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  • Reflex Sights
    I have a Trijicon, the "no battery" version. It is fine during the daylight, but at dusk, I cannot see it. I am going to test it in darkness tonight, as it is supposed to have a tritium night version. I have looked at it in fairly dark...  more
    • Allan Pederson  USMC (Ret.)
      Nathan Dera In your post, you did not list the model.I have used several reflex/red dot sights in my career, I prefer the EOTech.  Most red dot sights that use tritium and fiber optics to power the sight experience "wash out" when looking into a bright area from...  more
      • · Jan 1
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    • Allan Pederson  USMC (Ret.)
      Nathan Dera I misfired on that post, there should be a space in there.  After the first sentence.  I have more to add to this if interested.
      • Jan 1
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    • Allan Pederson  USMC (Ret.)
      Reflex Sights I think the reason I cannot see the dot sometimes, is that my head is to the side, or something.    I have it mounted, but I haven't shot this pistol yet.   When it warms up, I am going to have to go out and just shoot it, then I ...  more
      • Jan 3
    • Allan Pederson  USMC (Ret.)
      Reflex Sights Oh, and I am going to need a magnifying glass to read the model number!    Allan
      • Jan 3
    • Allan Pederson  USMC (Ret.)
      Reflex Sights I understand there are some reflex sights that have an automatic battery turn off, but instantly come to life when the gun is drawn?    Can anyone post on this?
      Allan
      • Jan 6
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