We have a wide range of rifle scopes to choose from depending on what purposes you will use them for. The first question is if you will use it for close range, middle range or long range. Once that question is answered, it is much easier to make a good decision as to which rifle scope is best suited for you. In our assortment of rifle scopes, you will find both fixed and variable rifle scopes, red dot scopes in different models and lens diameters from Focus Sport Optics.
Fixed rifle scopes
Fixed rifle scopes often bring a sharper, brighter view to closely pin your target compared to a variable scope. They are easy to use as all settings have already been made, which also means that there is a lower chance of you making a mistake or missing your target. A fixed scope consists of fewer parts, which makes them sturdy and durable.
Variable rifle scopes
Variable rifle scopes are perfect when you are hunting a wide range of different animals from both short and long distances. You can use a variable scope anywhere, if you need to turn down magnification for short distance shooting, you can do that, and turn it up for long distances. For those who like to have control, this kind of scope is for you. With the variable scope, you can adjust the magnification as your target moves closer so that you have complete focus on it from the beginning to the end.
Red dot scopes
If you don’t need any magnification for your rifle scope, a red dot scope may be the scope for you. A red dot scope allows the user to have a greater spatial awareness around them while shooting. With a fixed or variable scope, you will get somewhat of tunnel-vision, where you are focused on the front. Since you won’t get any tunnel-vision with a red dot scope, you can take in your complete peripheral vision and see everything occurring around you. A red dot scope is perfect for close ranged objects, like competitive shooting, recreational shooting and other close-quarter target engagement.