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Old 05-18-2020, 02:40 PM   #1
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Old 05-18-2020, 05:20 PM   #2
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What are you planning to use it on??

Maybe you already know this:
An optic that sits on top of a rifle or 22 pistol barrel or picatinny rail doesn't have to endure the extremely high G-Force (as much as 5000 G's) of an optic mounted on a reciprocating semi-auto pistol slide.
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Old 05-18-2020, 05:37 PM   #3
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I put one on a tactical shotgun a few years back. It held zero just fine. The glass isn't great. You will see some distortion. But for the price...maybe it's good enough. Battery life isn't very good by more modern RDS standards. I dont consider the TruGlo rugged enough or high enough optical quality for competing or the demands of a zombie apocalypse. But if you dont want to spend a lot of money on a red dot and it's not going to get knocked around too much, it's cheap and will get the job done.
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Looking at it for the sig 365xl
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You may find that RDS far too big for mounting on a P365XL. It's meant to be mounted on a rifle or carbine rail. I'm not even sure you can make it fit/find suitable mounting hardware. Save your money and get a Sig Zero or Shield RDS

That seller lists an awful lot of junk optics. Airsoft/mall ninja stuff. Amazon sells the same garbage. Avoid. There's a reason why certain optics are 1/3 the cost of others.
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Thanks for ur input
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You would be better off with iron sights, junk optics never help and always hinder performance.
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Two problems with it:

1. It's too big to mount on a 365XL.
2. I wouldn't hold up if you could get it to fit.
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