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Shortest model sight yet! This sight is smaller and lighter than the other HWS sights and runs on a single 123 battery. With the new single battery configura…


Q&A:

Josh asked What is a reliable but not too expensive Red Dot or Holographic sight?

I have an Smith & Wesson M&P 15, .223 Remington/5.56 NATO, assault rifle and am looking for a red dot/holographic that can handle the weapon and will last for a good amount of time but not too expensive.

Please give multiple options so I can have options.

And got the following answer:

First of all, you don’t have an assault rifle. An assault rifle is select fire and costs about $18,000 and requires you to go through a bunch of ATF paperwork.

EOTech’s are very reliable and certainly will not break the bank. You can get an older AA battery model 512 for about $300 used, or you can get a newer XPS-2 for only $430 brand new. There are more expensive options out there, but you probably don’t need a night-vision ready optic.

Trijicon also makes a great reflex for about $450 after it is all said and done–the RX01. The sight will cost about $320 and the mount costs about $120. I have one and it is excellent. No batteries, parallax-free, extremely rugged/durable, and the company is a Christian company that puts Bible verses on their products (certainly a selling point for me). Their more expensive ACOG optic is used by the military, if that tells you anything about the company’s reputation.

Of course, anything cheaper than $300 will be junk that will not last long or hold a zero up to the recoil.

siskman asked Eotech 512 military version night vision ready?

This guy says he has a eotech 512 but its not the a65. he says its the earlier version and it has some night vision cababilities. I cant find anything on this item and was wondering if this guy is jerking my chain

And got the following answer:

He doesn’t know what he’s talking about. ALL red dot optics are “night vision ready”. Of course you still have to MOUNT night vision in front of it.

B D asked What is the best Holosight for my AR-15?

I have the bushmaster with the carry handle. I have already bought the rail. Which is the best holosight? whats the difference between the bushnell and eotech , and which eotech is the best? If im going to spend the $ i want to get a good one.

And got the following answer:

The difference between the two is battery life and ruggedness. The Eotech (any version) will be an improvement over the Bushnell, that’s why there’s a difference in price. As for the variation in Eotech’s themselves, it’s pretty simple. The base models do not work with NV goggles, the pricier versions do. I love my 512 (standard AA batteries, 1100 hour battery life, doesn’t work with night vision). You can move up to the models with BDC, or smaller batteries (CR123), or NV or all of the above if you need them. I don’t like the CR123 versions only because it’s not a standard battery you likely have dozens of laying around.

FYI: The Aimpoint Red Dots are amazing as well, but they are not holosights. That being said, I would not hesitate to use one. If you have the extra cash, the light weight and extreme battery life (50,000+ hours) of these sights might be worth it. Just remember, most Aipoints require a mount in addition to the cost of the optic.