New Handguns On the Way in 2022



The unprecedented demand for firearms over the past two years has strained manufacturing capacity. Nevertheless, in 2022 retailers will see new models.

If there’s a term that can describe the industry’s focus in the past year, it’s “supply chain issues.” These range from the availability and cost of raw materials and parts to building sufficient firearms to maintain inventory at the retail level. That’s one reason retailers saw so few new products released in 2021. It’s difficult to stop or reduce production of core products to begin production of a new firearm when demand is so high for existing products. But in 2022, retailers will begin to see more new models hit the market. Many of these will be line extensions, but there are a few surprises that should whet the appetite of your customers. Here are some of the highlights.

American Tactical

When introduced in 2020, the American Tactical FXH-45 Moxie boasted a patented polymer frame with two metal inserts for added stability and durability. It also featured a 4140 steel slide with a Parkerized finish. The frame was built to have an ergonomic feel with built-in finger grooves. For 2022, this model will be joined by the new, slightly smaller FXH Moxie 1911 Commander in .45 ACP. The polymer frame has black polymer grips, and the slide is phosphate finished. Comes with one eight-round magazine and front and rear sights. Barrel length is 4.25 inches and weight is 1.2 pounds without the magazine. Available in black or FDE. SRP: $459.95. Booth #72405

Bond Arms

A leader in the derringer space, Bond Arms has found success with an economical interpretation of an existing design. The Roughneck series of derringers are similar in appearance to the well-known Bond Arms Backup models, but are more affordable. For 2022, the Roughneck will be available in a recoil-friendly .380 ACP. The very concealable gun has a barrel length of only 2.5 inches. SRP: $269. Booth #72617

Cabot Guns

A boutique 1911 manufacturer known for memorable handguns, Cabot Guns is adding the new Apocalypse model to its list of exclusive hardware. This 1911 is built as a dedicated self-defense gun. A Damascus finish on the deeply etched steel slide ensures that each Apocalypse pistol has a unique appearance. Buyers can select a Government or Commander size and opt for 9mm or .45 ACP chambering, a standard or threaded barrel, and standard- or suppressor-height sights. Cabot has engineered a low-set optics mount that allows for a solid optics mount that accommodates a lower-third co-witness with the standard sights. There is a 12- to 18-month waiting period for this made-to-order firearm. Every Cabot Gun carries a sub-1.5-inch group at 25 yards accuracy guarantee. SRP: starts at $7,495. Booth #41807

CZ-USA

Competition-specialized pistol line extensions are on trend, and CZ-USA is no exception with the P-10 F, the latest addition to the popular P-10 striker-fired handgun series. The P-10 F is made for fast, flat shooting, with a long slide that has numerous lightening cuts. Apex Tactical components are featured heavily throughout the P-10 F, and CZ adopted its extended magazine catch, extended slide stop, and back-slide cover to the new model. The trigger is sourced from HB Industries. Gold-tone accents are found on the barrel, trigger and magazine base. SRP: $999. Booth #12654

Heckler & Koch

A new Heckler & Koch MP5 .22LR pistol clone is chambered in .22 LR. It has a blowback-style action fed by a 10- or 25-round magazine. The barrel is 8.5 inches long. In essence, it’s a fully functional submachine pistol, like the MP5/SP5 with a buttcap. SRP: $479. Booth #12227

Mossberg

The Mossberg MC2sc, a subcompact version of the MC2, follows the popular trend of robust capacity (11+1 or 14+1) for concealment-friendly, polymer-frame, striker-fired guns. The slide is stainless steel with a black DLC finish, and the barrel is 3.4 inches long. The three-dot sight system is snag-free but ready for co-witness with compatible optics. Optional equipment includes Truglo tritium sights and a crossbolt safety. Ten-round magazine packages are also offered. SRP: $556. Booth #12832

Rock River Arms

Though the Rock River Arms STK 100 striker-fired 9mm uses the same 17-round mag as a Glock 17, it’s the only aluminum-frame striker pistol on the market. Like many other recent releases, this one has a long slide over a 4.5-inch barrel and is marketed as a competition gun. It has a black anodized finish, and the low bore axis, fairly straight grip angle, integral beavertail and large lightening cuts of the STK 100 make for a flat-shooting platform. SRP: $599. Booth #75102

