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Trijicon ACOG 3.5 X 35 LED Red-Dot Sight

An ACOG that runs on batteries? Yep, it's here.

Zeiss Z-Point

The Z-Point, which was originally designed for the German military, takes the opposite approach. It starts with a lack of squared edges, protruding knobs and wires. There are enough things that can go wrong in a tense situation without your CQB optic getting hung up.

Aimpoint Micro T1

Aimpoint has been the pioneer of the red-dot sight, and its 9000 series is a proven performer on the battlefield as well as in sporting applications. When Aimpoint sent me its brand-new, smaller Micro T-1 sight to wring out, I couldn't wait to put it on a pistol.

Be Ready for Anything with New Burris Tactical Kits

Burris offers three new kits pairing the company's red-dot scope with either a magnified riflescope or a magnifier.

Meopta MeoRed Red-Dot Sight

Looking for a tiny red-dot sight that won't break the bank? Meopta has just the thing.

Bushnell Introduces AK Optics Red Dot and Riflescope for AK-47 Platform

Bushnell introduces a pair of sighting solutions aimed at putting the legendary AK-47 platform on target in all conditions.

Meprolight Adds MicroRDS Red Dot

The new MicroRDS red dot from Meprolight has a number of features useful for pistols, rifles and shotguns.

Optic Overview: Holosun Paralow Red Dot Sight

If you need an inexpensive red dot for your AR-15, the solar-powered Holosun Paralow Red Dot Sight is a great choice.

Burris Speadbead

The SpeedBead is currently available and installs easily on many of today's most popular sporting shotguns—select Benelli, Beretta, Franchi, Remington and Stoeger models, to be precise. What piqued my interest is the fact that a Picatinny/Weaver mounting plate is also available for installation on carbines, tactical shotguns and even some handguns.

Elcan SpecterDR 1X/4X

The SpecterDR 1X/4X sight, manufactured by Raytheon subsidiary Elcan and imported by Armament Technology, is a unique sighting device that solves one of the most vexing problems encountered by military personnel.

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