I’d say the honeymoon period is over after carrying the VP9 for over a year, competing with it, training with it, and shooting over 2000 rounds with it. I’m also happy to report it’s yet to let me down.
My review of the Aimpoint Micro T-2 Red Dot Reflex Sight. In short, it’s a small and lightweight red dot optic that is a fantastic choice for duty or home defense carbines. Especially so, when combined with night vision devices.
My review of the Trijicon RMR Type 2 Adjustable LED Reflex Sight. While it’s not perfect, it’s a fantastic red dot sight that is ideal for defensive carry and duty pistols.
One of the things I’ve noticed after talking with folks about pistol mounted red dot sights, is that not everyone is aware of types of failures that may occur with an RDS and how to deal with them. Spoiler: back up sights aren’t necessarily the answer. Let’s explore front sight obstructions, rear sight obstructions, and complete RDS failures.
Red dot sight (RDS), low powered variable optic (LPVO), or both? This is a common question pondered by folks when considering how to accessorize a modern rifle. Read on for my opinion.
One of the most important fundamentals of pistol shooting is sight alignment. A red dot sight (RDS) provides a lot of benefits but requires a different approach to sight alignment fundamentals. KR Training’s course addresses the RDS fundamentals.