The Glock pistol has become one of the most common pistols on the planet, and has reached a level of ubiquity in handguns previously achieved only by 1911s. It’s now possible to build a competition ready race gun for USPSA Open Division on a “Glock” platform from the ground up, using no Glock parts.
These days you can see more red-dot sights on rifles at the range than irons, but it wasn’t always so. Forty years ago, when Aimpoint debuted the world’s first red-dot sight with its “Electronic,” there was no shortage of critics who claimed the battery-powered device had no place on the firing line, though.
The Trijicon RMR (Ruggedized Miniature Reflex) is already known as one of the most robust miniature red dot sights on the market today, and with the introduction of the 1 MOA model, the RMR has taken a considerable step toward also being the most accurate.
The CQTS is Bushnell’s first Elite Tactical line red-dot scope, featuring multi-coated optics, a 30 mm tube, armored caps and a one-year, no-risk guarantee.
Trijicon may have just announced its new Miniature Rifle Optic (MRO), but for several weeks now American Rifleman editors have been quietly testing the new red-dot sight behind the scenes and will report their results in an upcoming issue of American Rifleman.