Pentax’s Tough New Red-Dot Mini

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posted on January 22, 2013
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Pentax’s new Gameseeker RD Mini waterproof dot sight boasts a nitrogen-filled body constructed of rigid and durable aluminum to withstand the harshest shooting conditions. The RD Mini features a five-MOA dot, seven brightness settings for various light conditions and precise ½-MOA click adjustments for windage and elevation. The unit is powered by a CR 2032 battery that provides 72 hours of continuous use. The company’s proprietary PentaBright Technology ensures sharp, clear images that are parallax free for accurate target acquisition. The housing incorporates a built-in Weaver-style mount.

“Pentax is proud to introduce this new scope that covers applications from hunting to tactical,” said John Carlson, Senior Marketing Manager. “Not only is it extremely compact and durable, but also extremely affordable.” The RD Mini’s suggested retail price is just $99, and will be available at retail outlets nationwide and online in March 2013. For further details, click here.

 

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