LPVO stands for “Low Power Variable Optic.” It is a type of rifle scope that is designed for use at close- to medium-range distances, typically from 1x to 6x magnification, in some cases up to 10x. LPVO scopes have a variable magnification feature that allows the user to adjust the magnification level, typically by turning a knob or using a lever. This allows for quick and easy adjustments to the scope’s magnification level in response to changing shooting conditions. They are popular among shooters and hunters because they allow for quick target acquisition and increased accuracy at a variety of distances. They are also known as red dots, holographic, or prism scopes.Continue reading
Mounting in Linux is operated by mount command. This is simple way to get access to devices other than currently available on your system. Please note that mounting will be lost after your system restart. To know how to save your mounting after restart, read this post until the end.