First Look: Riton Optics X3 Tactix MPRD

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posted on May 15, 2020
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Riton Optics is releasing a new pistol red-dot optic, the X3 Tactix MPRD. The new red-dot sight is a variation on its X3 Tactix PRD sight, released in 2019. The smaller frame on the X3 Tactix was engineered and tested at the Riton headquarters in Tucson, AZ as a micro pistol dot suitable for some of today’s most popular carry guns. Its X3 Tactix MPRD was created using Riton core values of building high-quality products that can withstand the most rugged applications, while still providing the highest level of functionality and outstanding value for the money.

Riton’s Director of Sales, Todd Neice explained, “The new X3 Tactix MPRD is a great addition to our current line of high-quality, best value optics. The addition further diversifies the Riton line and provides our customers with more options to suit their needs.”

In contrast to many pistol red dots on the market, which are made from polymers, the X3 Tactix MPRD is built from 6061 aircraft grade aluminum and has fully multi-coated, HD glass lenses for optimal clarity and long-lasting performance. It is also waterproof, fog proof and shockproof up to 1500Gs. Should anything go wrong, the optic is backed by Riton’s unlimited lifetime warranty which requires no proof of purchase, no registration and rapid new product replacement.

The X3 Tactix MPRD has the same footprint as a Shield RMS-c sight and features an ultra-precise 3 MOA dot, 10 levels of red illumination and will shut off automatically if not used for 12 hours. The sight has an approximate battery life of 50,000 hours using one CR2032 battery.

MSRP for the the X3 Tactix MPRD is $299.99 and is backed by the company’s unlimited lifetime warranty. For more information on this sight as well as other products in the Riton line, please visit ritonoptics.com.

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