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Wilson’s True Zero RDS Mount

We have received some questions and inquiries about Wilson’s red dot mounting system: True Zero.  The True Zero RDS mount consists of cutting the slide for interchangeable plates. These plates correspond to different makes of pistol optics. They also have a rear fixed site that is drift-adjustable.  This system is offered as both a factory OEM option or aftermarket.  At …

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Mundane RDS Work

Getting the hang of shooting a RDS on a pistol. The biggest change is training my mind to look where the dot is, above the gun, instead of through the irons. If you look where my eyes are relative to the irons, it might be apparent on video.  It’s going pretty well.  Make: Wilson  Model: X9L w/Rail. RDS: Trijicon SRO. …

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Red Dots on a Plate Rack

Still playing with Officer Mike’s STI DVC-P 2011. As previously stated, this is the first time I have ever put any appreciable time behind a pistol mounted red dot.  By no means have I developed the skill to run one on a social gun. However…today was the first day I ever thought, “This thing is easy to shoot. I could …

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Handguns Seen at 2016 Ft. Benning Sniper Challenge

I know the subject of issued military handguns is always a hot-button topic among most firearms enthusiasts. I suspect the reason for this isn’t the significance or primacy of handguns in combat. They are secondary and rarely used. But rather civilians live in mostly a handgun world. So any brand confirmation hits them right in the feels. But let us …

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POTD — LED Front Sight

I have noticed an emerging trend by some of the higher end hunting rifles. Led front sights. I wasn’t really sure how I felt about that, but then I saw this image and something clicked. So…it’s kinda like a red-dot sight in it’s application? Interesting.   Marky www.tacticaltshirts.com www.john1911.com “Shooting Guns & Having Fun”

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Vepr 12 with Bushnell Red-dot Sight

One of the issues many people have with the modern gold-standard of red-dot sights (AimPoint IMO) is the price. The latest iterations of the Micro can be well north of $500! But just like how Surefire used to be the only game in town concerning weapon lights, Bushnell has stepped up with a red-dot line called the TRS. It’s basically …