For situations where an LEO must take lightning-fast shot at a threat, it is hard to beat a reflex sight. Allowing both-eyes-open shooting, these sights allow the officer to not only focus on the threat but also remain aware of potential threats in the periphery.
The following is a roundup of some of the options available to officers today. Designed for use on a range of handguns, rifles and shotguns, these sighting systems will keep you on the cutting edge.
The Burris AR-1X prism sight is designed as a top-tier CQB optic for engaging targets quickly and capably. The prism sight features a highly visible reticle and also provides trajectory compensation out to 600 yards.
For more information, please visit BurrisOptics.com.
Bushnell 1x28mm Multi-Reticle
Bushnell’s 1x28mm Multi-Reticle red-dot sight offers four reticle options: a 3-MOA red dot, a 10-MOA red dot, crosshairs and a 65-MOA red circle with a 3-MOA center dot. It incorporates two high, Weaver-style ring mounts for ease of use on AR platforms.
For more information, please visit Bushnell.com.
Leupold DeltaPoint 2
Leupold’s new DeltaPoint 2 now includes a manual brightness adjustment for users who prefer brighter or dimmer dots.
For more information, please visit Leupold.com.
Redfield’s compact Accelerator reflex sight delivers an immediate, crisp sight picture with a 6-MOA red-dot reticle.
For more information, please visit Redfield.com.
Trijicon’s RMR (Ruggedized Miniature Reflex) is made from 7075-T6 aluminum and is available in LED, adjustable LED or dual-illuminated versions.
For more information, please visit Trijicon.com.
Vortex SPARC II
The Vortex SPARC II (Speed Point Aiming for Rapid Combat) features a three-piece base providing four individual mounting-height options and digital rear-facing controls with MOA dot-size as well as brightness adjustments.
For more information, please visit VortexOptics.com.
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