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Crimson Trace Rad Micro 3 MOA Red Dot Sight, Black - 01-01800
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Crimson Trace Rad Micro 3 MOA Red Dot Sight, Black - 01-01800

SKU 51655120433
Brand Crimson Trace
Model Number 01-01800
UPC 850013143825
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Product Details


Manufacturer: Crimson Trace
Product Line: Rad Micro
Magnification: 1x
Reticle: 3 MOA Dot
Material: 7075 Aluminum
Power Source: 1632 Battery
Runtime: 20,000 Hours
Finish: Black


The CT RAD Micro (Rapid Aiming Dot) Electronic Sight is an ultra-compact Open Reflex Sight for compact and subcompact pistols. Featuring a red 3 MOA aiming dot, the CT RAD Micro has a recessed and fully multi-coated lens with a large quick acquisition window. The CT RAD Micro comes with the CT RADIANT Ambient Light Sensor that automatically adjusts the aiming dot's brightness to the surrounding lighting condition. The Micro is easily installed on an optics cut slide using the CT micro footprint that is also compatible with the Shield RMS and JPoint footprints.

The Micro has a rear sight notch cut into the back to line up with your front iron sight. Made of 7075 Series Aerospace Aluminum, it is 30% stronger than most industry standard sights made with 6061 Series Aluminum. The entire CT RAD family has an Innovative top strap design that deflects force if the sight is dropped. Crimson Trace engineers developed a better way to reduce stress on the lens of reflex sights. By combining out-of-the-box thinking with next-level physics, Crimson Trace designed a system that both re-enforces your optic and reduces stress if it happens to get dropped.


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