There is only one crucial difference between the two Tube models and it lies in the formation of the reticle.
With the Holosun Tube HS406 model, the customer can only use the standard, 2 MOA dot. That means about 6 centimetres of coverage on 100 meters.
The customer can easily make a switch between the standard 2 MOA reticle and the circle dot (that is, a 2 MOA dot with the 65 MOA circle around it.
However, that might change in the near future because Holosun is known to constantly update its sales catalogue and adding new model variants.
Making a choice among the plethora of Holosun red dot models is made easier once you realize that all models with the number ‘400’ in their name only offer the standard 2 MOA dot, while those with the ‘500’ designation all feature the multi-reticle setting.
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