Red Dot Sights For Turkey Guns: Tasco Optima 2000 Vs. C-More
We think Tascos tiny optic device works better in the field.
Will turkey hunters ever accept anything except a golden bead on the front of their shotguns? After all, hunters dont need a lot of precision to point a shotgun at the base of a birds neck, making sure the pattern centers the vital neck and head areas. But what if a hunter could see a brighter aiming point in dim light, on a dark-feathered bird? Would that be an advantage?
Gun Tests decided to find out when we took two popular shotguns, the Beretta 1200FP semiauto and Mossbergs 590 pump-action, and mounted red-dot sights on their receivers. The Mossberg received a C-More red dot, while the Beretta was topped with a low-profile Optima 2000 from Tasco, $279.99. The C-More had a 12-moa do...