Firearm optics books cover rifle scopes, binoculars, range-finders and more.
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Optics For The Hunter by John Barness (1999) explains everything the average hunter should know about buying and using modern optics.
Shooter's Bible: Guide To Optics by Thomas McIntyre (2012). This book will help you figure out which optics best fit your needs, as well as your budget. The 'Shooter's Bible: Guide To Optics' lists every quality sporting optic on the market today. Loaded with colour photographs, this book features a new products section, listing all new riflescopes, binoculars, rangefinders, and spotting scopes, plus in-depth features on how to use binoculars, how to mount and sight in a rifle scope and much more.
Optics Digest: Scopes, Binoculars, Range Finders And Spotting Scopes by Clair F Rees (2004) contains exact listings, in table format for ease-of-comparison shopping, for nearly every scope (rifle, shotgun, pistol), binocular, spotting scope, red-dot sight and laser rangefinder.
Old Gunsights And Rifle Scopes: Identification And Price Guide by Nick Stroebel (2008) is the first and only collecting and price guide for scopes and sights. Whether you are a shooting buff, collector, historian, antique dealer or military aficionado, this book helps you identify, research and determine market pricing for old gunsights and rifle scopes.
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