22 LR pistol red dot

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Speed shooting big steel plates—6moa
Target shooting small target bullseyes—2-3moa, any bigger the dot hides a small target, the greater the distance, the more negative the bigger dot is.
 

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I disagree. I like a fairly big dot. I don't care if it covers the 10 ring in the target as long as it doesn't cover the entire "aiming black" area.

I think both of the red dots are use on my .22 rimfire guns are approximately 6 MOA (minute of angle) and I wouldn't want that much smaller than that.

I can always turn the intensity of the brightness down when I need to, but when I want a bright dot I want it both big and bright.
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Speed shooting big steel plates—6moa
Target shooting small target bullseyes—2-3moa, any bigger the dot hides a small target, the greater the distance, the more negative the bigger dot is.
I would think that for personal everyday carry on a 9mm that a 6moa would make for quick on target accusation. I am looking for the ideal carry RMR for my C2
 
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