That's funny, my TruGlo and A1 Optics seem best in low light or darkness. It seems the lower settings work better in low light.c1skout said:I've had a cheap red-dot on my Huntsman for 3 seasons now. It works fine... but it is not good in low light. Early in the morning and late in the day the dot seems to create glare inside the sight making it difficult to use. I could probably gain shooting time with open sights. I would think with a better red-dot this wouldn't be an issue.
Sure it will work, and it will likely work really well. One thing and its a BIG ONE, if you in colder climates, take Otony's advice!! Cold kills these little batteries, esp if you have them on all day while hunting!!!Otony said:I have used red dots on several rifles and handguns. Zero problems, just great results. But make sure you have a spare FRESH battery.
OH, and please make sure electronic red dot type sights are legal for deer hunting in your state. it isn't legal everywhere from my understanding.
I have four different AIM-POINT dots.. None will last that long when subjected to cold weather and constant on scenarios.[email protected] said:If you can spend the coin, Aimpoint brand has models that can last for 10,000 hour or so.