SAR USA

The American subsidiary of longtime Turkish weapons manufacturer Sarsilmaz, SAR USA, is releasing the SAR9 Compact. As the name implies, this is a compact version of the company’s popular full-size SAR9 pistol, chambered in 9mm Luger. The striker-fired, polymer-frame gun ships with 15-round magazines (10-round mags are offered for restrictive jurisdictions). Three choices of interchangeable backstrap/side panels are included. Components include a hammer-forged barrel with recessed crown and a black oxide slide. There is also a stainless-steel slide option. The SAR9 design has a low bore axis for recoil minimization. SRP: $452, black; $484, stainless. Booth #12838

SCCY Firearms

The SCCY Firearms DVG-1 is a striker-fired pistol chambered in 9mm Luger. It utilizes the Roebuck Quadlock Barrel System and has 10+1 capacity, all in a sub-compact footprint made for everyday carry. Additional features include forward slide serrations for ease of manipulation, a flat 5.5-pound trigger with minimal pre/post travel, a common sight cut, and an enhanced grip texture. SRP: $299.99; $399.99, with red-dot sight. Booth #70813

Springfield Armory

Springfield Armory has one of the season’s biggest surprises. The SA-35 is a new, more modern interpretation of John Browning’s acclaimed Hi Power design. This version retains the iconic wood-and-steel appearance of the original, but capacity is now more robust, at 15 rounds of 9mm. It boasts a factory-tuned trigger, a reconfigured hammer that’s less likely to “bite,” modern sights, an extended slide safety, and beveled magazine well. The gun also has checkered walnut grips for a classic appearance. SRP: $699.

Also new are optics-ready variants of the subcompact XD-S Mod.2. With “OSP” added to the name, the new models are chambered in 9mm and .45 ACP. A pre-milled slide accommodates a Crimson Trace micro red-dot sight. Both have the grip safety and ambidextrous magazine release featured on other guns in the XD Mod.2 line. The .45 ACP model has a 3.3-inch barrel; the 9mm has a 4-inch barrel. Two magazines are included: one flush-fit and one extended. Capacity is 7+1, 9+1 for the 9mm. In .45 ACP, the mags hold five or six rounds. SRP: $425-550, depending on chambering and optic option. Booth #70443

Smith & Wesson

Smith & Wesson is adding a 10mm model to its M&P M2.0 line. Features include a new flat-face trigger design as well as an optics cut slide with the C.O.R.E. system that enables users to mount a variety of popular optics. The 10mm will be available with or without an ambidextrous manual thumb safety, four interchangeable palm-swell grip inserts, and enhanced grip texture to help manage recoil.
Smith & Wesson will also offer a shorter 4-inch configuration to allow for quicker clearance of a holster and a slightly longer 4.6-inch configuration to provide for a longer sight radius. The handgun has a 15+1 capacity and ships with two magazines. SRP: $654-$665.

Also new for 2022, the CSX Metal Micro 9mm features 12+1 capacity. A hammer-fired design with a 3.1-inch barrel and an overall length of 6.1 inches, the CSX also has a flat-faced trigger with an integrated safety that provides a smooth, crisp single-action trigger squeeze. The new Shield Plus 30 Super Carry and the Shield EZ 30 Super Carry take advantage of Federal’s new 30 Super Carry ammo. With the new 30 Super Carry round, both platforms gain an additional two rounds of capacity while maintaining the same performance of the 9mm. Booth #12427

Taurus USA

Taurus‘ most popular personal-defense revolver, the 856, will now be chambered for the .327 Federal. The .327 Federal Magnum is one of the “dark horse” cartridges in the personal defense world. Based on a lengthened .32 H&R Magnum cartridge case, the .327 Federal Magnum exceeds the performance of its parent cartridge with velocity pushing toward the .357 Magnum range without the heavy perceived recoil pulse.

The new Taurus 327 is a double-action/single-action, two-inch-barrel firearm that is multi-cartridge compatible, able to accept .32 H&R Magnum and .32 S&W Long cartridges. The matte-black carbon-steel or stainless-steel barrel, cylinder and frame are backed by a recoil-absorbing, comfortable rubber grip that provides excellent retention in a compact handgun platform. The Taurus 327’s front, serrated ramp sight and no-snag rear sight channel provide quick and clear target acquisition supported by consistent accuracy. SRP: $371.05, black; $388.32, stainless. Booth #13038

See more content like this in the 2022 SHOT Show Day 1 SHOT Daily

Check out some of the hottest products from the 2022 SHOT Show

FAQs

What red dot sight do the Navy Seals use?

