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SCCY Firearms Announces CPX Red Dot Lineup

The CPX Series retains backup iron sights but allows the user to focus on the target by utilizing the parallax free red dot from Crimson Trace.

Crimson Trace Announces Red Dot Sights

Crimson Trace has released a new line red-dot sights for pistols and long guns.

Tested: SIG Sauer Romeo1 Reflex Sight

Mini-reflex sights, also called mini-red dots, are gaining popularity because they afford shooters several notable advantages over irons and riflescopes.

Optics-Ready Handguns and Mini-Reflex Sight Round-Up

Competitive shooters and the U.S. military have known about the advantages of reflex sights for years, but it wasn’t until these “red dots” were miniaturized that rank-and-file gun owners took note. Several major gun companies now make handguns with integral mounts for these sights, and more are surely on the way.

Keefe Report: Back to the Future in the Gun Industry

Apparently it's "Back to the Future" Day, which commemorates the date that Marty McFly traveled to in "Back to the Future II." While the firearm industry does not have anything as glitzy as a flying DeLorean, there have been some major introductions worthy of reflection since 1985, the year the iconic movie takes place.

Trijicon Sealed Reflex Sight

The Sealed Reflex Sight from Trijicon is a rugged, compact red-dot sight with a 1.75 reticle, powered by a single AA battery and a solar cell, and can be submerged to an unprecedented depth.

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