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Holosun 512T Circle Dot Sight

Introduction of Holosun 512T

Holosun 512T unique, hybrid design is a combination of a tube-style red dot and an open reflex optical sight with a large field of view. The most notable feature of Holosun 512 is its big window, which allows the user to aim at a target with both eyes open. The red dot is equipped with a QD mount, which enables quick and simple detachment of the optic from the rifle.

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Holosun 512T

Holosun 512T reflex red dot

New features of Holosun 512

Holosun 512T dot is made of titanium which gives it robustness and durability. It has been tested to withstand water submersion (IPX8 certified). Holosun's HE512T dot has a new edition of turrets with 0.5 MOA per click (15 mm at a distance of 100 m).

Equipped with solar cells, the sight can go in Solar mode in which the optic is powered by light but can also draw energy from the battery if the light is insufficient. While in Solar mode, the reticle intensity adjusts automatically. The Shake Awake feature puts HE512T sight in “sleep mode” whenever the optic is inactive and powers it back on when it detects minimal movement.

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Holosun 512T dot

Conclusion on red dot sight

This Holosun red dot sight is a great, uniquely-designed piece of equipment. The Shake Awake function truly works like a charm – the Holosun optic switches from “sleep mode” to “active mode” in a blink of an eye.

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Andraž Gradišnik

is an optics enthusiast who writes articles and reviews in the field of binoculars, riflescopes, NV optics etc. for the Optics-Info.com blog. Currently, he is a member of the Optics Trade team.

1 thought on “Holosun 512T Circle Dot Sight”

  1. What is the difference, mission purpose, target market between 510C vs. 512T ?

    510C is open; why is that good, why might that not as good as a tube enclosure (512T)?

    512T is tube; why is that good, why might that not be as good as open (510C)?

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