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Thread: Red Dot Recomendation

  1. #11
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    I’ve got an EoTech on my M&P15-22, rattlecannned pink and purple, like the rest of the gun.
    RLTW

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    Primary arms or holosun

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    I'd rock a primary arms or an Eotech when I am feeling fancy

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    Primary Arms or Holosun. Google on youtube the insane torture tests these optics have been through and then you will see that it does not make sense getting another budget brand at about the same price. To put things into perspective, I sold my Aimpoint Micro 4MOA on Arfcom to purchase 2 Primary Arms advanced Micro Dots. They are of the same quality as far as durability goes.

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    I don’t get why a .22 should be any less reliable or durable than a 5.56.

    I run a T1 on my .22 pistol and a Nightforce on my .22 rifle.

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    It's all relative to what you want to accomplish with a red dot. You find them in assorted sizes like 1, 2,3 5, 11 or so MOA as a guess. In certain matches I put the smallest Nikon red dot on tiny targets at close range and it's great. Never lost yet. Use a different brand with a larger dot and you obscure the targets. Use a bigger target and then you don't obscure the target. Depends on what the size is of what you want to hit. I tiny pinpoint red dot needs a lot of intensity in daylight. A larger dot can get by with less. For steel plates and bowling pins many red dots are suitable. For steel chickens my Nikon dot can work but other lower cost brands aren't much good.

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