oh yeah they're all but invincible, but for general hunting even im not like 'duty ' abusive to guns/sights.
there are definitely some nice red dots out there in the 100-200 range. Probably not with as big of a window though. But definitely what i would call durable. I'll agree that many red dots are not durable. Even a trijicon Reflex i had, I did not consider durable. nice sight though, but a serious bump would destroy zero , or maybe knock it clean off. Why the hell do they make so many red dots with the zero adjustment moving the whole damn thing? that makes it super weak IMO....
Personally i think the eotechs are too big for my tastes.
but anyways thanks for the explanation, makes more sense now.
most of what i don't get is the aimpoints costing well into the 600 range, holyshit! eotechs actually seem to be coming down slightly, i think i saw one for 260 the other day.
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