Low light sighting recomendations

Discussion in 'Centerfire Pistols & Revolvers' started by kchamp, Jul 23, 2011.

  1. kchamp

    kchamp New Member

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    I have a six inch barrelled S&W 686 that I want to use as hog medicine while I am rambling about my hunting area. My question is, what would be best for lowlight hunting situations? A red dot setup, or maybe one of the holosite type sights, such as the Burris? Any one had any experience with these setups? Or would just a scope be best?
  2. carver

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    I have used the Red Dot sights, and they work well in low light, not so well in bright sun light. They are quick, once you turn them on!
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