One of Holosuns most popular optics is receiving a facelift in the way of a new green illuminated ACSS Vulcan Reticle. The HS507C-X2 ACSS already comes in a red configuration and has been very popular with all sorts of pistol shooters due to its relatively easy-to-find reticle. Now, Primary Arms is offering the newest configuration of the 507C-X2 which will feature the much asked for green illuminated ACSS Vulcan reticle.
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New Green ACSS Vulcan Reticle for the Holosun 507C-X2
The response to the original Primary Arms ACSS Vulcan reticle in Red illumination, has been nothing short of phenomenal, Those who prefer a green reticle, especially anyone with color-recognition issues toward the red end of the color spectrum, will appreciate this option. The law enforcement community which we continuously interact with, specifically asked for this reticle option and we delivered.
-Terry Mears, Primary Arms Optics’ Director of Product Marketing.
The ACSS Vulcan reticle offers a lot to both new and seasoned red dot shooters via its precise chevron that is combined with a large outer circle which disappears when the optic is aimed correctly and only appears to help the shooter guide the window of the optic to bring the center reticle into view. This novel approach to sight acquisition is something that has helped a lot of shooters learn how to use red dot optics – especially without the aid of backup iron sights.
Along with the announcement of the new reticle, Primary Arms also announced that the new HS507C-X2 with the green reticle will be available to purchase and ship as of the time of writing. The optic with the new reticle will retail from Primary Arms for $349.99 and will carry over all the same features from the red illuminated version sans the red coloring. What are your thoughts on green illuminated dots versus red illuminated dots? Thoughts and comments are welcome down below.