Hello and welcome to another Optics Trade Debates video. Today, we prepared another debate on Holosun red dot sights, with a particular focus on the HS402 model family within their bigger Infiniti series.
These general characteristics are the quick-release mount with the locking function, practical flip-up covers on both ends of the device and wired turrets that eliminate the risk of losing them. They are mostly used in tactical and dynamical IPSC shooting, on AR platforms. As the number ‘400’ in the name indicates, the HS402 model family only comes with the standard 2 MOA red dot, so without the circle dot option.
The red dot sights are powered with a CR2032 battery inside the battery tray. The control buttons for illumination intensity adjustment are placed on top of the device. Both models offer 12 illumination intensity levels to choose from, 2 of which are NVD compatible.
Holosun red dots sights are known for their Shake Awake™ function and the Infiniti HS402 models are no exception. When left powered on, the device will go from 'active mode' to 'sleep mode' after a while to prevent unnecessary battery drain. Once moved, it will power back on immediately.
Now, let’s talk the differences between the two models. The HS402D is the classic model with the battery tray on the right side of the device.
The HS402C includes a solar panel on top of the device, which means that the device can operate without the battery - provided that sufficient light source is available. Because of this panel, the control buttons are placed on the right side of the device.
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