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Thread: New "retro" OEG sight coming from Armson

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    Quote Originally Posted by jpr9954 View Post
    A local gun shop owner was very big on these a couple of years ago. I tried it and the concept worked really well. I thought it would work really well for someone with cross dominance like my wife.
    As somone with cross dominance, the best thing she can do is learn to shoot using the hand that goes with the dominant eye (for long guns).

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    Website shows ring mount version available now, but still no pictures of it on the page. Carry Handle mount coming in a couple of weeks/end of November.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snaggletooth View Post
    Would these be considered appropriate for a Sung-Tae Raider type clone carbine?
    Yes it will.
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    I've used the same concept with the Primary Arms ACSS prism sights.

    Just close the front flap, and turn up the illumination.

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    I wonder if they will come up with something more like the attached photo:
    Son-Tay-Raid-CAR15-with-Single-Point-Scope.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blanksguy View Post
    I wonder if they will come up with something more like the attached photo:
    Son-Tay-Raid-CAR15-with-Single-Point-Scope.jpg
    I agree. That is what Iím looking for as far as ďretroĒ goes. Thatís what I expect anyway.
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    I could be wrong but that could be a Single Point Rifle Sight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MontanaMarine View Post
    I've used the same concept with the Primary Arms ACSS prism sights.

    Just close the front flap, and turn up the illumination.
    Covering the objective lens on any illuminated scope or red dot would be a good way for anyone not familiar with single points/Armsons to get a decent facsimile of try before they buy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jsbhike View Post
    Covering the objective lens on any illuminated scope or red dot would be a good way for anyone not familiar with single points/Armsons to get a decent facsimile of try before they buy.
    Great idea and even greater training idea. Never thought of a red dot like this but IMHO itís brilliant. Thanks 😊
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    CoryCop25,
    Yes...….Single-Point-Rifle-Sight.
    They made two different models if I remember correctly...….One for rifles and one for shotguns, with the only difference being the diameter of the little red thing inside the round tip. The wider one was for shotguns.

    And yes GRA556...…..I would rather see this being manufactured as a reproduction also.

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