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Bushnell AR TRS-32 optic review by AJ:
This is a good scope for the money. I have not experienced any problems with this scope and I am still on the original battery (I just remember to turn it to 0 every time I’m done using it). I purchased this red dot at Amazon.com for $119 several months ago and I’ve been very happy with it after approximately 300 rounds down range. The Bushnell AR Optics TRS-32 Red Dot Riflescope cowitnesses perfectly with my Magpul BUIS, and it has held zero since I sighted it in. The brightness settings give an excellent range, and it provides pretty decent brightness. Is this a super high end red dot? No, but it has been a great budget red dot for me and has done the job I’ve asked of it.
Cost is $111 with 78 customer reviews at Amazon.com with an average star rating of 4.5
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Check out the Bushnell AR Optics TRS-32 Red Dot Riflescope with 30mm Tactical Ring @ Amazon.com
Burris 300208 AR-332 3×32 Prism Sight review by JT:
I originally purchased an EOTech XPS2-2 for my Del-Ton M4. My intentions were to add the EOTech G23 3x magnifier to increase the range of effectiveness. I went to my local Sportsmans Warehouse, which had both the EOTech and Burris on display. While looking through both optics side by side, I noticed the Burris has a crisper sight picture, and the Burris had a larger eye relief (2.5″ vs the EOTechs 1.96″). After reading the other reviews, I decided to sell my EOTech XPS, and replace it with the Burris AR-332. The EOTech XPS/G23 combo would have set me back close to $1000. The Burris has more to offer (red or green reticle, etched black reticle, and a focus) than the EOTech. I know EOTech has a superb reputation, but for a third the price, I’m happier with the Burris 300208 AR-332 3×32 Prism Sight. As far as the quality of the glass, I’ll just have to see how it stands the test of time. My first choice in optics was a Trijicon ACOG, but for $1200+, it just wasn’t anywhere in my nearby future. Sighting in the Burris took me 10 rounds, and after removing it to test it’s “zero”, it did perfect. I would recommend this sight to anyone who can’t afford an ACOG setup.
Price is $297.99 and 192 reviews on Amazon.com with an average of 4.5 stars
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