A number of years ago, I reviewed a modern sporting rifle made by Battle Rifle Company. It was one of…Read More >
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The SAINT is the first AR-15 to wear the Springfield name. That fact should not be lost on anyone looking to purchase their next long gun. That SAINT is billed as entry, and by today’s standards the price point may not be inline with that moniker. However, older shooters such as myself that are able to discern quality at a fair price will appreciate the SAINT. As a Springfield fan the SAINT will take its place beside my 1903 Springfield and the modern 1911 Operator, but there is more to the puzzle than the name.
Red dot sights are not only increasingly popular, they have made strides in affordability, reliability, and accuracy. The cheap red dot sights are useful for plinking and getting the feel for a red dot optic. The mid level—over $200, but far less than $1,000—is useful for 3-gun competition and home defense. The Lucid M7 fits solidly in this category.
The L7 achieves a crystal clear true 1x to 6x performance driven optic. Using the proven glass-etched P7 reticle, this optic is ideally suited for the AR platform for use in short- to medium-range applications with most any caliber. The L7 is packed with features for optimum performance with edge-to-edge sharp, crisp image resolution through the entire magnification range.