Red dot optics come in a few flavors, including open and enclosed optics. Here are the pros and cons of each. Which do you use?
The Holosun AEMS (Advanced Enclosed Micro Sight) is a 3.9 oz optic with a reported 200% increase in glass area and 11% reduction in length.
Holosun offers reasonably priced sights that perform well. What sets the Holosun 509T apart from the older 508T? SuperSetCA takes a look.
The Bushnell TRS 25 comes at gun owners as a low-priced budget-friendly red dot for all shooters. Is it worth the scratch?
Why do you want a pistol red dot sight? Are there any downsides? Lucky Gunner addresses the benefits and challenges of an RDS on your carry gun.
Pistol red dots rule. They expand your capabilities, allow you to shoot faster, further, and with greater accuracy. We have five of the best!
The Holosun 407 series just explanded to include a green reticle option. Is this Holosun green dot a more attractive option for EDC?
How do you get a little more range out of your favorite RDS? You use a red dot magnifier. Here are some tips for getting it zeroed.
You need a shotgun red dot. Well, if you own a shotgun you do. Red dot sights do wonders on shotguns and Imma tell you why.
Sig Sauer is producing a wide variety of products these days. Back when I was a kid, Sig made the P series all-metal pistols, and that was it! These days they make everything from pistol braces to optics. One of their lowest price point optics is the SIG Romeo-MSR. The Romeo5 used to be the […]