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C&H Precision’s Pistol Optics

C & H Precision is a good size player in the pistol-mounted optics world. Ok, hold on, before the editor (me) gets a letter about red dot sights versus pistol-mounted optics, I did not make the term up to be cool or different. As two of the largest law enforcement agencies on the west coast were getting into dots on pistols, they came up with the terminology. I first caught onto C&H when they were [...]

By |May 2nd, 2023|

Keeping Your Lights and Dots Clean

By |September 7th, 2022|

Weapon-mounted lights and pistol optics both get dirty. Within a range session or three, it is not difficult for a layer of burnt-on crap to begin solidifying on the downrange lens. That crud causes two problems. With a weapon-mounted light, it robs you of lumen and candela that should be [...]

Aimpoint Duty RDS

By |August 26th, 2022|

The Aimpoint Duty RDS (Red Dot Sight) is the red dot sight solution the world has been waiting for. It offers Aimpoint quality at a more accessible price point. This compact, high-grade reflex optic was designed to meet the needs of the modern law enforcement officer. The Duty RDS offers [...]

Options for Mounting Your Red Dot Sight

By |July 6th, 2022|

If you've missed it, pistol-mounted optics (PMO), also known as red dots, are "here," they are staying; they are not going away. So, how do you put one – or more – on your pistol(s)? There are several ways to mount that dot. Some work with a stock slide, then [...]

OUT OF THE DARK | A Guide to Night Sights

By |November 24th, 2021|

A five-year study of “California Peace Officers Killed and Assaulted in the Line of Duty,” published by the California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) in November 2001 found that most officer-involved shootings occur within the first two minutes of the officer arriving on scene with no time [...]

Holosun AEMS Optic

By |September 15th, 2021|

Ever struggle to look through glass? With a wide field of view in a lightweight package, Holosun seeks to solve this issue, offering more glass in a small size with a modest price point. The new Holosun Advanced Enclosed Micro Sight (AEMS) weighs 3.9 oz. and is designed for various [...]

LOW POWERED VARIABLE OPTICS AND THE PATROL CARBINE

By |January 8th, 2021|

  Over the last ten years or so, the use of low powered variable optics (LPVOs) on M4 carbines has become the standard set-up for most U.S. Special Operations forces and military units. LPVOs allow the user to have both near and far aiming capabilities via a turn of a [...]

Scope Setter

By |September 10th, 2020|

To state the obvious, this tool does just what it says. I always seem to wrestle getting the reticles straight when I mount a scope. Doesn’t matter if it’s a handgun scope or a rifle scope. It always seems there’s much fuss and muss over a “tweak” this way, then [...]

Sights & Optics See It — Hit It

By |September 10th, 2020|

By Mark Kakkuri Sights and optics are better than ever, constantly benefitting from the firearm industry’s ongoing technological innovations. Whatever your tactical need or preference, from good old night sights to red dot, holographic, magnifying and reflex, your wishes are a touch-screen away. These sights and optics will help you [...]

C-More RTS2 Red Dot Sight

By |September 10th, 2020|

There’s no doubt red dot sights make it easier to shoot your pistol more accurately. The single sight-plane, aim, and shoot operation is fast, natural and easy. And while I strongly believe learning to shoot iron sights is a basic and integral building block skill everyone should know and understand, [...]

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