Posted December 6, 2018 11:00 am by Comments

By Ben Brown

So you made the decision to put a red dot on your handgun. Maybe for a shooting competition or for fun. When it comes to red dots, Leupold and Trijicon make some of the best – they’re what I prefer – but how should you choose between them? For this review, I’ll look at the Leupold Delta Point Pro and the Trijicon RMR to find out which is best if you’re still trying to decide.
Durability
Obviously the red dot you choose needs to be dependable. You wouldn’t want to waste time and money on something that only works most of the time. Fortunately, both items fair pretty evenly in this department. The Trijicon RMR is at the top of the proverbial micro red dot pile when we are talking about dependability. Trijicon is no stranger to making “bomb proof” optics and they have a longer MRD track record. They’re both designed with 100 percent water- and fog-proof with rugged aluminum housing. However, the average user won’t abuse either of these red dots enough to make them quit.
Battery life
Both the DPP and the RMR are powered by batteries with the exception of a few RMR that use ambient light. The Trijicon RMR

Source: Guns.com

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