Holosun 507c vs 407c

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Purchasing an RMR sight on a budget can be a daunting task. Tons of options exist, but very few manage to fall consistently under the $ price point. The Holosun HSC is one of the very few that does, and for that reason we picked one up.

In this review, you&#;ll get to see our experience with this RMR cut optic, and learn our thoughts on it. We spent a good amount of time with this thing, and we&#;ve also spent a good amount of time with it&#;s upgraded version the HSC. Let&#;s dive in.

Is It Okay to Save Money on Your Sights?

Holosun HSC Rear Side

Absolutely yes, and absolutely no. Weird answer right? Let me explain.

If you have purchased your handgun or rifle, and are now in the market for an optic, there&#;s some decisions you have to make. Those decisions are based primarily around your answers to a few questions. What is your intent with this weapon? How often are you planning to use it? What does your budget look like? Last but not least, you need to ask yourself if you&#;re okay with purchasing something with less features. Depending on your answers here, you should be able to make a decision.

Tons of brands exist in the optics space. Primary Arms, Trijicon, Holosun, EOTech, and Vortex, just to name a few. All of these companies produce quality optics at varying price points. When it comes time for you to make your purchase, you need to do due diligence yourself. Research each brand you&#;re looking at independently, and determine if their products hold up to the standard you are personally searching for. If a company with a good reputation produces a budget optic, don&#;t be afraid to purchase that down-graded version if it&#;s all you can afford.

Losing a few features to get a sight from a respected brand on your weapon is not something to be frowned upon. However, sacrificing the reliability of your weapon by using something from an unproven or unreliable manufacturer may be detrimental to your overall shooting experience. That detriment could cost you your life depending on your intent and purpose for the firearm.

In short: It is okay to purchase an optic with less features from a respected manufacturer. It is not okay to buy an unproven Chinesium optic off of Amazon for $

Meet the Holosun HSC Reflex Sight.

Holosun HSC Side View

You&#;ve really been eyeballing the HSC, we get it. You either don&#;t have the extra cash right now, or you&#;re looking to shave a little bit off of your current build. Either way is fine. Let&#;s talk about the HSC for a minute, and what you get with it.

Out of the box, this thing comes ready to go. If your handgun is RMR cut, then you can put the HSC on it, the same as the C. Like the C, this thing also features shake-awake technology that turns the sight off when it&#;s not in use, and back on again when you pick it up.

The HSC also boasts , hours of battery life, with a solar fail-safe that can extend that battery-life out to a projected , hours on a lower setting. Realistically speaking however, with constant use of the higher daylight settings you can expect to get about , hours out of your optic&#;s battery. That&#;s a little over two years if you don&#;t like math.

Basically, if you&#;ve been researching the HSC, the only real difference you&#;re going to find between these two optics is that the C has two fewer reticle patterns than the C making it a little bit less versatile. With that small loss in versatility however, you can save a significant amount of money depending on when and where you make the purchase.

Here&#;s the specifics.

Specifications.

  • Battery Type: CR 3V Lithium Coin
  • Brightness: 10 Settings
  • Click Value: 1/2 MOA
  • Finish: Hardcoat Anodized
  • Material: Aluminum &#; T6
  • Operating Temperature: &#; Fahrenheit
  • Included Accessories: Picatinny rail adapter, battery tool
  • Night Vision Compatible: Night Vision Compatible
  • Reticle: 2 MOA Dot
  • Reticle Color: Red
  • Eye Relief: Unlimited
  • Parallax: Parallax Free
  • Size: Mini Reflex
  • Weight: Oz
  • Holosun HSC Range Performance.

    Holosun HSC Range

    Our HSC is on a custom Glock 19 that we built from scratch. If you&#;re interested in checking out that G19, here&#;s a link to see how we built it. Our experience with the HSC from Holosun was much the same as our experience with the HSC that we run on the MP Our custom Glock slide had an RMR cut straight from the Next Level Armament factory in Grand Rapids. This made it very easy to mount the sight, as the RMR mounting process is the exact same as HSC. Depending on if your slide comes with mounting screws or not, you may need to file the screws that come with C down just a small amount to get a tighter fit. We&#;ve heard that sometimes the &#;s screws can sometimes be about 1/16 of an inch too long for some slides. This wasn&#;t the case for us.

