Alright folks, Brushbeater.store is rocking and rolling beyond anyone’s expectations and in my quest to become a one stop shop for arming Patriots, we’ve moved into optics sales. Getting to know owners of optics companies is a damn good position to be in and one that is highly beneficial to you.
I’ve been working with Lucid Optics since meeting Jamie Wilson back in June while I was out in Wyoming for the Scout and RTO Courses. He and his team are excellent folks and was immediately receptive to the my mission. They’ve got some incredibly cool products that I’m featuring, including the P8 4×40 prismatic optic. What sets this thing apart from other prismatic optics on the market is that the reticle is graduated in MOAs, not marrying the shooter to one specific BDC. Next up is the L7 1-6×24 LPVO, which also has an MOA reticle with exposed turrets for making ballistic corrections on the fly. Hands on with both, I can say that the glass clarity punches well above its weight class and students were impressed with the two P8s I have on loaner rifles for the Scout & Recce Courses.
Swampfox Optics is another company that was chomping at the bit to work with us, especially showcasing their new 34mm line of optics – the Warhorse 1-6×24 First Focal Plane (FFP) and Warhawk 2-10×44 FFP optics. The 2-10×44 especially caught my eye due to its compact overall length but superior light transmission and clarity. In the cutovers that are common in NC, the 2-10×44 is nearly the perfect optic for a Designated Marksman’s (DM) rifle. Between the superior light gathering and the extremely rugged build quality, these are looking to carve a strong niche among the SPR/DM crowd and I have a feeling is going to become my go-to optic. Not only that, but we’ve got a full line of 30mm and 34mm cantilever mounts as well. Everything you need, nothing you don’t.