Product Preview: Meprolight Tru-Dot RDS

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posted on January 25, 2016
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Those looking for a durable red-dot sight with a large display window for quick target acquisition will find the Meprolight Tru-Dot RDS an excellent choice. Made in Israel in the same facility that manufactures optics for the Israeli military, the sights are built with practicality in mind. Careful consideration has been given to how the sight will function in the harsh conditions of the field. As such, it has four different brightness levels and an automatic shut-off when the sight is not being moved. Further, it is powered by a single AA battery and includes a low-battery indicator. To top things off, the Meprolight Tru-Dot RDS incorporates a setting that is compatible with night vision goggles and magnifiers. MSRP: $400. Contact The Mako Group (631) 843-0490; themakogroup.com.

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