Aimpoint Reflex Sights are always quick on target.
We call them “red dot sights,” but the proper term is “reflex sights” because the illuminated dot is reflected onto a lens. For sure, not everyone uses them, but reflex sights are adaptable to sporting and competition rifles, handguns, and shotguns, as well to a wide array of military, sporting and defensive firearms.
Most optics manufacturers now offer a form of reflex sight. The original, and the grand-daddy of this popular class of sight, is the Aimpoint Electronic. Developed in 1974, introduced a year later, subsequent variants are still manufactured in Malmö, Sweden.
Introduced in 2015, the author used the Aimpoint Micro H-2 for dangerous game hunting on the also then-new Mossberg Patriot in .375 Ruger, the company’s first magnum action. The Micro H-2 was mounted on the rifle’s forward receiver bridge allowing for quick action and
maximum situational awareness.
The reflex sight is an …Read the Rest
Source:: Guns and Ammo