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Old 10-13-2012, 15:43   #70
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Originally Posted by ak103k View Post
I have one AR set up just as you describe, and for the same reasons. It does work well, but to be "perfect", something like Trijicons Accupoints would be the ticket. Scopes lacking night or low/no light capability are at a disadvantage to the red dots.
Some short scopes of glowing reticules. Even without the glowing reticules, they still magnify ambient light. Not to mention you can use infrared laser pointers coupled to a night vision goggle.

Having both, the red dots are still my favorites for all around use. I am thinking about that Trijcon though.
To each his own. I have both red dot and short scope. I prefer short scope.
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