Best Optics For Glock MOS – Reviews and Guides w/FAQs

Who doesn’t love some Glocks in their life? I feel like almost every security enforcers and most self-defense licensed arms holder owns at least one Glock in their arsenal. The Glock MOS is a modular optic system that makes it easier to mount sights on top of your Glock.

If you have MOS installed and now looking for the best optic for Glock MOS, you have come to the right place.

In this article, we will discuss about Glock sights and we will try to help you understand why we choose each sights. Without further ado, let’s jump straight into it.


Best Glock MOS Optics – [Editor’s Choice]


1. Leupold DeltaPoint Pro Reflex Sight

The best looking red dot sight award goes to, wait a minute! We are not here to rank sights based on their looks. Jokes aside, this is one of the best looking red dot sight you ever seen. From design to the texture on the actual product, it looks awesome.

The sight is made out of aluminum and it’s a reflex sight. Meaning you get unlimited eye relief and you can shoot through the sight from any angle you could want to. There is no physical defects on the sight as the anodization is on point.

The lens of the sight is fully multi-coated as well. What makes the lens even better is the technology Leupold includes in their sights. Its’ called twilight light management system. In this sight, they call it the Leupold twilight red dot management system. What it does is, it makes the red dot brighter in low-light condition and makes it perform way better than any red dot in this price-range has to offer.

Pairing this with a Glock MOS is quite easy. It takes the sight quite well. The synergy is there and the performance boost is noticeable.

Does this sight come with mounting plate?

It doesn’t. Depending on what gun you are pairing this with, buy a plate.

Where is this made in?

It’s made in the USA.

Can you change the battery?

Yes, you can. There is a battery compartment on top of the sight. You can change the battery without removing the sight from the gun.


2. HOLOSUN HE509T 2 MOA Red Dot Sight

HE509T looks like a holographic sight, we are well aware of that. But this sight comes with a 2MOA red dot reticle. Instead of going for traditional aluminum to make the sight. Holosun used something different on this sight.

Don’t worry, it’s still not polymer. But it’s made out of titanium. A lightweight, premium and durable material that you don’t often see in a sight because of how crazy expensive the material is. Holosun managed to make a sight that doesn’t cots 600$ and still offer titanium rugged construction. The sight is not even that old. The 2MOA red dot reticle is illuminated.

You can see the reticle clearly in low-lighting condition as well. The best part about this illumination is, you got 2 adjustable level for night time as well. Almost all Holosun sight packs this feature and we can’t recommend this feature enough.

It’s a lifesaver for folks that are using the sight on a small gun like Glock MOS. You can use this sight as canted sight on rifle as well. That’s totally doable. And you get the idea what it could in the night with a rifle.

Without a doubt, Holosun HE509T is one of the best optic for Glock MOS. One of the best red dot sight in general.

Does it come with mounting plate?

It comes with an RMR adapter inside the box.

What kind of battery do you need for this sight?

CR1642. One battery is included in the box.

What is the battery life of Holosun HE509T?

Expected battery life is around 50k hours.


3. Vortex Optics Venom Red Dot Sight

If you are looking for a killer red dot sight to pair with your Glock MOS and not willing to spend over 300$, Vortex Venom red dot sight should be in the top of your priority list. This red dot sight from Vortex is extremely tiny and lightweight. The performance of this sight is not tiny however.

The build quality of this sight is quite nice. It’s a really well-built sight with tons of features offering to hunters and tactical shooters alike. With the MOS added in your Glock, you can easily install it and take full advantage of better vision with high-precision reticle.

The lens of the sight is also coated multiple times to make it useable in bright daylight and low-light condition. You can easily hunt or target practice during the evening as well. The reticle is large and bright enough to use during the night as well. But it won’t be as good as a night vision riflescope of course.

Where is this sight made in?

Philippines.

Does this come with a mounting rail?

The sight by default will mount to picatinny rail.

What kind of battery do you need?

A CR1632.


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4. Burris FastFire III Red Dot Sight

FastFire 3 is the 3rd generation sight from FastFire lineup. It has improved on a lot of things over the past iteration and made the sight even better. The sight is durable, rugged, and solid made

The sight has a construction that you can use to break something. Ha-ha! Don’t actually do that. But it is a pretty strong sight. It can withstand any kind of military environment tortures with ease. The lens of the sight is pretty durable and bright as well. Fully multi-coating makes the lens perform way better than it is.

You won’t have any issues using this sight for all sort of activities that you want to do with your Glock MOS. Glock’s fire rate is exceptionally high for a handgun. When you are buying a sight for Glock MOS, you need to make sure the sight can keep up with that fire rate and recoil.

Luckily for you, this sight is more than capable of handling a Glock. In fact, if you want to upgrade to a rifle down the line, you can use this sight on that rifle as well. As Burris provides a decent amount of warranty, you don’t need to worry about that much.

Where is this sight made in?

It’s made in Philippines.

Does this come with a mounting plate for Glock?

It does.

What kind of battery do you need for this?

CR1632.


5. Sig Sauer SOR52001 Romeo5 Red Dot Sight

Romeo 5 is a 1x20mm reflex sight by none other than Sig Sauer. Sig is an American brand importing parts from China and assembling them in their factory in USA.

The sights from Sig Sauer are very well made. Romeo 5 is constructed from aircraft-grade aluminum. It’s lightweight and durable at the same time. Matte black finish with rugged texture looks excellent on this sight as well.

The lens of the sight is made out of glass and it’s coated to the brim. Coating makes the sight brighter than usual with increased color accuracy. The reflex sight is parallax free and you get unlimited eye relief as well. You don’t need much more with a Glock.

Romeo 5 is the perfect pairing with your Glock MOS and I can guarantee it, you will be super happy with the purchase of a Romeo 5. Romeo and Glock was meant to be together.

Where is this sight made in?

It’s made in USA, parts imported from China.

Do Sig Sauer provide warranty?

They do provide limited lifetime warranty.


Things To Keep in Mind Before Buying

Glock isn’t like our traditional pistols. It’s very picky about sights and often sight fails due to how a Glock operates. Finding the best sight for Glock can be a handy task. Don’t worry, you can make it quite easier if you follow a couple of steps.

Weight

Glock is a lightweight gun. The weight is fairly balanced. However, you don’t want the gun to be heavy towards the back. It will make you miss shots due to the recoil balance. If you don’t want that to happen, make sure to take a sight that is lightweight in general.

Overall Quality

This includes both build quality and lens quality. Make sure to take a durable sight with good lens. Good lens goes a long way. Just like you are picky about what lenses to pickup for your glasses, be picky about what lenses the sight has to offer. That will help you choose the best one for you with ease.

Warranty

Optics are small items. We don’t want to visit to the doctor everyday to get fixed something. But having an insurance sure comes in handy. Just like that, having a warranty will come in super clutch as well.


Summary

This became longer than I anticipated. But hey! We discussed about some sights, you took a sip of your coffee, win-win scenario in my books.

Jokes aside, I hope you found the sight you have been looking for. And if you are on the pinch of deciding a sight, I hope this was able to help you pull the trigger on that sight. That’s all for now, will be back with more for you guys soon. C’ya.

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