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I have an Aimpoint T1 4MOA and would like to put a cheaper, similar red dot on my .22lr clone. Keeping it under $200, what would you all recommend? Seems like there's lots of good options: Sig Romeo, Vortex Sparc, Primary, what say you?

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I have a Primary Arms 2 MOA red dot on a 10\22. It hasn't given me any trouble, and it hold zero. I can't speak to battery life because I turn it off when it's in the safe. I have no experience with the Sig or Vortex RDS's, but I'd guess they are all solid choices.


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I use Primary Arms micro red dots on all my range toys, and Aimpoints on all my actual defensive firearms.

The Primary Arms optics are a great value, for a plinker.
 
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I have a Romeo 5 (2 MOA I think) that's been flawless. IIRC I paid about $130 for it on sale someplace. [ETA: It was actually $120 from PSA.]

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Primary Arms makes good stuff.


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