Designed for machine guns, heavy-recoiling calibers, and really rough use in general, the new Heavy Recoil Optic offers a large field of view and a sealed, extra rugged red dot housing.
“Street price” will be around $400. The glass looked great and it’s always nice to have an optic that will stand up to truly heavy use. Crimson Trace told me about some of the torture testing they were doing on the HRO and it was pretty intense. The ammo cost alone would have bankrupted me many times over.
The new CT RIG is an angled forward grip for M-LOK and Picatinny rails with a brightness-adjustable, 500 lumen max flashlight up front.
On/off and brightness adjustment buttons are located in intuitive spots.
Each RIG comes with two batteries so you can always have a fully-charged one in the RIG.
Nice. I have a RIG en route for testing and we’ll follow up with a full review in the near future.