Rifle Scopes – Your Questions Answered

are there any scopes for 22 rifles

Should I Put A Scope On My 22 Rifle (Answered)

The age-old debate of iron sights versus scopes is one that has been around since the early days of competitive marksmanship. While there are advantages and disadvantages to both, the question of which is better ultimately comes down to personal preference.  Those who prefer iron sights typically find them to be more natural and intuitive,…

rifle scope tightening guide

Can You Over Tighten A Rifle Scope (Beginners Guide)

While it is important to make sure that your rifle scope is tightened securely, it is possible to over-tighten the screws, which can damage the scope and reduce its accuracy. When tightening the screws, use a torque wrench to avoid overtightening. If you do not have a torque wrench, hand-tighten the screws until they are…

are rifle scopes allowed on airplanes

Can You Take A Rifle Scope On A Plane (TSA Rules)

If you’re a hunter or marksman, you know that your rifle scope is an essential piece of equipment. But what happens when you want to travel with your rifle? Are there any restrictions on which types of scopes are allowed on a plane? Generally speaking, all firearms and ammunition are prohibited on commercial flights. However,…

are there any regular scopes for air rifles

Can You Use A Regular Scope On An Air Rifle (For Beginners)

Air rifles are becoming increasingly popular, both for recreational use and as a tool for pest control. Air rifles come in a variety of shapes and sizes, but they all have one thing in common: they fire pellets using compressed air or gas.  Because of the way they operate, air rifles have different recoil patterns…

are there any air rifle scopes for real rifles

Can You Use An Air Rifle Scope On A Real Rifle (Answered)

Many hunters advise against the idea of using one type of rifle’s scope on another type. The reason may be the strength produced during the recoiling after every shot. Since air rifles have a bigger calibre than real rifles, the exertion may lead to a fault while sighting in the scope. While you can technically…