Over the last few years, shooters have learned the benefits of red dot and reflex sights, particularly on pistols. These types of optics provide fast target acquisition and increased accuracy in situations. Additionally, they come in a variety of sizes for use on different firearms, such as the Styrka S3 Red Dot Sight.
These reflex sights comes in two configurations — a 3 MOA and a 6 MOA. However, both feature the same dimensions, which are quite compact. They also feature a double-lens optical system. Also, the company specifically indexed the optical coatings to match the wavelength of the red dot. These features practically eliminates parallax, reducing point-of-aim errors.
The 1X magnification provides unlimited eye relief. They also feature 1 MOA adjustments and 10 brightness levels. These features make the unit easy to sight, as well as adjust for any conditions. Additionally, the unit turns itself off after one hour of inactivity to reduce battery drain. However, it automatically returns to the last brightness setting when needed.
Styrka constructs the units from 6061-T6 aircraft grade aluminum alloy for durability and strength. They also come with a riser mount for to raise the sight for AR-15 style rifles. Even better, the units are shockproof to withstand both recoil and impact, and they are water resistant. This means they will work in bad weather, but can’t be submerged.
The Styrka S3 Red Dot Sight comes with the “Styrka Pride” warranty, which replaces damaged or malfunctioning units for free. Additionally, Styrka will pay for shooters to ship their sights back for cleaning and tuning once a year.
Styrka S3 Red Dot Sight
- Magnification: 1X
- Objective Lens: 24.5 x 17.5mm
- Dot Size: 3 MOA; 6 MOA
- Dot Color: Red
- Eye Relief: Unlimited
- Adjustment: 1 MOA
- Parallax: 50 yards
- Battery: CR2032
- Weight: 2.3 ozs.
- Dimensions: 2 x 1.2 x 1.6″
- MSRP: $289.95
For more information about the Styrka S3 Red Dot Sight, please visit styrkastrong.com.
A Nashville security guard confronted an alleged shoplifter, who pulled a razor and started...
by Personal Defense World / Mar 15, 2019