Navy Seals have been known to use the Aimpoint Comp M2 and the M4 EOTech 553 Holographic sight. In particular, Aimpoint has a very long track record of working with militaries across the world and has some of the most delicate optic machinery in the world ? it’s no wonder the Navy Seals prefer Aimpoint.

(Get More Info)

Which is the best red dot?

The 5 Best Red Dot Sight

  • Aimpoint PRO Red Dot Reflex Sight: Best Overall Red Dot.
  • Trijicon MRO: Best Reflex Sight for AR15.
  • Bushnell Trophy TRS-25: Best Red Dot under $100.
  • Vortex Venom: Best Red Dot Sight for the Money.
  • Sig Sauer Romeo5: Best Budget Red Dot.

(Get More Info)

Does Holosun make a micro red dot?

Holosun has released the latest in its lineup of premium micro red dot optics, the HE508T-RD. Holosun has released the latest in its lineup of premium micro red dot optics, the HE508T-RD. The HE508T is a pistol-sized optic protected by a CNC machined titanium housing

(Get More Info)

What is the lightest red dot sight?

The Aimpoint Micro H-1 is among the lightest red dot sights on the market and still tough enough to carry the Aimpoint name.

(Get More Info)

Best Red Dot Sights of 2022 – Field & Stream

Best Red Dot Sights of 2022 Updated Jun 27, 2022 12:59 PM Red dot sights are everywhere these days. Newer shooters might not even remember a time when they weren’t a readily available accessory for rifles, pistols, and shotguns. The truth is that red dot sights aren’t even 50 years old. It all goes back to 1974 when Aimpoint introduced the first one to the market. Over the next few decades, the concept really caught on and is now booming. If you’re in the market for any kind of red dot sight, there’s never been a better time to buy than right now. The market is bursting at the seams and prices keep coming down. Just be sure to do your homework first, though, because, with so many options out there, it can get confusing and overwhelming if you don’t. Here is a summary of the best red dots sights out now. Best Overall: Aimpoint PROBest Value: Sig Sauer ROMEO5Best for Pistol: Springfield Armory HEX DragonflyBest for Rifles: Vortex AMG UH-1 Gen IIBest Solar Powered: Holosun HS510C Things to Consider Before Buying a Red Dot Sight If you decide that your next gun-related purchase is going to be a red dot sight, then here are some of the things you should think about before you make your final choice: Battery All red dot sights have batteries in them, but the battery life and even battery type can vary widely depending on the specific make and model. You’ll want to look at how long the average battery life will be, what kind of battery it uses, how expensive they are to replace, and how easy it is to replace the battery. The best red dot sights will have battery life that can be measured in years, not days. Some even feature solar panels to keep them charged. Size and Weight Bigger isn’t always better, especially when you’re talking about red dot sights on concealed carry handguns. In that instance, you’ll want something with as small of a footprint as possible. Similarly, you’ll want to pay attention to how much the sight weighs, as those ounces can add up quickly even on a larger rifle setup. Still, the best red dot sights only weigh a fraction of what a traditional scope does. Price The most expensive option isn’t always the right option. Once you narrow down your choices, compare their features and see which one is giving you the best bang for your buck. You may have to make some sacrifices here and there, but at the end of the day, you want to make sure that the red dot sight you select is worth the amount of money you spend on it. You’ll need more than just a red dot to hit the range, though. Check out our roundups of the best hearing and eye protection. Take it all with you using the top range bags. And find a safe place to shoot thanks to this handy locator from the National Shooting Sports Foundation. Best Overall: Aimpoint PRO Best Overall Why It Made…

Start Reading Now

Customer reviews: Ade Advanced Optics 2023 Edition RD3 …

Amazon.com Enter the characters you see below Sorry, we just need to make sure you’re not a robot. For best results, please make sure your browser is accepting cookies. Type the characters you see in this image: Try different image Conditions of Use Privacy Policy © 1996-2014, Amazon.com, Inc. or its affiliates

See the difference you make


>3:40Bushnell presented some brand new never before seen micro red dot pistol sights. Check out this video to see the RXU and RXC pistol red dots …YouTube · GunSpot · Jan 18, 2022Missing: 2023 ‎| Must include: 2023

