SIG Sauer’s Romeo2 modular red-dot reflex sight gives users the choice of open- or closed-emitter styles
Priced less than $200, the Hawke Optics Reflex Wide View 3-MOA red-dot sight is a “viable” option for action shooters, says Field Editor Chris Christian
The $100 consumer rebate for Trijicon’s RMRcc starts July 1 and will run through September 30
While SIG describes its new micro-reflex sight as "ultra-compact," it sports a generous 24 mm objective lens.
German optics company Noblex releases the NV G, the latest model in its reflex sight family.
Retail price for both red dots is under $80.
The latest offering in the FastFire series offers a wider sight window and more reticle options.
With options priced under $300, Springfield Armory says about HEX, "We proudly stand behind our precision crafted optics with an unwavering lifetime warranty."
The new RXS-100 reflex sight from Bushnell is $99.99, attractively priced for people sitting on the fence with upgrading to a red-dot optic.
The sub-$500 TaurusTX 22 Competition is built on the same full-size polymer receiver as the original TaurusTX 22, but with a newly engineered slide and barrel assembly designed to accept red-dot optics.