Does Sightmark make Firefield?

The Sightmark product line was established in 2007, while the Firefield product line was launched in 2009, to offer the shooters a more budget-friendly alternative to fulfill their needs.

Whats the difference between a red dot and a reflex sight?

A true red dot sight is a reflex sight enclosed in a tube. They offer a brighter reticle than open sights and open reflex sights provide a wider field of view and unlimited eye relief. Open sights are better for faster target acquisition and are more comfortable for aiming with both eyes open.

What does a red dot scope do?

WHAT IS A RED DOT SIGHT AND HOW DOES IT WORK? The red dot sight technology invented by Aimpoint allows a shooter to do what comes naturally — keep both eyes open while focusing on a target. When a shooter is target focused and brings their sight into view the brain notices the red dot through the lens of the sight.

Are Firefield scopes any good?

This is a very nice scope for the money. Looks good and the optics seem to be of good quality. Mounted easily on a riser on a flattop AR-15. I zeroed the scope at 100 yards and could easily put 5 shots within a 2″ diameter circle and that’s with cheap Wolf ammo, so I’m pretty happy with the scope.

Is Sightmark and Firefield the same company?

Sellmark OOD is based in Sofia, Bulgaria and is the official manufacturer of Sightmark, Firefield and KJI for Europe, Africa and Middle East with the vision of being the number one leading brands for key product categories for shooting, hunting and outdoor products.

What is the best MOA for a red dot sight?

6 MOA. For close and fast-moving targets where the shooter might only get a split second to line up a shot, the 6 MOA dot is the optimal choice. The dot is big, bright, and easy to find encouraging fast target acquisition every time.

Is holographic sight better than red dot?

Many holographic sights have a 500-hour battery life compared to 50,000 hours that many red dot sights offer. It’s also the better option for anyone who wants to add further magnification since holographic sights have a one-MOA reticle that doesn’t get larger when it’s magnified.

How far is a red dot scope Good For?

Typically, if you use a red dot sight without any magnification, you can easily aim at a target as far as 100 yards away, if not more.

Who owns Firefield?

Wes Vanderwal – Owner – Firefield Landscape | LinkedIn.

What red dot sight does the military use?

Aimpoint® Comp
The Aimpoint® Comp series of sights are soldier-tested, combat-proven, and widely touted by professional users as the highest quality red dot optic available. For over 20 years, the U.S. Armed Forces has chosen the Comp series as the M68CCO Close Combat Optic.

What kind of sight is a red dot?

Reflex Sights: Are the most common type of red dot sight and is what most people are thinking of when they think of a red dot. These sights operate using a series of mirrors where the dot or reticle is projected forward onto a lens and is reflected back by a mirror, making the dot visible.

Do you need a magnifier for a red dot scope?

Most red dot scopes come standard as 1x, meaning they don’t offer magnification. This can be changed or augmented however with a second piece called a magnifier. A magnifier is a separate piece of equipment that sits in front of the optic or directly behind the optic and offers magnification for your 1x optics.

What kind of sights do you get in firefield?

Whether it’s combat simulation, home defense or nighttime hunting, Firefield offers everything needed to achieve VICTORY . Laser Sights: Nothing says quick target acquisition like Firefield Laser Sights.

What kind of riflescope do you use in firefield?

Firefield expands your field of fire with the 2.5-10×40 Riflescope – your next precision instrument designed for high-stakes marksmanship under extreme conditions. Whether you’re storming through an enemy’s urban jungle, stalking prey through the backwoods or training at the range, the 2.5-10x40mm Riflescope is the answer to your call of duty.