Primary Arms New Optics Options— RDS & Scope

| April 23, 2020
Categories: Gear

Primary Arms makes just a bit of everything when it comes to optics. Outside of Trijicon, they make more prisms than anyone else and they still find time to pump out high-quality red dot sights and variable optics. The company continues to roll out new optics one after another and we thought we’d show ya a couple of their newest close and long-range optics.

SLx MD-25

Primary Arms’ newest red dot optic features a 2 MOA red dot reticle, a 25mm tube size, and it weighs a mere 6.5 ounces. The SLx MD-25 is a superbly small red dot with a mounting system that accommodates different height mounts for use over a wide variety of weapons. Like a lot of their products, the price is hard to beat and the quality is absurdly nice for such an affordable optic. The first run is already sold out, but pre-orders on the second run are live and ready.

Primary Arms SLx MD-25 2 MOA red dot reticle.

New GLx Rifle Scopes

PA also introduced two higher-powered variable optics into the GLx line and they are extremely well made. The GLx line has a 4 power magnification range and the new models come in 2.5-10X and 4-16X. They tapped on the always awesome ACSS reticle for the 2.5-10X model and a mil-dot reticle in the 4-16X model.

Both scopes are first focal plane optics and that means the ACSS reticle is correct and ready at all magnification ranges. These new GLX optics are right vision compatible, have exposed turrets, and both optics are surprisingly lightweight. Both models are under 24 ounces.

Both optics are currently available for pre-order and look to be coming in around May.

Primary Arms makes some awesome optics and adding a few new models to the fold is always a welcome addition.

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