Burris FastFire RD

BURRIS FastFire RD & FastFire RT-1

Burris FastFire RD
Burris FastFire RD

Burris offer reflex sights that will mount to your favourite handgun, shotgun and hunting or tactical rifle. Both optics sport parallax-free glass for maximum accuracy and new lens coating technology to maintain red dot visibility without colour distortion. An automatic brightness sensor adjusts both models to match environmental conditions. Battery life can last up to five years thanks to the automatic time-out feature and increased design efficiency. Conveniently located on top, battery access is quick and easy when needed, allowing you to change the battery while still on the firearm. The two models available are as follows.
The new FastFire RD (Rifle Dot) is designed with the rifle shooter in mind, featuring a crisp 2 MOA red dot reticle enclosed in a low-profile waterproof housing for an almost completely undistracted sight window in all weather conditions. Seven levels of brightness adjustability provide a reliable aiming point, from the brightest conditions to

Burris FastFire RD - Side View
Burris FastFire RD – Side View

the darkest, with two low level night vision compatible settings. The built-in mounting bracket is compatible with weaver-style and picatinny rails.
The RT Series was designed for competition and tactical shooting without breaking the bank. To accompany the existing RT riflescope line, Burris is offering two new sights. RT-1 is a true 1x magnification for fast target acquisition and both eyes open shooting. It comes with a high and low base mount so you can customize the fit to your specific firearm and cheek weld.
RRP- Fastfire RD 2MOA$409.00. RT-1 Red Dot 2MOA$619.00. Ask to see them at your local gun shop or for further information visit www.berettaaustralia.com.au




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Tony Pizzata

Tony's hunting career spans more than 50 years, from small game here in Australia through to big-game hunts around the globe. His first article was published in Sporting Shooter magazine almost 40 years, and he has worked full-time here as National Sales Manager and Field Editor for over 35 years. Tony's contribution to Sporting Shooter's solid foundations spans its printed history as well as its move to a digital future.


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