2 High Index, High Contrast XVISION Lenses with every Titan Scope
Introducing Premium World Quality X Vision flat glass multicoated optics
Titan scopes are eccentrically CNC machined from solid 6061 bar ensuring superior quality and strength.
We use ‘the best’ quality coated lenses offering amazing clarity and sharpness.
The Titan Story -
Founder and designer of Titan Scopes Leigh Cornish, has been an archer since the 1960's and has immense experience in both recurve and compound archery. He is an excellent field archer, having twice finished 2nd in World Field Archery Championships and also 2nd in the IFAA World 3D in 2001. In 1997 he won the IFAA Pacific Region Field Championship and has won 5 Australian Fita Field Championships & 4 Australian FITA Target Championships. In 2009 he again won the World Masters IFAA/Fita Field and also won both the World Masters Indoor and Target.
Having worked as an Engineer for 30 years Leigh left to start an Archery Dealership where he gained an intimate knowledge of archery equipment. Never satisfied with the quality and accuracy of conventional equipment, Leigh found himself having to modify his gear, providing him with a technical advantage over the world's best.After many years of development Titan Scopes was born. It has been the unique combination of Leigh's experience in the field as an archer and off the field as a Dealer and Engineer that has led to the success of Titan Scopes.As an endorsement to Titan's commitment to precision, quality and service, the world's best now choose to shoot Titan Scopes.
2016 Rio Olympics
Congratulations to the Australian Men's team, Olympic bronze
Alec Potts, Ryan Tyack and Taylor Worth all Titan Archers!!!
2016 Rio Olympics.
Congratulations Brady Ellison, bronze at the Olympics using a Titan Aperture, you continue to inspire.
2014 World Cup Champion Recurve Sighting Procedure Using a Titan Aperture
FROSTED LENSES FOR TARGET SCOPE
These Lenses can assist with aiming problems The concept of these lenses is to help archers who have trouble putting the aiming dot on the gold. No dot or circle is used, you simply centre the image in the smaller lens. If you can think of something other than the aiming process ( I think about my grandchild) your subconscious mind takes over the aiming process, the centring process is automatic and your subconscious mind always tries to centre the image. The process results in more relaxed aiming*. It is not for everyone but can be a godsend for those with target panic and worth a try. It can also be an aid used when training. The frosting approach maintains the visibility of your bubble. * concept developed by Bruce Johnson