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Thread: Red dot scopes on your handgun

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    Red dot scopes on your handgun

    I'm a big fan of low buck red dot scopes on my rimfire handguns. How many of you use them and what brand?

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    Moderator BowKil's Avatar
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    I won't put 'low buck' anything on any firearm that I own. Burris Fast Fire II is about the cheapest that I'll go and I do have one on my Browning Buckmark 5.5 Field.

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    Until very recently, I had a Tasco Pro Point on a Sig Trailside. It actually performed very well, I just took it off because I wanted the pistol to be able to holster easier for some hiking trips.

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    Two of my .22s wear Tasco Pro Points and the other wears an older unknown red dot.
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    c-more for comp pistols or steels match pistols both 22 and 9mm, but that's the class I shoot, I'm getting older so I may remove them and shoot the iron sight class or stock class. I have also used the J-point sight.

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    My dad bought me a Vortex red dot I believe thats what it is for my browning .22 hand gun. I don't much care for it, but it looks wicked on the gun. I prefer iron sights on my hand guns, but thats just me.

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