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    Red Dot Recomendation

    Looking for a red dot site for a .22 Rifle. Something that is size and caliber appropriate. Any Ideas ?
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    Vortex parc, Sig Romeo or a Primary Arms. Should be able to get a Sig for $125 and will work just fine for your 22LR

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    Red Dot Recomendation

    Primary Arms or Holosun. If you surf the primary arms site they have blems every so often fir under $100. Great bang for the buck. Iíve got a Holosun on the AR I built for my son. No issues to date.

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    I like the company so my Vortex Crossfire seems good for the money.


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    I've had good results with the Bushnell TRS 25, they are small tough and don't cost a lot. I have four of them

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    Another on the TRS-25, if you shop around... can be had for about $55-60 bucks

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    I would go with Primary arms rotary knob model with 50k battery life. The other options recommended will ask work as well. This one has upgraded internals compared to Holosun (made in diff factory to PA specs) Holosun does their push button models.

    The dot is $149.99 if not on sale, but also gives you the ability to mount it to an ar or shotgun at a later time and not worry about durability

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wake27 View Post
    I like the company so my Vortex Crossfire seems good for the money.


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    All things being equal with cheap red dots and none are made in the US, I would go Crossfire too for the warranty.

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    Sig Romeo 5, or the equivalent Holosun. Primary Arms makes good ones. If you have the scratch, Aimpoint ACRO, or Micro H-1 .
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    Can’t go wrong with Primary arms, used them before had zero issues
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