2022 New Optics Guide: Red-Dot Sights – Shooting Illustrated

Age Verification – NRA California recently rushed through legislation making it unlawful to communicate to those under 18 about broad categories of firearms, parts, and accessories. This includes not only information about their purchase and use, but also the promotion of firearm safety and training. This law also restricts communications that promote an organization such as ours. As a result, the NRA is forced to restrict the sending of certain materials and information into California. This restriction is made under protest, but we have to do this to comply with California’s infringement on the freedoms of speech and association of the NRA and our members, supporters, and the general public. Once this unconstitutional law is struck down or repealed, this restriction will be removed.

Don’t delay. Read now.

ADE 2023 RD3-028 ARES PRO Motion Awake Red Dot Sight …

ADE 2023 RD3-028 ARES PRO Motion Awake Red Dot Sight with with Weather Shield for Optics Ready Pistol Slide/Cut that is compatible with Doctor Footprint ADE is releasing the 2023 PRO SERIES for ADE RD3 series that fits a varieties of popular optic footprint on the market. The additional features that the PRO series includes are Multi Reticle Technology(select models),  Motion Awake System and are a new cosmetic redesign by ADE in Oregon City, Oregon. ADE RD3-028 Ares Pro is equipped with the Motion Activated System. While the Ares Pro is turned on, the red dot illumination goes to sleep after five minutes of inactivity, but when any motion or vibration is detected, it instantly switches on illumination at the previous brightness setting. Users also have the option to manually turn the red dot power off to disable the Motion Activated System. ADE RD3-028 Ares Pro is designed with a removeable Weather Shield that protects the sight from moisture and provides a clearer sight picture during inclement weather. Once installed the weather shield will protect from rain or snow and will stay attached even when mounted on a handgun. Promotes rapid target acquisition while providing a precise point of aim; getting shots down range and on target fast. Side Battery Load System, no need to Remove the sight to change the Battery. The overall length is longer, and it only fits on the optic plate that sits above the slide, typically the plates replacing the rear sight. It does not sit into the optic cut. 1.84″ length x1.30″ width x1.15″ height. Shockproof, Fogproof. 3.5MOA red dot. Fully windage and elevation adjustable and lockable; Unlimited Eye Relief. Multi Illumination Settings. Powered by a lithium CR2032 Comes with a removeable picatinny plate, lens cloth, instruction, tool, battery. —————————- ADE RD3-006B, RD3-009, RD3-012, RD3-013 and RD3-028 fit optic cut/plate that is compatible with Vortex Venom/Burris Fastfire/Doctor footprint ADE RD3-018 Spike, RD3-021 Nuwa and RD3-030 Apollo fit optic cut/optic plate that is compatible with shield RMS/RMSC/Deltapoint Pro footprint ADE RD3-019 Stingray RD3-020 Raptor, RD3-023 Valkyrie and RD3-029 Trumpet fit optic cut/optic plate/ that is compatible with Trijicon RMR/SRO/Holosun 407C/507C footprint ————————————- Ade Advanced Optics first made its appearance in the firearms accessory industry by doing private label production for several Major manufacturers and retailers. During this period, Ade Advanced Optics began receiving requests from numerous customers for access to the affordable, high quality products that Ade Advanced Optics was capable of producing. By soliciting feedback from both clients and end users in 2010, Ade Advanced Optics was able to overcome the challenges a new company often faces when entering a global market and industry, especially one as competitive as the shooting, hunting, and outdoors industry.

