The world of firearms optics is vast and ever-growing. Steiner has been a name in the industry since just after the second world war – born out of the ruin of ware in Bayreuth, Germany. The company, started by Karl Steiner, was created from a one-man workshop whose goal was to create sturdy yet flawless products capable of providing soldiers with reliable optics. This one-man workshop eventually grew into the world-renowned name in optics you know today as Steiner Optics. Today on the show we have Product Manager Chris Gaddy who showed us back at TFB GUNFEST 2021 that Steiner Optics has progressed well beyond their humble beginnings in 1947 and is now producing some extremely high tech battle-ready optics for the modern warfighter or sportsman.
Steiner Optics @ TFB:
- Steiner Optics’ New BluHorizons Sunlight Adaptive Binocular
- POTD: Tikka TAC A1 and TRG A1 with Steiner Optics
- Friday Night Lights: Steiner Optics DBAL-A3
- Friday Night Lights: Steiner CQT – Thermal Fusion Red Dot
- [TFB GUNFEST] Incredible Thermal Optics from Steiner: The CQT and Cinder
TFB Behind The Gun Podcast Episode #23: Chris Gaddy from Steiner Optics
”Today on the show we have Chris Gaddy, Product Manager of Steiner Optics. Steiner optics is a developer and manufacturer of high-end military-grade optics as well as consumer-grade optics.
Chris is excited to bring you news from the Steiner Optics world which includes a new and interesting hybridized thermal sight that also serves as a red dot. For more information check out the Steiner Optics website and stay tuned for more from TFB’s Behind the Gun podcast. “
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