Trinity Force Tactical Red Dot Sight Scope & Mount fits Picatinny Rails VERACERegular price $87.99 Save $-87.99
Trinity Force VERACE Tactical Red Dot Scope Sight w/ Mounts fits Picatinny Rails
The Verace is a military-grade compact reflex sight that features a side battery housing, low profile windage & elevation adjusting turrets, and a red dot that utilizes new state-of-the-art LED technology allowing 50,000 hours of operation on a single battery. The motion-sensing red dot automatically turns on when it is moved with an auto-shut off feature¬ when left static for long periods of time. The Picatinny MIL-STD 1913 mount allows the unit to be installed on various firearms such as rifles, shotguns, pistols, air rifles, and crossbows.
Made by Trinity Force Color: Matte Black
Manufacturer: Part# VR35C
Magnification: 1x ( This Non-Magnified tactical sight is designed for fast instinctive aiming and can be used with both eyes open )
Finish: Matte Black
Magnification: 1 x
Objective Lens Diameter: 35 mm
Illumination Type: LED
Illumination Color: Red
Brightness Settings: 12
Eye Relief: Unlimited
Adjustment Type: MOA
Adjustment Click Value: 0.5 MOA
Field of View, Linear: 75 ft at 100 yds
Lens Material: Glass
Attachment/Mount Type: Picatinny
Battery Type: AAA
Battery Life: 50000 hours
Weather Resistance: Yes
Length: 4.72 in
Weight: 10.75 oz
Additional Features: 50,000 Hour Battery Life, Auto On with movement, auto shut off after 4 hours
What is a Red Dot Optic?
A red dot sight is an optic designed to be used at close to moderate ranges. It is a very simple optic that uses a simple reticle to do a simple job. If you can't tell by the name, these optics use a red dot as the reticle.
Well sometimes the dot can be green, but those are still known as red dots just for simplicity's sake. Because of how simple and straightforward a red dot is, it's one of the best tools for training new shooters.
Red dot optics are 1x optics and do not feature a built-in magnification. This is why we don't call them scopes, but red dots, or optics, or red dot optics.
Invented in the mid-70s red dots have come a long way in the past 40+ years and have especially seen major advancements in battery life, clarity, and quality in the past 10 years.
Like all technology, they've shrunk in size and gotten to the point where they range from full-sized rifle optics to optics small enough for duty handguns.
How Do They Work?
A simple optic should work simply, right? Well, there is little technological magic to it. Red dots use the same principle as an old magician's trick known as Pepper's Ghost. The idea is simple you utilize plates of glass and light.
A red dot has a spherical mirror that reflects the light emitted from an LED of its axis focus. That spherical reflector has a special coating that only reflects red light. This prevents other light from disrupting your reticle.
To break it down simply an LED shines a beam of light onto a specially coated, slightly angled piece of glass. That glass reflects the light from an LED onto it, creating your reticle.
This allows you to see your reticle and see through your optic, but someone on the other side of the optic cannot see your reticle.
The size of a red dot is measured in MOA, and that size is controlled by an aperture hole in front of the led.
Typically bigger dots are quicker to see and get on target, smaller dots are better for shooting at moderate distances. At longer ranges, the dot covers less of the target and makes seeing and hitting your target significantly easier.
Non-Domestic Product: No
Modified Item: No
Custom Bundle: No
Brand: Trinity Force
Reticle Color: Red