Posted August 9, 2017 9:00 am by Comments

By Robert A. Sadowski

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<div data-cycle-hash="kalinka-optics-1" data-cycle-desc="NVRS-F 2.5x50mm: Built for night work, the NVRS-F features Gen1 night-vision capability in a rugged, lightweight scope. Constructed with a titanium housing, the unit offers a high-resolution intensifier, a Weaver mounting system, a built-in infrared illuminator and an adjustable red-on-green reticle with on/off capabilities. It will run on two AA batteries for up to 50 hours. The NVRS-F 2.5x50mm is made by Sibiu Optics in Russia." data-cycle-overlay-template="{{desc}}“>

<div data-cycle-hash="kalinka-optics-2" data-cycle-desc="BP-02 AK To Weaver Mount: This features a 110mm-long center-bore-mount top rail plus a 110mm side tactical rail for mounting lights, lasers and other accessories. It sits high enough to allow co-witnessing with iron sights." data-cycle-overlay-template="{{desc}}“>BP-02 AK To Weaver Mount kalinka optics

<div data-cycle-hash="kalinka-optics-3" data-cycle-desc="Kobra AK 1S-03: Battle-tested and currently used by Russian special forces, this sight features a universal AK and SVD side mount, so it will fit most of these types of rifles. Using HUD technology, the Kobra lets operators shoot with both eyes open. Shooters have a choice of four aiming reticles: single dot, open “T,” reversed chevron or reversed chevron with a dot …Read the Rest

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