The Difference Between Mos Sights and RJ Marks
Both the Costa Cruises and the Optics Ready Stealth 43x MOS sights are geared to provide low-profile, high visibility, easy-to-handle, monocular scopes. Their high quality engineering and state-of-the-art manufacturing techniques result in unmatched clarity and imaging throughout the entire optical system. Both the Costa Cruises and the Optics Ready Stealth 43x MOS scopes feature laser-assisted, precision engineering and top-of-the line materials that create a premium system. Both the Costa Cruises and the Optics Ready Stealth 43x MOS scopes are also compatible with the Cruises EyeVR technology, allowing you to experience a true sense of reality with an enhanced comfort and ease of use. Their individual, purpose-oriented designs are at the heart of where these two systems clearly define themselves from one another. These systems are also compatible with the Cruise Control system and the Cruise Control Pro (CCP).
Both the Costa Cruises and the Optics Ready Stealth series are equipped with fully-redundant, fully-coated lenses that deliver high contrast and resolution for clear and accurate visual applications in any lighting environment, including day or night. The front sight on either system is identical, and both systems can be used to achieve maximum resolution and high quality optics through the use of zero-emitting laser diode (LED) laser technology that delivers much like a monocular sight. This means that these sights can be used in nearly any illumination situation and are much like monocular sights except that they offer much sharper images at much lower power than comparable monocular sights.
Both the Costa Cruises and the Optics Ready Stealth series use red-dot iron sights that are similar to those used on the Defense Optics Nightsighted monoculars. The Optics Ready Stealth series makes use of high-performance fiberglass and fully-coated lenses that deliver superior clarity and image stabilization for greater resolution at high speeds and low temperatures. The front sight on the Cruise Control Pro offers a secondary slow-focus controls that allows users to control the transfer of light to the eye. These controls offer a user-friendly interface that makes it simple to operate. The primary reticle on the Cruise Control series offers a high-definition image as well as a large, easily-read, easy-to-see target area on the screen, making this sight an excellent option for military and hunting precision training exercises, and for general use at the shooting range.
Two other unique features found on the Cruise Control Pro include the ability to lock the front sight in place and the ability to adjust the muzzle velocity during operation. Because most pistol shooters are not always satisfied with their irons, these irons allow users to lock the front sight in place for easy access. In addition, the locking feature provides a means for users to shoot safely without taking their gun away from them. When you're not using your gun, the locking feature will keep the front sight in place until you are ready to use it again. This is an excellent feature for shooters who may experience difficulty, or even frustration, managing their pistols at ranges where they must consistently manage their irons at extremely high velocities.
One other unique feature of the Karmapolice sight series is its interchangeable butt pad. Some sights have removable pads, which makes them much better when it comes to storage and transport. Karmapolice sights come with a removable butt pad that features the same highly-contrastive colors that you find on the sight. This pad also adds a little bit of texture to the gun, meaning that it will not stick to your clothing, making it much better for transporting. Also, the Karmapolice butt pad folds up flat and is easily stored in its carrying case, making it very convenient.
Although it has clear differences from the plain black sights, the MSA Optic Brass butt plate is a very attractive sight as well, and can be used with virtually any rifle. The Ameriglos front sight is a lot like the Karmapolice front sight, being made out of a tough durable black metal. The Ameriglos rear sight has a lip around it that will make cleaning the scope much easier.
Like the Karmapolice sight, the Ameriglos pistol scope offers a large easy to read illuminated front panel with a large red cross. Unlike the Karmapolice, however, the Ameriglos has a rubberized grip on its adjustable knobs for better grip. It also has a folding blade included as a standard item. The sights are designed for use with a pistol that uses a modular system instead of the more common semi-automatic system. This means that you can attach a scope to your pistol after you have had it mounted on your rifle.
Both of these sights have a lot of positives, including the fact that they can be used with just about any rifle, regardless of its bore diameter. They are slightly larger than the older RJ and have a lip on the adjustable knobs for better grip. The ability to easily change the magnification means that you can get a better view of both sides of an object, which is especially useful when you're hunting.