First Impressions: Riton 3 TACTIX EED Reflex Sight

Sick of cleaning gunk off your red-dot? So is Riton!

posted on October 12, 2023
Riton Eed

Reflex sights--also called red-dot sights--are a huge boon to shooters, especially those of us who struggle with age-related vision problems. There's really only one thing about them that's sort of a pain, and that is the fact that red-dot optics are essentially magnets for dust and particulates. Riton Optics' solution: Its first-ever enclosed emitter red dot, the 3 TACTIX EED.

The enclosed emitter design provides a robust shield against dust, moisture and impacts, ensuring consistent and reliable performance, even in the most challenging and adverse environments. This 1x magnifier boasts fully multi-coated lenses for full wide-band spectra and protection against water. The reticle is a 3 MOA dot, with a 90-MOA adjustment range.

Designed to meet the demands of professionals and enthusiasts alike, the 3 TACTIX EED sets a new standard for performance and durability in the ever-changing world of red dots. With unlimited eye relief and low-light enhancement, it comes with a Glock MOS plate with screws and an RMSc plate so you can install it on just about any platform. It also comes with an Allen key for Glock MOS screws, 2032 battery, red dot tool for windage and elevation adjustments and a lens cloth.

As with every electronic, non-variable power optic, the 3 TACTIX EED is backed by a Two-year Warranty and the Riton Promise.

"Riton is committed to providing shooters with the highest quality optics at an affordable price, and the 3 TACTIX EED is a testament to that commitment," said Jerimiah Alexander, Director of Product Development. "With how often red dots are evolving, we felt it was important for our brand to offer our customers this option." MSRP $349.99;


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