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Our ScopeAid lenses were designed by champion target
shooters, hunters and expert shooters.


ScopeAid specializes in precision sporting optics to meet the vision requirements of individual shooters and trophy hunters. Our ScopeAid® lenses were designed by champion target shooters, hunters and expert shooters. To create these lenses, we turned to optical professionals who understand the challenges of shooting, as well as the optics and physics necessary to design a superior product.

Eyesight changes throughout your life. Until now, no one had developed a product to address this issue. ScopeAid® specialists work with your individual vision challenges. You can choose from our uniquely designed selection of devices or contact us to customize a product that meets your specific needs.

As a professional shooter, you understand the precision you put into your load development and shooting technique.  Like no other supplier, ScopeAid® puts the same precision into its optics.

For Professional Shooters

We have the network, resources and expertise to meet your challenge as no one else can.  You won’t find this from any other source.


At ScopeAid, we are perfectionists who stand behind our craftsmanship and customer satisfaction. We offer a 60-day trial with a money-back guarantee (excluding shipping). If you are not completely satisfied, simply email us for return authorization.


Presbyopia exhibits a progressively diminished ability to focus on near objects. Presbyopia’s exact mechanisms are not known with certainty.  The research evidence most strongly supports a loss of elasticity of the crystalline lens, although changes in the lens’s curvature from continual growth and loss of power of the ciliary muscles (the muscles that bend and straighten the lens) have also been postulated as its cause. Like gray hair and wrinkles, presbyopia is a symptom of the natural course of aging. The first signs of presbyopia – eyestrain, difficulty seeing in dim light, problems focusing on small objects and/or fine print – are usually first noticed between the ages of 40 and 50.