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dot optic for PS-90

Discussion in 'Sights, Optics and Lasers' started by gordo993, Aug 5, 2010.

  1. gordo993

    gordo993

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    I am looking for a compact red dot for my FNH PS-90.

    My concerns are:
    Battery life
    Ability to hold zero
    Durability
    Size

    What would you recommend and why?
     
  2. AZBru88

    AZBru88

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    Check out the aim point micro! Light weight, great battery life, tough! I went with a AGOG, wish I would have went with the micro.
    Saying that if you want a scope to reach out with the ACOG is the way to go. Aimpoint great for med range,and house clearing. Very fast. Longer range stuff, past 250 meters I like the ACOG.
     


  3. Shipwreck-The-Sequel

    Shipwreck-The-Sequel Beretta 92 Nut!

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  4. HAMMERHEAD

    HAMMERHEAD

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    For durability, battery life and quality, I think you have to start with Aimpoint.
    They do make the two ring tube sights that are less expensive than their AR styles.
    I've had a Trijicon Reflex sight for over ten years now, no batteries, rugged as hell, crisp aiming triangle, holds zero on magnum handguns and rifles.
    Not cheap though. (bought mine used for $250 in 2000)
     
  5. AZBru88

    AZBru88

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    I've shot Eotechs (the larger ones) on my buddies M16 and AR. They are nice and bright. After seeing the micro aimpoint both of us liked it better. Just my 2 cent. Eotech's are nice sights too, plus the new smaller size. I know on my AR, I bought lights, grip/bipod, laser, all the crap! Took all that off, it was just to heavy. I have a single point sling and my AGOG. Basic and quick to get into action!