NEW Burris FastFire C Micro Red Dot Sight

Daniel Y
by Daniel Y

The new Burris FastFire C is an RMSc-footprint red dot designed for concealed carry. It features a 6-MOA dot reticle, powered by a bottom-mounted standard 2032 battery with 25,000 hours of battery life. Let’s take a look at the other features of this red dot.

Burris @ TFB:

Another interesting feature of the FastFire C is the brightness control. It incorporates both an automatic brightness setting as well as manual controls. There are five brightness settings, controlled by a single punch button on the left side of the optic, which also is the power button.

At the rear of the sight are two types of backup sight. Traditional rear sight ears sit at the bottom of the window for a standard sight picture when used with the front sight. A white vertical line also helps center the sight picture.

Burris includes 16 screws in four different sizes for compatibility with a wide range of guns and mounting plates. Sight adjustments are 4 MOA per click. No availability information is available, but the MSRP is $276. Keep an eye out for this new optic in the near future.

From the manufacturer:

Introducing the FastFire™ C, Burris Optics’ latest innovation in red dot optics, designed specifically for sub-compact and micro-compact pistols used in everyday and concealed carry. Weighing less than one ounce, the FastFire C offers durability and reliability, featuring an “Always On” technology with a 25,000-hour run time, powered by a CR2032 battery. Its low profile allows for absolute or 1/3 co-witness with standard open sights, eliminating the need for elevated sights. Equipped with an Intelligent Auto-Bright system and offering manual illumination settings, this compact red dot ensures optimal visibility in any light condition.

All images from Burris.

Daniel Y
Daniel Y

AKA @fromtheguncounter on Instagram. Gun nerd, reloader, attorney, and mediocre hunter. Daniel can still be found on occasion behind the counter at a local gun store. When he is not shooting, he enjoys hiking, camping, and rappelling around Utah.

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