What is a Vortex Viper red dot?

What is a Vortex Viper red dot?

The Viper Red Dot Sight has a super low-profile making it perfect for handguns with cut-out slides. The Viper’s low height allows it to co-witness with iron sights and the 6 MOA dot is easy to pick up and get you on target fast. Power and illumination controls are easy for shooters to access and adjust.

Are vortex red dots good?

They made a good product for a good price, and they supported it exceptionally well from the start. Most common of electronic sights are the “red dots,” and if you visit the Vortex web page and click on the “Red Dots” tab, you’ll see a good assortment of them.

Does vortex make a micro red dot?

Take your handguns to the next level with the ultra-fast target acquisition and co-witnessing ability of the Vortex® Viper® Micro Red Dot Sight. Low profile design is perfect for handguns with cut-out slides.

Does vortex red dot have Shake Awake?

Unfortunately, the Vortex Venom doesn’t have the Shake Awake feature. What battery does a Vortex Venom red dot take? The Vortex Venom is powered by a CR1632 battery. This battery can last between 150-30,000 hours depending on the brightness setting.

What is the difference between Vortex Viper and Venom red dot?

venom is 3 moa, so the red dot is smaller than the 6 moa viper. viper is better for pistol, red dot easier to see, especially in daylight, so target acquisition should be faster. (if you need take your time surgical shots on a piece of paper, the 3moa venom is better, covers less of the target).

How long does Vortex Viper battery last?

150 hours
Offers the simplicity and speed advantage of a red dot, while co-witnessing with suppressor-height iron sights. Battery Life: Up to 150 hours on highest setting. Up to 30,000 hours on lower settings.

Are vortex scopes good?

Vortex scopes consistently hold their value as they’ve proven to be rugged, reliable, and accurate machines – as you will see in our Vortex optics reviews. Whether it’s entry-level quality, a premium, HD scope, or something in between, you can expect you’re getting the absolute best in your price range.

What Vortex binoculars does Steven Rinella use?

The Vortex Razor HD 10×42.