[SHOT 2020] New Pistol & Rifle Optics from Holosun

    (Matthew Moss/TFB)

    I swung by Holosun’s Industry Range Day and SHOT Show Floor booths to take a look at and try out their newest products. Much of their pistol red dot optic line has undergone small revamps and the flagship products are their new HE509 and HE508 V2. Most of their revamped models now have a convenient side accessible battery tray.

    Holosun’s various pistol red dots at SHOT Industry Range Day (Matthew Moss/TFB)

    Some of the new products include the 407C V2 (with Elite Red and Green Dot versions now available and the HS407K which has an integral milled rear sight with an MSRP of $258.41) which is ideal for compact pistols, the small 507K Micro Red Dot with a 50,000 hour battery and shake awake technology (with an MSRP of $289.99 and expected to ship April 2020).

    Holosun’s 508T (Matthew Moss/TFB)

    The larger 507C V2 with a 2MOA dot, powered by a CR2032 battery and of course a solar cell, the 508T V2 with its 2 MOA dot and 32 MOA ring (available at $470.58 for the green reticle and $435.28 for the red reticle model.) The 509T Micro Red Dot which offers red or green reticle colours, multiple reticles, Holosun’s shake awake technology and a side mounted battery system – MSRP is $506.00.

    Holosun’s pistol optics at their SHOT Show Booth (Matthew Moss/TFB)

    They also have the new HM3X and HM3XT 3X magnifiers new for 2020 too, the HM3XT has a Titanium body and an MSRP of $388 while the HM3X comes in at an MSRP of $235.28. The new HM3XT is just 3.2 in long and weighs in at 11.6oz, with a IP67 certified waterproof, grade 5 Titanium housing.

    Holosun’s  503 and new 3x magnifier (Matthew Moss/TFB)

    Holosun’s new HM3X magnifier with 510 reflex sight (Matthew Moss/TFB)

    Find out more about Holosun’s new and newly revamped range of sights, here.

    Matthew Moss

    Matthew Moss – Assistant Editor.

    Matt is a British historian specialising in small arms development and military history. He has written for a variety of publications in both the US and UK he also runs www.historicalfirearms.info, a blog that explores the history, development and use of firearms. Matt is also co-founder of www.armourersbench.com, a new video series on historically significant small arms.

    Reach Matt at: [email protected]


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