Get the text you want

ADE 2023 Zantitium (RD3-015-PRO ) PRO Series Motion …

ADE 2023 Zantitium (RD3-015-PRO ) PRO Series Motion Activated Red Dot Sight with Multi Reticle System for Optics Ready Pistol Slide/Cut that is compatible with Doctor Footprint ADE is releasing the 2023 PRO SERIES for ADE RD3-015(2016-present) Zantitium red dot called Zantitium PRO(D3-015PRO). The additional features that the PRO series includes are Motion Activated System, IP67 Waterproof, and Multi Reticle Technology. The ADE Zantitium PRO(D3-015PRO) has Motion Activated System. While Zantitium PRO is turned on, the red dot illumination goes to sleep after five minutes of inactivity, but when any motion or vibration is detected, it instantly switches on illumination at the previous brightness setting. User also has a option to manually turn the red dot power off to disable the Motion Activated System.  The ADE Zantitium Red dot sight is the biggest handgun sight on the market! Actual size is. 2.25″ Length x 1.4″ Width x 1.27″ Height. It gives up to twice bigger window than other micro red dot. Keep in mind with the bigger than others size, please keep in mind when installed on micro-compact handgun will look bulky. The size of the red dot is about 30% longer than other red dots, the window is also bigger. Therefore, it will NOT fit some Optics Ready handgun model that has a optic cut in front of the rear sight(will keep the rear sight to co-witness the red dot), such as Glock Mos, Springfield OSP. The longer length of this red dot does not sit in the pre-cut. It only fits the mounting plate that is made to REPLACE the rear sight and set on the top of the slide(not in the pre-cut). The reticle can be switched between a 32 MOA circle with 2 MOA dot, a 2 MOA dot only, or a 32 MOA ring only at the push of a button. Better yet, the same LED projects both reticles, so no re-zeroing is necessary. Operates with a single CR1632 battery. Press and Hold the DOWN switch for 3 seconds to manually turn on/off the power. Press and Hold the UP switch for 3 seconds to change reticle. Quick press Up/Down switches to adjust brightness.  Top load System, no need to Remove the sight to change the Battery. Comes with Red dot, tool, removeable picatinny plate with two screws, cover, lens cloth and instruction manual. Fits pistol optic plate to replace the rear sight (DOES NOT FIT OPTICS READY PISTOL WITH CUT) that is compatible with Doctor/Vortex Venom/Burris Fastfire footprint. Does NOT fit RMR, Shield RMS type footprints plate.

Read More

New Handguns On the Way in 2022 – NSSF SHOT Show 2023

New Handguns On the Way in 2022 The unprecedented demand for firearms over the past two years has strained manufacturing capacity. Nevertheless, in 2022 retailers will see new models. If there’s a term that can describe the industry’s focus in the past year, it’s “supply chain issues.” These range from the availability and cost of raw materials and parts to building sufficient firearms to maintain inventory at the retail level. That’s one reason retailers saw so few new products released in 2021. It’s difficult to stop or reduce production of core products to begin production of a new firearm when demand is so high for existing products. But in 2022, retailers will begin to see more new models hit the market. Many of these will be line extensions, but there are a few surprises that should whet the appetite of your customers. Here are some of the highlights. American Tactical When introduced in 2020, the American Tactical FXH-45 Moxie boasted a patented polymer frame with two metal inserts for added stability and durability. It also featured a 4140 steel slide with a Parkerized finish. The frame was built to have an ergonomic feel with built-in finger grooves. For 2022, this model will be joined by the new, slightly smaller FXH Moxie 1911 Commander in .45 ACP. The polymer frame has black polymer grips, and the slide is phosphate finished. Comes with one eight-round magazine and front and rear sights. Barrel length is 4.25 inches and weight is 1.2 pounds without the magazine. Available in black or FDE. SRP: $459.95. Booth #72405 Bond Arms A leader in the derringer space, Bond Arms has found success with an economical interpretation of an existing design. The Roughneck series of derringers are similar in appearance to the well-known Bond Arms Backup models, but are more affordable. For 2022, the Roughneck will be available in a recoil-friendly .380 ACP. The very concealable gun has a barrel length of only 2.5 inches. SRP: $269. Booth #72617 Cabot Guns A boutique 1911 manufacturer known for memorable handguns, Cabot Guns is adding the new Apocalypse model to its list of exclusive hardware. This 1911 is built as a dedicated self-defense gun. A Damascus finish on the deeply etched steel slide ensures that each Apocalypse pistol has a unique appearance. Buyers can select a Government or Commander size and opt for 9mm or .45 ACP chambering, a standard or threaded barrel, and standard- or suppressor-height sights. Cabot has engineered a low-set optics mount that allows for a solid optics mount that accommodates a lower-third co-witness with the standard sights. There is a 12- to 18-month waiting period for this made-to-order firearm. Every Cabot Gun carries a sub-1.5-inch group at 25 yards accuracy guarantee. SRP: starts at $7,495. Booth #41807 CZ-USA Competition-specialized pistol line extensions are on trend, and CZ-USA is no exception with the P-10 F, the latest addition to the popular P-10 striker-fired handgun series. The P-10 F is made for fast, flat shooting, with a long slide that has numerous lightening cuts. Apex Tactical components are featured heavily throughout the P-10 F, and CZ adopted its extended magazine catch, extended slide stop, and back-slide cover to the new model. The trigger is sourced from HB Industries. Gold-tone accents are found on the barrel, trigger and magazine base. SRP: $999. Booth #12654 Heckler & Koch A new Heckler & Koch MP5 .22LR pistol clone is chambered in .22 LR. It has a blowback-style action fed by a 10- or 25-round magazine. The barrel is 8.5 inches long. In essence, it’s a fully functional submachine pistol, like the MP5/SP5 with a buttcap. SRP: $479. Booth #12227 Mossberg The Mossberg MC2sc, a subcompact version of the MC2, follows the popular trend of robust capacity (11+1 or 14+1) for concealment-friendly, polymer-frame, striker-fired guns. The slide is stainless steel with a black DLC finish, and the barrel is 3.4 inches long. The three-dot sight system is snag-free but…

