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"Micro" Red Dots

Discussion in 'Optics' started by tackshot, Jan 16, 2018.

  1. Darqhelmet

    Darqhelmet You had one job, one.

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    Aimpoint if you want batteries, Trijicon TX30/RX01/RX06 if you want Fiber Optics & Tritium.

    Or Cheaper options.

    PA Dots work great, I have 2 micros that are 3~6 years old and have given me zero issues. They have been on .308's, .223's, and PPC's.
     


  2. CHAGO

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    love my PA advanced Micro..
     
  3. Saltyag2010

    Saltyag2010 TGT Addict

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    I agree. I have 3 now. They’re the advance micro dots. They get really dim and really bright.
     
  4. gshayd

    gshayd Ugliest house on the block.

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    MRO for the win....don't be hater.
     
  5. wileycoyote

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    after owning many models/brands, i tired of dead batteries, corroded contacts and constantly adjusting brightnesses, so have gone completely to RMR dual-illuminated (RM08A in particular). i currently have six of them.

    not being an "operator", i can live with the sometime issue of washout when standing in darkness while aiming into brightness. besides, i can always flip up my back-up sights when it might happen.

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    example of RMR on AR pistol w/ tac sol 22LR kestrel upper (not a defense tool so doesn't carry BUIS)
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  6. AustinN4

    AustinN4 TGT Addict

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    Love the Aimpoint micro.
     
  7. benenglish

    benenglish Lifetime Supporter Staff Member Lifetime Member Admin

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    Same here. I'm considering trying an Acro P-1, though. I have an application where I think it might be better.
     

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