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.
The Holosun 407 series just explanded to include a green reticle option. Is this Holosun green dot a more attractive option for EDC?
With pistol-sized red dots there are only two names in town that have enclosed emitters. Here's the Aimpoint Acro vs. Holosun 509T showdown.
The Holosun 507K brings micro optics to the mainstream. This teenty tiny fella packs a lot of optic into a small package.
The addition of a red dot magnifier may give you an advantage in short to medium range situations that. Here are the reasons why.
The Holosun 507C is a miniature red dot that's seen a lot of use in my 6 months of ownership. How is it holding up? Let's see.
The HE509T is essentially a pistol-sized optic, but like most mini red dot sights, it can be used across a wide variety of firearms.
What kind of quality can you expect from a Red Dot Sight that costs less than $350? Read Pike's review of the HS510C to find out.
You rarely see a compact red dot sight for a sub-compact pistol like you would with that full-size pistol. However, Holosun now offers two electronic sights that are small, rugged, reliable, and reasonably priced (according to them).
Holosun may have started small, but somehow the company exploded into the market and ended up producing the Holosun 507C: a mini red dot that challenges the Trijicon RMR. Read Pike's review.