Red dot sights for pistols

Discussion in 'Optics & Mounts' started by rachilders, Jul 13, 2013.

  1. rachilders

    rachilders New Member

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    I'm interested in finding a red dot sight for pistols. I've seen a few being used at three gun shoots and a few other places but haven't seen them at any of the local shops or gun shows and nobody I've asked there seems to know anything about them. Does anyone here have any experience with one and/or know of any manufacturers who make them. Thanks.
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  2. DrFootball

    DrFootball disappointed & disgusted, But DETERMINED... Lifetime Supporter

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    Look in Shotgun News for the J&G sales ads...
     

  3. hoovco

    hoovco New Member

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    The Trijicon RMR and Leupold Deltapoint are both really nice red dot style sights. If you're looking for something that's good and a bit more price friendly, check out the C-More mini red dot or the Burris Fastfire.
     
  4. rachilders

    rachilders New Member

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    Thanks to the previous two replies, I'll check the sites out.
     
  5. texas724

    texas724 New Member

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    The Leupold delta point is really nice because it comes with so many mounting pieces. If you decide to switch the sight from a Glock to a 1911 it can do that in a heartbeat as well as most common handguns on the market.
     
  6. DrFootball

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    I also heard(not confirmed tho) that there isa version of the AIMPOINT PRO that will fit on most handguns.....
     
  7. indy36

    indy36 New Member

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    I'm a C-more fan. I have one on my Ruger 22/45 and it is a nice product. I use it in Steel Challenge events. I also see them a lot at IPSC events.
     
  8. antikythera

    antikythera New Member

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    You can try Trijicon. They have GREAT red dot sights. also, try crimson trace lasers. its not a red dot but has the same principle.