Optics are very important, especially for us amateur shooters, but also for Field Target and Hunter Field Target. The optics help the shooter to gain better target acquisition. However, there are various options. Besides rifle scopes, there are also red dot as well as reflector sights. I’ve already tested a few of them, but there will be many more in the future. The range is incredibly large. If you are looking for a specific optics, I’m happy to help you. Simply use the contact form to get in touch with me.
Element Nexus is the flagship rifle scope from Element Optics. I had the opportunity to take a closer look at this scope and will present you the main features today.
Element Nexus is an outstanding rifle scope for many shooters. Whether you are a long-range shooter and want to shoot at many hundreds of meters or an air rifle shooter and want to shoot at 10m. If you are looking for outstanding quality at a comparatively low price, then you can’t get past Nexus. Japanese lenses have not just recently ranked among the best, and the light transmission of the 4x zoom challenges top German brands such as Zeiss or Schmidt & Bender.
I’m not exaggerating when I say that the Helix rifle scopes offer special features that no other scopes in this price range have to offer. You can tell that Element Optics had shooters involved in the development. They contributed all their experience to the design of the scopes. They know what is needed for benchrest shooting, long range shooting, hunting or air rifle shooting.
In recent years I’ve been asked many times how to mount a rifle scope. I’ve always tried to explain by e-mail how to do it to get a good result. I knew for a long time that this topic is suitable for a video. But especially when it comes to tutorials, it is important that they are understandable and 100% correct in the end.
Check out the video where I explain every step of mounting and sighting in a rifle scope.
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