Red Dot Sights

For fast target acquisition on an easy-to-use sighting system, check out our list of the best red dot sights for AR 15.

These types of sights feature an illuminated “red dot” that serves as accurate aim point for the operator. A red dot sight is primarily meant for targets at close range, but they’re more than effective from hundreds of yards away.  Check out our guide to see how you can easily zero in a red dot sight. READ MORE

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Other AR-15 Sights, Optics, Lights, & Lasers:

AT3 Tactical PRO-MOUNT Mini Riser Mount – .83 or 1 Inch Height Lightweight Cantilever MountAR-15 Scope Mounts
AR-15 Scopes
AT3™ Pro Series Flip-Up Backup Iron Sights (BUIS) - Front & Rear Set - Same Plane - IS-09Backup Iron Sights for AR-15
Laser Bore Sights
Open Box Return - Streamlight ProTac Railmount 2L - Dedicated Fixed Mount Long Gun Light - Max 625 LumLights and Lasers
AT3 ARO Micro Red Dot Sight with Absolute Cowitness MountRed Dot Sights

For fast target acquisition on an easy-to-use sighting system, check out our list of the best red dot sights for AR 15.

These types of sights feature an illuminated “red dot” that serves as accurate aim point for the operator. A red dot sight is primarily meant for targets at close range, but they’re more than effective from hundreds of yards away.  Check out our guide to see how you can easily zero in a red dot sight.

The red-dot sight is often known as a “reflex” sight, which is a term stemming from the fact that red dots rely on non-magnifying reflectors to display the red dot.  You’ll always have a perfect view of your target with a reticle that won’t change, no matter where you mount it.

Learn more about red dot sights in our article “Choosing a Red-Dot Sight for Your AR-15”

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