GWLE October 2014 Red Dot Sights lead
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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.

Burris AR-1X

GWLE October 2014 Burris AR-1X
Burris AR-1X

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

GWLE October 2014 Bushnell
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

GWLE October 2014 Leupold DeltaPoint 2
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 Accelerator

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 RMR

GWLE October 2014 Trijicon RMR
Trijicon RMR

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

GWLE October 2014 Vortex SPARC II
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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