Preview: Viridian GDO 25

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posted on October 31, 2022
Viridian GDO 25

During bright, daylight hours, the human eye can distinguish the color green far more easily than red. Viridian has been putting this fact to good use for many years in its line of firearm-mounted laser sights, and the company is now extending that advantage to its series of unmagnified “red-dot” optics, as well.

The GDO 25 presents a brilliant green 2-m.o.a. aiming point that is adjustable through 10 brightness settings (two of which are calibrated for night-vision use) and can be zeroed to the host gun via 1-m.o.a. windage and elevation turrets. The optic comes with a high mount for absolute co-witness with your irons, but a low-profile mount is also included.

Retail pricing for the Viridian GDO 25 is set for $289. For more information, please visit viridianweapontech.com.

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