Primary Arms has been introducing new optics and updates to existing optics at a rapid pace. That includes the 2nd generation of the SLx MD-25 micro red dot sight which I had the opportunity to spend some delightful quality time with.
I was on the fence about the Primary Arms ACSS Vulcan Dot reticle on the Holosun 507K after my initial review. As such, I decided to do some work with it to determine whether or not it was worth the additional $30. I found that it is and this post explains why.
Holosun’s 507K is a solid pistol mountable dot for slimline pistols. Primary Arms’s ACSS Vulcan reticle offers some solid advantages. The combination results in a very enticing optic that is worth a deeper look.
The Primary Arms SLx RS-10 is a solid value-priced red dot sight that will work well on intermediate cartridge rifles or pistols intended for recreation, concealed carry, or home defense purposes.
More and more value-priced pistol-mountable red dots are being introduced to the market. As with all value priced optics, they aren’t perfect, but the real question is, “Are they good enough?” Let’s look at the new Primary Arms Classic Series red dots.
Folks in the know agree the Holosun 507C is a fantastic pistol mountable dot. The same folks seem to be decisively split on the ACSS Vulcan reticle. They either hate it or love it. Let’s find out which bandwagon I’ll hop into.