Galil ace is a series of assault rifles originated in Israel by IWI. It is also known as IWI Galil Ace. Galil Ace was first issued in 2008. Till then, its still active and often seen in action. This is an assault rifle suitable for security related task. Thus, people opting for optics for this instead of scope.
Sure, you can put up a scope on top of it, but it’s not necessary nor it will provide good synergy. To find the optimal synergy between your gun and sight, this is my humble attempt at helping you.
That’s correct. Today, we are going to find out the best optic for Galil Ace. And what makes that optic the best. As well as how to find the right optic for you. Sounds like fun, right? Let’s get started.
Best Galil Ace Optics [Editor’s Choice]
1. Trijicon SRO Adjustable LED 2.5 MOA Red Dot
Trijicon SRO follows the same footprint as Trijicon RMR. Another hugely popular red dot sight suggested for many pistol and rifles. We have the SRO today for you guys. It’s a very durable optic suitable for rifles such as Galil Ace.
It’s made out of high-quality aluminum. The same sort of aluminum you see in high-end riflescopes and all sorts of accessories. Thanks to that, this scope is shockproof. It is also immune to water and completely submergible. Even with the battery installed, rain won’t be able to break the optic. The lens here is fog proof as well. Thanks to that, you can use your Galil Ace with an SRO anywhere anytime.
As you can see from pictures and video reviews, the optic features a single piece multi-coated glass lens. The lens is clear and vibrant. Field of view is one of the strongest suit of this optic. It offers a wide field of view with unlimited eye relief. A dream combo to use with an assault rifle.
Just like the RMR, SRO posses an incredible price to performance value. It’s quite hard to beat this optic in its own turf. Undoubtably, it’s one of the best optics for Galil Ace you could buy even today.
Where is this made in?
It’s made in the USA.
What kind of battery does it use?
What is the maximum brightness of this optic?
8 level of brightness is present on this sight.
2. Aimpoint Micro T-2 Red Dot Reflex Sight
Aimpoint Micro T2 red dot sight is highly praised by private security firms and the military themselves. It’s one of the best tactical reflex sights available on the market. That’s the reason why we picked Micro T2 as our choice.
It’s a very good optic with incredibly durable housing. The housing is submergible up to 80 feet. Aluminum housing is extremely rugged as well. Moisture can’t leak inside the sight either, making it completely fog proof. As the base of the sight and the sight itself is made out of metal, the sight is also shock proof.
The lens setup here are fully multi-coated. As expected from Aimpoint. The lenses are incredibly bright and vivid. Color accuracy is excellent as well. It’s a fixed 1x magnification optic with bright red reticle. The weight of this optic makes it a great choice for Ace. It weighs at mere 130g!
What kind of battery does this sight use?
Is it compatible with NVD?
Yes, it’s compatible with NVD.
Does it come with mounting base?
It does come with picatinny mounting base.
3. Meprolight M21 Day/Night Reflex Sight
Mepro M21 is a complete kit that comes with almost everything you could hope to get with a red dot sight and more. That’s right, Mepro wasn’t messing around when it came down to the packaging. As the name suggests, this optic can work from day to night.
Now, that’s an impressive feat. It’s a self-illuminated red dot sight in a durable metal housing. The housing of the sight is durable and made to withstand war like environment. A great part of the M21 is the no battery function.
That’s right, you can illuminate the sight without any batteries. It’s a self-illuminating battle hungry reflex optic. M21 utilizes both tritium and fiber optic to illuminate the reticle of the scope. Tritium is a self-lighting material. Combined with fiber optic, you don’t need any battery to use this sight on different lighting conditions.
The performance and versatility are the reasons why we choose this for Galil Ace. In fact, if you were to buy this right now and don’t bother reading the rest of the article, I wouldn’t even be mad. It’s simply that good.
Where is this optic made in?
It’s made in Israel.
What color are the fiber optic and tritium?
Will this fit on a pistol?
No, it’s too heavy for a pistol. It’s made for assault rifles.
Things To Keep in Mind Before Buying
It’s not that hard. Just keep a couple of things in mind while buying and you should be fine.
Durability will play a big role on how long your sight lasts in your disposal. If your sight is made out of cheap and vulnerable material, then it won’t be a good option for Galil Ace.
Red dot sights often can be fragile item and suffer from severe QC issues. It’s always good idea to take the sight from a reputable brand that provides a good warranty service. This way, you don’t need to worry about your sight for a long time.
Unlike riflescopes, sights tends to feature less complicated lens system. That’s why, it’s easy to make a great quality lens on a red dot sight. Plastic lenses will have bad vision clarity and they can get scratched easily. Stick to glass lenses.
Galil Ace series of rifle is awesome and we don’t need to repeat that again. If you own one of these beauty, you absolutely should grab a sight that we mentioned on the list. All of them are good in their own regards.
Hopefully, this review was helpful and made the decision of choosing an optic for Galil Ace was solved. Depending on how much you are willing to spend, grab one of the sights from the list and have a great time.
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