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In the upcoming July 2014 issue of GUNS & WEAPONS FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT, author Robert A. Sadowski rounds up some of the newest red-dot and holographic sights for law enforcement officers who need fast targeting capabilities, accuracy and durability—all in one unit.

Sadowski writes, “When it comes to engaging targets quickly and accurately, it is hard to beat a reflex sight. Allowing both-eyes-open shooting, these facilitate awareness of the periphery of the primary target as well as the ability to quickly engage new and unexpected threats. And, with each passing year, it seems these optics get lighter, better and more affordable. The following is a roundup of some of the newest reflex optics available on the market today. Designed for use on a range of handguns, rifles and shotguns, these sighting systems will keep you on the cutting edge.

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. The company’s TRS- 25 HiRise red-dot sight is purpose-built for AR rifle platforms. It incorporates a single high, Weaver- style mount to perfectly align the red dot with an AR shooter’s eye. The 3-MOA red dot reticle has multiple illumination adjustment settings…

Leupold has built upon the strengths of its popular DeltaPoint sight with the equally impressive DeltaPoint 2. This ultra-compact and capable red dot sight now includes a manual brightness adjustment for users who prefer brighter or dimmer dots. The rock-solid unit retains the patented motion-sensor technology of its predecessor, which instantly detects motion and activates while automatically adjusting the brightness to the environment…”

To learn more, check out the July 2014 issue of GUNS & WEAPONS FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT, available on newsstands and digitally April 8, 2014. To subscribe, go to https://www.tactical-life.com/subscribe/guns-weapons-for-law-enforcement

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