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Recommendation on a parallax-free red dot sight for an AR15 #5412964 11/11/14 03:15 PM
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I'm building my dad an AR-15 for his Christmas present. My mom wants to buy the optics for him, but she wants to spend no more than $150. We know he wants a red dot sight (no magnification needed, but he's not opposed), but we can't get too much more from him without blowing the surprise. I have EOTech's, but mom doesn't want to spend that much. I have no experience with any others. I know we want to find a parallax-free sight in the 4-5 MOA range. Single red dot is preferred, but it's not a deal-breaker. Does anyone have experience in the area that can make a recommendation?

She has a budget of $200, but wants to use the other $50 on a mag and ammo. If we HAVE to go to the $200 mark, we can.

Re: Recommendation on a parallax-free red dot sight for an AR15 [Re: nax] #5413344 11/11/14 05:46 PM
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vortex strikefire or sparc, sightmark has a few but they are parallax adjusted, I have both but what is currently sitting on my ar is the vortex.

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