Konus Fission 2.0 Micro Dot

Konus have fixed the problems with the original SightPro Fission. The new version, the Fission 2.0 Micro Dot, can withstand a lot more recoil.

As a follow up to its highly popular SightPro Fission, Konus now introduces the Fission 2.0 Mirco Dot, a red dot with micro body style that can withstand the recoil of much larger firearms at the same price as its predecessor – an affordable $179.99.  The new unit now features a convenient push button that is located on the front side of the dot and does not hinder the shooter’s view.

“We’ve worked hard to create this product with standout features at an incredible value to shooters,” said Mark Shore, Vice President, Sales & Marketing, Konus USA.  “The Fission 2.0 is so robust that holds up to any caliber, is parallax-free with 1x power, and the new push button is a feature shooters will definitely appreciate.  We’ve packaged all of this into one micro sight at a fantastic price.”

Other noteworthy features of the Fission 2.0 include:

  • An integrated mount that has been machined to fit a standard Weaver base, as well as the very popular Picatinny Rail for tactical shooters.
  • The 4 MOA dot offers the flexibility of CQB, as well as hunting and target shooting.
  • A push button control system for all lighting conditions.
  • All Konus Scopes offer a worry-free lifetime warranty – that’s replacement, not repair. The Fission 2.0 is no exception.

Steve Johnson

Founder and Dictator-In-Chief of TFB. A passionate gun owner, a shooting enthusiast and totally tacti-uncool. Favorite first date location: any gun range. Steve can be contacted here.


  • Samuel Suggs

    so its like a doctor but 1/4 the price and with a worse reputation? http://www.docterusa.com/_mgxroot/page_10767.html

    • Suburban

      Actually, it looks very much like the NcStar sight that I had to return, because it was useless in bright sunlight. The NcStar is a Chinese copy of the Doctor Optic.

  • Samuel Suggs

    wait weaver bases are for hunters and mere civlians but picatinny rails are for “tactical shooters” I was unaware of this rule

    • nobody

      Yes, there is actually a slight difference in dimensions and picatinny rails have slightly different dimension standards than weaver rails (for example the grooves on picatinny rails are slightly wider than those on weaver rails) , accessories made for weaver rails will normally fit on picatinny rails but picatinny rail accessories will not fit on weaver rails (I learned this when a friend tried to put picatinny rings on a weaver rail on his rifle).

      • Samuel Suggs

        I was jokeing i was aware that picatinny rails where merely a nato standardiztion of weaver rails. I was referenceing the first bullet point in the posted press release that states that the included mounting base ” has been machined to fit a standard Weaver base, as well as the very popular Picatinny Rail for tactical shooters” inferring that the picitnny rail is exclucivly for tactical shooters

        • flyingburgers

          But I think it’s true. If you look at rails for hunting guns, they tend to be Weaver and not Picatinny. Probably because not having so many grooves is cheaper to machine, looks more low-profile and “smooth” on a hunting gun, and reduces the sharp edges that dig into your hands.

  • erwos

    I don’t understand why people would buy anything but the FastFire3 anymore at that price range. Top-mounted battery, click adjustments, excellent on/off.

    • Cymond

      The Fast Fire 3 costs about $250, but I found a few websites that are selling the Fission 2.0 for about $90 (I have no idea if they’re authentic).

      • Samuel Suggs

        yeah amazon has them for 100$ their dirt cheap thats the whole bit theirs nothing else

        • Chrome Dragon

          At that price range, all you can get are cheap airsoft knockoffs (some of which are actually surprisingly nice) and Millett tube-style red dots. If you don’t like tubes, it’s basically airsoft knockoffs and cheap crap.

          Personally, I’d like the Millett better if it had an integral mount. It’d certainly weigh a little less than the rings, but the real benefit would be being sure you’ve got the adjustments at exactly the right angle.

          • Samuel Suggs

            well yeah Millets are the “go to for value” as it stands personally I would rather take the doctor or luepold at 3 or 4 times the price I dent buy into the whole ill get the good one later upgrade treadmill

          • El Duderino

            You say Millett but they are all actually Ultradot knock-offs. Ultradot and Aimpoint were the pioneers in red dots going back to the 80s. For $185 the Ultradot is the best red dot for the money, yes tube style but unless it’s a pistol or the mount is small that’s the way to go.

          • Chrome Dragon

            Millett and Aimpoint are the two that’ll stand up to the most punishing recoil, however – Milletts are the most popular scopes on .44 Magnum revolvers and things like that for a reason.