Is the Holosun 507COMP the Trijicon SRO killer? A little head to head comparison might shed some light on the answer to that question.
Holosun has tossed their hat in the competition pistol mountable optics ring with the 507COMP which was highly anticipated by a lot of folks. The question is, “Is the optic good enough to grab a fair share of that market?”
As it has become tradition on this blog, it is past time for a 2,000 round update review on the H&K VP9 Match. The blaster has held up impeccably well and undergone a few changes, but has seen less and less range time since its last review.
There is no shortage of options when it comes to rifle optics. One of those options is an open emitter red dot sight with an extra large window, a doughnut of death, and an affordable price known as the Holosun HS510C.
It didn’t take very long for the round count on the CZ Shadow 2 to go from 1,000 to 2,000 rounds. Nevertheless, that 2,000 round mark indicates it’s time for a follow up review and there are a few things to mention.
Zeroing a pistol mounted red dot sight is simple. It’s not easy, but it’s simple. Here is how I go about zeroing pistol mounted optics along with a half dozen tips y’all may find useful.