging properties, so you always have a clear shot. Gun scopes with sunshades reduce the glare from the sun's reflection, and ones with fast-focus eyepieces deliver quick reticle focusing for your hunting and shooting needs. Check out our entire assortment of scopes, which includes pistol scopes, shotgun scopes and crossbow scopes.