Over the last few years, there has been an influx of closed-emitter red dots since the release of the Aimpoint ARCO. Many optics manufacturers from all over the industry have tried their version of the closed emitter with various successes. The Trijicon RMR is the standard for red dots and mounting. Strike Industries is proud to announce RMR to Arco Plate Adapter.
FN America continues to expand their popular 509 lineup with the FN 509 Compact MRD that is optic ready. This compact variant comes a 3.7-inch barrel and a compact slide. The compact 509 is available in black and FDE at $799.
Early this week Bushnell announced a VIP purchasing program for active duty military and veterans. The discount will be on all of Bushnell products such as optics, red dots, spotting scopes, range finders, and etc.
About a month ago at a SliencerCo media event, SliencerCo unveiled new products in their pipeline. One of those new products was the non-NFA Maxim 9. The non-NFA Maxim 9 has been quietly in development for some time now and we are finally getting a chance to see it.
The industry event Triggrcon took place last weekend in Bellevue, Washington. I was unable to attend the event. I did keep my eyes open on social media to get the latest on what is going on within the industry at Triggrcon. Listed below are my Top 5 products from Triggrcon 2019.