Vortex Razor RZR-2003

We found the Razor’s dot easy to pick up and easy to follow in transition. Glass clarity was excellent, and the dot stayed sighted in once we set it. The Vortex could also serve well on some type of long gun, such as a pistol-caliber carbine.

The secret to shooting a handgun correctly has been boiled down to three words — Front Sight, Press. Anyone can line up the sights correctly. Anyone can activate a trigger. But can you line up the sights and then activate the trigger so that the alignment of the sights is not disturbed until the bullet […]
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