THE RED DOT EXPLAINED
Aimpoint red dot sights are designed for the user to easily adjust the intensity
of the red dot to accommodate different lighting conditions, from
dusk till dawn. Adjusting the intensity can result in an apparent change of
the size of the red dot. Some shooters prefer to increase the intensity of
the red dot in a situation where fast moving targets require extremely fast
target acquisition. Similarly, decreasing the intensity can make the red dot
appear smaller and provide better precision for longer shots.
The small dot does not obscure the target, even if the target is compact and
far away. If necessary, you can increase the intensity to over expose the dot,
making it look little bit bigger. The target will be easy to see.
The 4 MOA red dot offers a perfect balance between the ability for close-up
shots as well as engaging targets at a distance with maintained precision.
The 4 MOA red dot could also be a solution if you have difficulties with seeing
the smaller 2 MOA dot as round.
For close and fast moving targets where the shooter might only get a split
second to line up a shot, the 6 MOA dot is the optimal choice. The dot is big,
bright, and easy to find encouraging fast target acquisition every time. Perfect
for IPSC disciplines, dog handlers, etc.
HOW MUCH DOES THE RED DOT COVER
AT CERTAIN DISTANCES?
1 MOA = 3 cm at 100 meters.
'276,ǰ( 5 M 15 M 25 M 50 M 100 M
2 MOA ǱN ǱN ǱN ǱN ǱN
4 MOA ǱN ǱN ǱN ǱN ǱN
6 MOA ǱN ǱN ǱN ǱN ǱN