New RDSMicro MOA3 Red Dot from Warner & Swasey


The Warner & Swasey name returns to the world of firearm optics with the RDSMicro MOA3 red dot sight. It features a proprietary 1.54″ mount, as well as integral backup iron sights on top of the optic. The RDSMicro MOA3 is exclusivley sold by Geissele.

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New RDSMicro MOA3 Red Dot from Warner & Swasey
If Warner & Swasey sounds familiar, they produced a scope for the M1903 Springfield which saw use in World War 1.  This optic is not produced by the original company, but Warner & Swasey is a trademark that ties back to Geissele. Though the RDSMicro differs from its namesake scope, it has a certain squareish-ness that ties back to the original.
New RDSMicro MOA3 Red Dot from Warner and Swasey

The retail price is $125, which includes the mount. It operates on a single (standard) 2032 battery for up to 20,000 hours. As the name implies, the RDSMicro MOA3 features a 3-MOA dot reticle. Windage and elevation adjustments are external and have a recessed slot for a flathead screwdriver or any other similarly-sized tool.

The RDSMicro MOA3 is available now and is in stock as of the time of writing.

From the manufacturer:


  • Inactivity auto power off to save battery life
    • 225 seconds (3.75 minutes) of inactivity the red dot will turn off placing it in a low power state
    • Motion sensitive rapid power on
    • Rapid power is activated as soon as the sight is shaken, bumped, or moved
  • Brightness Adjustment Setting memory
    • Settings last used will always be saved even when powered off
  • Fast sharp 3 MOA dot size
  • 10 Levels of Brightness (2 NV, 8 Daytime)
  • Multi-Coated Glass Lens
  • 7075-T6 Aluminum Body
  • Shockproof & Waterproof
  • Battery life of 20,000 hours (over 2 years) constant operation on setting 6
  • Fully Integrated back up Iron sights built into the optic body
  • Fully enclosed housing protects electronic components from all elements

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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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