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FINALLY, A SMART SIGHT THAT WILL MAKE YOU A BETTER SHOOTER
Redring Optical Shotgun Sight Builds Confidence and Increases Target Hit Rate

Redring Shotgun Sight

Hunting with The Redring Shotgun Sight

RedRing

RedRing

DANBURY, CT --(Ammoland.com)- Redring USA LLC, importer and distributor of the truly innovative Redring optical shotgun sight, is bringing a totally new concept of shotgun sights to the American market.

The Redring shotgun sight was developed for use on any shotgun with a rail. The Redring helps beginners and seasoned shooters achieve better aim on the moving target and hit more targets successfully.

Unlike traditional sights sold on the market, the Redring features smart technology that allows the shooter to immediately take fast and instinctive shots with both eyes open. This sight is not for aiming, it’s for fast shotgun shooting. It gives the hunter another reference point to confidently bag the birds with less-to-zero collateral damage to game.

The features and benefits are packed into this compact, easy-to-use, parallax-free shotgun sight. For any shooter, including hunters, the Redring reads the backlight and adjusts the ring intensity to the prevailing light. On a dark background, such as in an early morning or dusk light condition, the ring light is weaker and in a bright background like bright sunlight, the ring light is stronger and more visible.

RedringRedring is also an effective rangefinder. The size of the ring on the target is equal to the shot diameter at 65 feet (20 meters). The shooter receives an instant indication when the target is within shooting range or if it is too far away for a sure shot. The results are more targets hit, more birds taken and less ammo wasted.

The low profile Redring mounts quickly and easily on the rib of the gun. The sight does not need to be calibrated or sighted-in; it’s ready to go! The Redring comes with recoil absorbing mounts for shotguns with a rib width from 5 to 11.5mm.

Because the anodized aluminum sight is lightweight there is no discernible effect on the weight or balance of the gun. An energy saving, shut-off function automatically shuts down the sight saving the Redring’s power after 4 hours of continuous on. The shut-off function can also be programmed to fit the shooter’s time afield or on the range.

Redring gives shooters instant feedback on the correct sight alignment every time, increasing shooter success for competition, hunting or just plaPatrick Flaniganin fun.

Patrick Flanigan, an 8-time world record holder in Xtreme Sport Shooting, found using the Redring improved his scores instantly. Patrick, a star of numerous television programs such as “Hot Shots,” “Impossible Shots,” and his own program “Shell Shocked,”is an advocate for the shooting sports. Redring, through their sponsorship of Patrick Flanigan, is working with him to promote the sport to new shooters through education and events.

Redring Shotgun Sight

Redring Shotgun Sight

For more information on the advantages to using the Redring on your shotgun, visit www.redringusa.com. Like us on Facebook or check out the YouTube videos on the Redring advantage. For Retailers, Redring offers a variety of profit-making, eye-catching promotional packages. Start making money by emailing Robert Walzer at robert.walzer@redringusa.com to carry the Redring line.

Redring Specifications:

  • Battery: AAAA 1.5V, Approx 300 h life. Automatically shuts off after 4 hrs
  • Weight: 134 g (4.726oz) excl. mounts, 192 g (6.773oz) incl. mounts
  • Length: 134 mm (5.275in), mounts included
  • Width: 44 mm (1.732in)
  • Height: 45.7 mm (1.779in)
  • Material: Anodized aluminum
  • MSRP: $899.00
  • 8 User comments to “Introducing The Redring Shotgun Sight”

    1. Richard Hard on September 15, 2012 at 9:09 AM said:

      $599… Really for a simple non-magnified spotting device. Not buying it even at half that price.

    2. Judy Mueller on September 21, 2012 at 5:05 AM said:

      Awesome product! Lower the price on a few (by a ton) as a temporary promotion, and sell those to people like me who have been shotgunning , mostly 5 stand and pheasant hunting, for many years, but have been plagued by a strong left eye dominence leading to poor and inconsistent performance. I would be great to choose as a promotional user, as i am very experienced with shotguns, shoot clays and birds, PLUS you could provide me one this summer or fall, when Cabelas opens a store here in Anchorage, I heard it will be about as big as the main store in Mitchell, SD! It’s going to be a really big deal. If you like this idea, but see the advantage of circumstance, I will be driving right through Mitchell on October 13. Please think how one device on my gun can spread sales like wildfire after I return from South Dakota! Best wishes, Judy

    3. Todd Rupp on October 6, 2012 at 12:21 PM said:

      Wow! I was so happy I found a sighting devise I was looking for. Has everything I wanted, no special mounting, I can put it on whichever shotgun I was using. Low profile, more than ever thought I would find in the perfect package for me or anyone. I was thinking how envyous my hunting buddies are going to be in a couple of weeks when they get here from 5 different states. How there was no way they could get one in by the end of the week long hunt. I keep reading and found myself reaching for my debit card and smiling the whole time I was reading down the article. Then I saw it. What! Are you kidding me. More than my Ziess for my Browning A Bolt .325. What a bummer. No way could I justify that. It is very cool and I want one badly, however, unless I hit the lottery, I will never buy one with money I have to work for. Back to reality… Don’t mind a guy making money, just not ALL from me.. Good luck with your sales.

    4. Ed Berris on November 1, 2012 at 10:17 PM said:

      What’s wrong with this product? Nothing but the ridiculous price. There’s an old saying in marketing: Do you want slow dimes or fast nickels? If you want to showcase the product, keep the price where it is. Few will buy it but it will impress a handful of folks with money to burn. But, if you really want to see your product in use by thousands then get real about your price. $100 would make this item pop instead of poop. This product simply does not have enough in materials or manufacturing costs to warrant this price. Someone isn’t using their head or simply has no idea how to sell in the US market.

    5. Looks like a great product, very impressed by the ability to mount easily onto any shotgun rib. Turned off by the completely unreasonable price. I was expecting to pay around $100 for it as an illuminated, non magnified reticle similar in construction to a red dot albeit with a different mounting method. Perhaps $200 for the novelty and convenience of this as the first of its kind. However, this price($599+) is just ridiculous.

    6. I saw a video on the web that said it worked very well but it is “pricey.” They should have said it works very well but the price is well out of line. I was thinking $80, $100, $125 – but $599? That’s a significant percentage of a decent gun, but a sight! Without having actually tried the product I would say these people got everything right but the price. Please reconsider and good luck.

    7. Recenly got my hands on the product, well built, neat design. Unfortunately going to wait until someone knocks it of in a realistic price point. Can’t see paying more than docter red dot.

    8. Sloan Stribling on January 31, 2013 at 4:31 PM said:

      I am right handed, but left eye dominant. I would love to have one of these on my Remington 1100 20 gauge, but the price is going to have to come way down before I’ll be buying one. I’ve never paid close to $800.00 for a shotgun, much less a sight!

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