Aimpoint invented the modern red dot optic but took their time making a pistol-sized variant. Is the Aimpoint Acro all it's cracked up to be?
The Holosun 507K brings micro optics to the mainstream. This teenty tiny fella packs a lot of optic into a small package.
The V4 and V4 Defender Glock red dot mount plates from CHPWS increase the strength of your Glock MOS mounting system. Check 'em out!
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.
A red dot magnifier can enhance mid-range shots for better downrange clarity. But that's not all, read up!
Are you in the market for a budget optic that’s tough enough to rely upon? Check out Kupari's Sig Sauer Romeo 5 review—tested on a pistol and a shotgun!
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).
I’ve spent over a year shooting thousands of rounds through my Glock 17 MOS, I’ve become rather addicted to the Vortex Venom red dot. It's got a ton of great features not found on less expensive offerings. Overall, the Venom did everything I expected and more.
Prism Optics seem to be making a comeback, and I'm happy to see it. For the contemporary semi-auto rifle or even a PCC, a prism optic can be an outstanding choice. New companies are joining the game. Swmapfox is making magnified prisms with a class-leading 52-foot field of view. Steiner is producing new Prism Optics, as is Athlon Optics.