Released for 2021, the Spitfire HD Gen II is the latest iteration of the Vortex line of rifle and carbine powered optics. It offers powered magnification, and Vortex’s classic ranged donut reticle for distance shooting that gives the user a broad range of application.
Amid its line of red dot optics, the Crossfire by Vortex brings together a micro-dot design with a skeletonized riser to deliver a robust no-frills optic in a compact, lightweight package. Scoring […]
Introduced in 2016, the SPARC AR from Vortex is built as a mid-rage, performance red dot optic. Scoring 20 out of 25 points possible, the SPARC AR did well for its rugged […]
As a mid-level red dot optic, the Viper provides all the advantages of a quality co-witness reflex optic for pistols, with a robust housing at an affordable price. Scoring 21 of 25 […]
Sig has been refining its emergent optic line since it first debuted them in 2016. As I discussed in my initial post on the Romeo 5, the little-optic-that-could has all the characteristics […]
Released in 2014, the Strikefire II represents one of several red dot reflex sights currently in the Vortex Optic lineup, and an evolution over its predecessor in terms of battery life and […]
Introduced at SHOT in 2017, the UH-1 Razor is Vortex’s premier reflex optic and first model using holographic sight technology. Its robust build and overall design play a fitting tribute to its […]
I recently had the opportunity to buy a Sig Romeo 5 as a potential Red Dot Sight (RDS) to add into my rotation. But I wanted to see if the optic was […]