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red dot sight
A red dot sight is a common classification for a type of non-magnifying reflector (or reflex) sight for firearms, and other devices that require aiming, that gives the user an aimpoint in the form of an illuminated red dot. A standard design uses a red light-emitting diode (LED) at the focus of collimating optics which generates a dot style illuminated reticle that stays in alignment with the weapon the sight is attached to regardless of eye position (nearly parallax free). They are considered to be fast acquisition and easy to use gun sights for target shooting, hunting, and in police and military applications. Aside from firearm applications, they are also used on cameras and telescopes. On cameras they are used to photograph flying aircraft, birds in flight, and other distant, quickly moving subjects. Telescopes have a narrow field of view and therefore are often equipped with a secondary "finder scope" such as a red dot sight.
Brand new in box, received today and mounted on my handgun only to discover it was the RM01 model and not RM06. Unfortunately the RM01 is not approved by my agency for duty use and so I need to recoup the cost to purchase an RM06.
Purchased for $525, asking $450 cash. Can include the Forward...
I'm a little bummed out. Got a call from my gunsmith. He said he was not recommending adding the rail to my S&W 19-3 revolver. Now I'm thinking about selling it and getting another handgun.
I love my 19-3 because it is a revolver and therefore shoots reliably. And because it's fairly accurate...
Just made a warranty claim on a Holosun red dot that was brand new because both windage and elevation adjustment did nothing. I was wondering if anybody has had to make a claim on a Holosun and how did that experience go for you. Their warranty form says they will get back to you within two...
This is a Docter II, German made 3.5 MOA red dot sight. $220
This optic was over $500 new and for $200 was factory "Bullet Proofed" for high G-forces and wear expected in competitive pistol shooting. See: Docter RED DOT Sight – BULLETPROOFING
The glass and LED are in perfect condition...
THIS ITEM IS NOW SOLD
This is a really great compact Red Dot Sight, that features a host of different illuminate reticle options, in either Red or Green color.
It features an integrated Weaver-style mounting system, and a working three-volt CR2032 battery is included.
I paid $99.99 for this...
I recenly purchased a red dot sight for my air pistol. My shooting experience with that sight has made me a believer in red dot sights. So I am considering getting one for my S&W Model 19-3 revolver. But I want to keep my iron sights on the revolver. (You never know when a battery can go dead.)...