Rifle fit is paramount for accuracy and a positive shooting experience. The less you force and think about during the shooting process, the better you focus on the fundamentals of marksmanship, executing the most accurate shot possible. Refining fit variables to make your firearm an extension of your body, not something you have to fight, will make you a better shooter.
The optical system design, lens design, and coatings on the lenses are what determine how good an optic is in low light. Pretty simple, right? Well, not necessarily. There’s a lot of information and misinformation out there about what makes an optic work well in low light, and we’re here to shine a little light on the subject.
Whether you’re glassing a trophy buck or picking apart thick cover to cross another rare bird off your list, it’s the details that matter. The twitch of tail or wing, the shift in a shadow, the momentary reflection of the sun off a single antler tine—how many times have you missed it?