New Viridian RFX44 Enclosed Micro Optic -The Firearm Blog

New Viridian RFX44 Enclosed Micro Optic -The Firearm Blog

Viridian Weapon Technologies has a new enclosed-emitter green dot sight. The RFX44 uses the ACRO footprint and features a 5-MOA dot. It is also available with a wide range of mounting options.

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New Viridian RFX44 Enclosed Micro Optic

Viridian claims a battery life of 30,000 hours at the middle brightness setting for the RFX44, powered by a CR1632 battery. It has ten brightness settings, two of which are night vision compatible. It is constructed of 6061 aluminum.

The RFX44 has an automatic shut-off after two minutes and activates with any motion. It also boasts an IPX6 waterproof rating and is backed by Viridian’s limited lifetime warranty. The retail price with an RMR, Glock MOS, or Docter plate is $459. Picatinny risers for an additional $20 for the low mount or $30 for the tall mount. It is available for order now direct from Viridian.

New Viridian RFX44 Enclosed Micro Optic

From the manufacturer:

Viridian Weapon Technologies is proud to announce the launch of its latest innovation, the RFX44 Compact Closed Emitter Green Dot Reflex Sight. Unlike other compact closed emitters, the RFX44 has a huge viewing window while still being compact enough to mount on Shield RMSc footprint firearms. Building on the success of its predecessor the larger RFX45, this one-of-a-kind reflex sight, is set to enhance the shooting experience for enthusiasts and professionals alike. The RFX44 is in stock and shipping today from Viridian.

The RFX44 was engineered to be sleek and streamlined yet highly robust, to speed-up and refine target acquisition and accuracy. This latest addition to the RFX line packs a host of industry-leading features into its compact design.

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