Sunday, 26 October 2014

RAZAR riflescope brings push-button zoom to the battlefied

In combat, seconds count and a moment’s hesitation or distraction can mean the difference between life and death. So it's no small problem that modern riflescopes often require soldiers to look away from their targets or take their hands off their rifles in order to change magnification. Sandia National Laboratories’ Rapid Adaptive Zoom for Assault Rifles (RAZAR) riflescope is capable of switching between high and low zoom magnifications at the touch of a button, allowing soldiers to concentrate on the battle rather than their scopes... Continue Reading RAZAR riflescope brings push-button zoom to the battlefied

Section: Military

Tags: Combat, Lenses, Optical, Prototype, Riflescope, Sandia Labs, Telescope, Zoom

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