Red dot sights

Teodor Štimec

is an experienced author from the field of sports optics. He writes articles and reviews about binoculars, spotting scopes, rifle scopes, long range shooting and other topics for magazines like Lovec and Optic-Info.com blog. Currently he is a member of Optics Trade team. More about Teodor Štimec on Google+.

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3 Responses

  1. I can see the merrits of fast target aquasition from a red dot sight for low to mid-range engagement but would like to know how a red dot compares to a green dot sight? And also, in low-light red light doesnt disturb night vision, but will a green light?

  2. C says:

    Best explanation I have read. Especially the differences, and positive and negative attributes for the intended use of the shooter. Thanks!

  3. Billy Barber says:

    Great article Teodor. I have several red dot scopes which I use mainly for short range varmint hunting. They can be relatively inexpensive (depending on the options and mfg) however as one gets older the eye sight has a tendency to lose strength. If you haven’t used a red-dot I encourage the purchase of a lower end scope and experiment.

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