The Samaritan is a solid reflex optic that I would use on my concealed carry and home defense pistols. Yes, it is basic and pretty simple—both of which I consider top qualities in most gear.
All-new from Bushnell is their RXM-300 Reflex Sight, a game-changing optic crafted for precision and speed in target acquisition. Engineered with a sizable lens, this reflex sight aids in maintaining accuracy even during rapid firing or on-the-move engagements.
Earlier this week Trijicon announced two new red dot optics. The enclosed RCR and the open RMR HD. The RMR HD and RCR feature the latest and greatest tech that Trijicon could muster in red dot optics for 2023
Micro red dot sights (MRDS) have taken over the firearm industry, and consumers are now demanding factory firearms to be compatible with these systems. While this is great to see for the benefits red dots provide, the new trend seems to be pushing towards enclosed-emitter optics.
The question is, what dots should we be using? We’ve gathered a diverse selection that represents some of the best dots in various genres of pistol red do
You won’t be able to take advantage of these little technological marvels if you don’t know how to get them zeroed. Zeroing a red dot is a lot like zeroing a scope, but the lack of magnification can make it a little more challenging.
Athlon Optics is a brand that should be on your radar, in the hyper competitive world of optics. Over the next few months, we have some magnified scopes coming in as well. But for now, on the red dot front? This is a value that is very hard to beat.
While there is a minimal amount of distortion that can be noticed while moving the optic around, it is in fact minimal and is what I would call “best in class”.
Parasec Sights are absolutely fantastic and are set to take the industry by storm. They simplify the learning curve of aiming, are amazing for aging eyes, and are tough as a coffin nail. They are going on all my Glock’s now that they are available, and all my other guns as they become available. And that is the strongest endorsement I can give.
Draw. Range. Shoot. It really is that simple with Garmin’s new “smart” red dot made for bowhunters.