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Red Dot/Reflex Sight for Handgun #7523052 05/30/19 03:54 PM
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What y'all using? Tactical Cowboy, tell me something.


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Iím running a Leupold Delta Point Pro on my CZ Scorpion. I like the wake on movement feature. One thing Iíve noticed though is there isnít a lot of mounting options for the DPP.

Iíll be running micro dots on everything from this point forward handgun or long gun. Love the small foot print the micro dots take up. But if run one on a long gun Iíd definitely get the smallest dot size they manufacture offers. The dot on my scorpion covers the target at 50 yards. It is a triangle reticle so I could sight it in for just the tip but ainít nobody got time for dat.


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Originally Posted by KRoyal
Iím running a Leupold Delta Point Pro on my CZ Scorpion. I like the wake on movement feature. One thing Iíve noticed though is there isnít a lot of mounting options for the DPP.

Iíll be running micro dots on everything from this point forward handgun or long gun. Love the small foot print the micro dots take up. But if run one on a long gun Iíd definitely get the smallest dot size they manufacture offers. The dot on my scorpion covers the target at 50 yards. It is a triangle reticle so I could sight it in for just the tip but ainít nobody got time for dat.



Out of that whole paragraph, all I read was "just the tip."


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Haha yea I polished that thing for hours.
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Iím running a Leupold Delta Point Pro on my CZ Scorpion. I like the wake on movement feature. One thing Iíve noticed though is there isnít a lot of mounting options for the DPP.

Iíll be running micro dots on everything from this point forward handgun or long gun. Love the small foot print the micro dots take up. But if run one on a long gun Iíd definitely get the smallest dot size they manufacture offers. The dot on my scorpion covers the target at 50 yards. It is a triangle reticle so I could sight it in for just the tip but ainít nobody got time for dat.



Out of that whole paragraph, all I read was "just the tip."


Lol figured youíd catch that.


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I bought a Trijicon RMR from Kyle. You're welcome to come try it. I'd let it go to you for what I bought it from Kyle. I think it's too nice and too expensive for the job it is doing.


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Originally Posted by FiremanJG
I bought a Trijicon RMR from Kyle. You're welcome to come try it. I'd let it go to you for what I bought it from Kyle. I think it's too nice and too expensive for the job it is doing.


Sweet. I'll meet you at the range one day next week and check it out. Me and Tiger need to get data on or rimfire ammo anyway.


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Haha yea I polished that thing for hours.
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I'm running a Leupold DPP on a G34. My first foray into pistol optics but so far so good!

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Have a Burris FF3 and a Vortex Venom that have both done time on my Glock G40. So far, so good. Did have to send the Vortex back for repair (shocker) when it would not adjust vertically right out of the box.

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I have a FF3 in a Burris dovetail mount on my G17. I am on my second one so faróthe emitter cracked on my first one (I think I banged it into something) and Burris replaced it for free. Quick turnaround too, I might add.

Sig has the Romeo 3 Max that might be worth a look. The glass is supposed to be huge.

What are you wanting to do with the dot? If itís for carry/defense, be ready to spend a lot of time practicing draws and watching the dot when youíre shooting.


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Originally Posted by Tactical Cowboy
I have a FF3 in a Burris dovetail mount on my G17. I am on my second one so faróthe emitter cracked on my first one (I think I banged it into something) and Burris replaced it for free. Quick turnaround too, I might add.

Sig has the Romeo 3 Max that might be worth a look. The glass is supposed to be huge.

What are you wanting to do with the dot? If itís for carry/defense, be ready to spend a lot of time practicing draws and watching the dot when youíre shooting.


I knew you'd have some experience in that arena. I'm mounting the sight on my Five Seven for fun. I'm sure I'll carry it in the woods too. No gunslinger stuff.


Originally Posted by KRoyal
Haha yea I polished that thing for hours.
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Originally Posted by ImTheReasonDovesMourn
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I have a FF3 in a Burris dovetail mount on my G17. I am on my second one so faróthe emitter cracked on my first one (I think I banged it into something) and Burris replaced it for free. Quick turnaround too, I might add.

Sig has the Romeo 3 Max that might be worth a look. The glass is supposed to be huge.

What are you wanting to do with the dot? If itís for carry/defense, be ready to spend a lot of time practicing draws and watching the dot when youíre shooting.


I knew you'd have some experience in that arena. I'm mounting the sight on my Five Seven for fun. I'm sure I'll carry it in the woods too. No gunslinger stuff.


That oughtta be FUN!!

What is your budget?


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Originally Posted by Tactical Cowboy
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I have a FF3 in a Burris dovetail mount on my G17. I am on my second one so faróthe emitter cracked on my first one (I think I banged it into something) and Burris replaced it for free. Quick turnaround too, I might add.

Sig has the Romeo 3 Max that might be worth a look. The glass is supposed to be huge.

What are you wanting to do with the dot? If itís for carry/defense, be ready to spend a lot of time practicing draws and watching the dot when youíre shooting.


I knew you'd have some experience in that arena. I'm mounting the sight on my Five Seven for fun. I'm sure I'll carry it in the woods too. No gunslinger stuff.


That oughtta be FUN!!

What is your budget?


I already bought the mount, so probably a couple hundred bucks. The FF3 is looking good.


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Glass on the trijicon is tiny.


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My only experience is with a Romeo1 on a P320rx. It's a lot of fun.

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Originally Posted by Tactical Cowboy
Glass on the trijicon is tiny.



You must only shoot at giant targets.


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Glass on the trijicon is tiny.



You must only shoot at giant targets.


Itís more about finding the dot quickly and tracking the dot while shooting.


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