Show Me More

Red Dot Sight Guide: Best optics for pistols (and how to use …

Red Dot Sight Guide: Best optics for pistols (and how to use them)Sightline Media Group, LLC writes about products and services to help our readers navigate when shopping online. Sightline Media Group, LLC may receive a share of revenue from our affiliate partners if you purchase products or contract services through our links.Red dot sights for pistols are becoming widely accepted and one of the hottest topics in the industry.Experts once called them a gaming toy never to be used on the street or for duty, but those days are long gone. Considered all but mandatory on rifles these days, it’s a far cry from “iron sights rule.”Irons are great, you should learn on and practice with them, but denying yourself the ability to better aim and get hits on a threat or target is kind of ridiculous.It was only a matter of time before pistols would see the same progression.As Mini Red Dot Sights get smaller, stronger and easier to see, shooters are starting to recognize the advantages. Just like rifles it’s easier to aim and get hits in a number of conditions. Optics-ready pistols are becoming the norm rather than the exception, with new models regularly coming to the market.It begs the question, are they for me, and if so which one?Let’s bust a myth or two and provide some honest direction.Red dot tip: Pistol optics are tough as a hammerOver 40 years of shooting I have had front and rear sights fall off, dots come out and every conceivable level of pistol fail from fantastic plastic to works of machining art.It’s mechanical, failure is inevitable and indestructible is a marketing ploy not reality. Red dot sights are no exception, and just like their rifle predecessors, they failed a bunch to start and have improved considerably.Perfect? Nope.But getting close, and sights exist to fit most needs. Not everyone needs an RDS that can be dropped from a helicopter, run over by a tank then submersed at 33 feet for an hour without losing zero.Some do, or at least think so. Avoid getting sucked into the idea your equipment is not usable unless you can smack it with a sledge hammer and keep on trucking.Red dot tip: Pistol optics (generally) make you faster It’s pretty simple, accuracy and speed at close range are about position, natural point of aim, stability and a good trigger press. It’s not the dot, blade or glow stick on the front. Any difference will be negligible inside seven yards, maybe even 10 yards.The better you were before the RDS the less the difference.The fastest shooters on planet Earth use red dot sights, have for years, but few did so to hit an ISPC target faster at 10 yards. Many are faster without sights than us mere mortals with them.But move things out farther and that all changes almost without regard to your skill level.Fist sized groups on a six inch steel at 50 yards is the norm for me using an RDS. At 25 yards from a supported position they are clustered together. Even from offhand it’s not hard to stay inside that fists distance at 25 yards.Even hitting a silhouette at 100 yards is possible without much difficulty. If you can hold the dot reasonably steady you can get hits and it’s a ton easier to do it with an RDS than a front sight, especially as you age.And that is another advantage. The older you get the harder it is for most to focus on that front sight or even see it. Picking up that red dot is a ton easier. Add movement and it gets even better.Hold the dot on target and press, no need to “align” a rear sight. Using solid basics, recoil and muzzle control and proper training you will be more accurate, faster, and have better repeat shots using a dot in most every situation.Red dot tip: Don’t chase the dot The “trick” to using a pistol red dot is simple — don’t chase the dot.If you are an experienced shooter do what you’ve always done,…

Read The Full Story