    Out on the range, this optic was an absolute monster. I&#;ve said this in the past, and it applies today. I consider myself an above average pistol shooter, but far from an expert. With a solid red dot sight however, I feel like a professional shooter. Using the HSC, my groups immediately tighten and my ability to acquire a target speeds up exponentially. Unfortunately, I was not able to get our actual professional shooter out on the range to shoot this optic. However, our novice shooter had much the same results as myself when using it. Their groups were tighter, and the speed of which they were able to acquire targets was also much faster.

    All in all, our range experience with the Holosun HSC was very positive. It&#;s too easy to recommend this thing to anyone who is looking for a new pistol red dot while on a budget.

    HSC vs the HSC

    Honestly, this is a pretty common question that I&#;ve seen. The HSC comes in right at $, while the HSC is generally around the $ price point. Why is that? Well, to be honest with the C you&#;re getting a few extra features that make the sight more versatile. With the HSC, you&#;re only getting one reticle pattern, and that&#;s a simple red dot. On the C, you&#;re getting an additional two reticles, one with a familiar circle and centered dot, and one one with just the circle.

    You&#;re thinking to yourself right now, how does two extra reticle patterns justify the extra money right now. I thought the same thing myself at first. The short version is this: the C is a more versatile optic. The extra reticle patterns allow the optic to be used on a wider variety of weapons with more effectiveness. While a red dot is great for a lot of weapons, for shotguns, SBRs, and automatic sub-guns, the C is a better choice. For just your pistol alone though, the C is a great choice. It really just depends on how much versatility you need out of the optic.

    You can check out our review of the Holosun HSC at this link.

    Our Verdict on the Holosun HSC.

    HSC Sight Picture

    If you&#;re in the market for a pistol red dot sight, but have found yourself on a tight budget, we can easily recommend this optic to you. It has everything that you need in order to get your EDC pistol up to the 21st century, and even a little bit extra. While it may not have quite as many options as the C in comparison, it&#;s still equally as reliable, and equally as good at elevating your shooting game to the next level. In the opinion of this reviewer, you can purchase the Holosun HSC in confidence.

    That&#;s just my opinion on the HSC though. Let us know down in the comments if you&#;ve ever experienced any serious issues or cause for concern with the RMR, and maybe we&#;ll revisit this review. For now, our HSC is going to live on our EDC firearm for a while. What are your thoughts on purchasing an optic while on a tight budget? Do you wait for sales, do you purchase used optics from places like eBay, or do you trust in some of the older optics from respected companies like Holosun?

    Sours: https://blog.fullcom/holosun-hsc-budget-sight-review/

    Introduction

    Holosun C and C are among the most popular open reflex red dot sights on the market. They are not the lightest red dots around, but the durability and robustness more than make up for it. A while ago, Holosun released the second generation of these models.

    New features

    The first-generation models had small buttons for the illumination adjustment. These were somewhat inconvenient to use, especially when shooting – while looking at the target, the shooter could not locate and press the desired button as quickly as he or she wanted to. On top of that, they were placed horizontally, making it difficult to remember the exact position of the ‘–‘ and ‘+’ button. The second-generation models have much bigger buttons which are easier to locate. Furthermore, they are placed vertically – having the ‘+’ button above the ‘–‘ is much more intuitive and simpler to memorize.

    HSC-RD V2

    HSC-RD V2

    HSC-RD Gen II (left) and Gen I (right)

    HSC-RD Gen II (left) and Gen I (right)

    The old models had the battery compartment on the bottom. The user had to remove the sight from the firearm to access it, not to mention that it had to be re-zeroed once it was put back on. The battery compartment had to be opened with a special tool, and the whole process was kind of clumsy. Holosun improved this by moving the battery compartment to the side. Now, you do not have to remove it from the firearm to change the battery. Re-zeroing is also avoided. Because the compartment has been moved upwards where there is less space, Holosun had to change the battery standard – it is now CR instead of CR

    HSC-RD V2

    HSC-RD V2

    HSC-RD V2

    HSC-RD V2

    HSC-RD Gen II (left) and Gen I (right)

    HSC-RD Gen II (left) and Gen I (right)

    Model range

    For now, there are four models available:

    HEC-GR V2

    HEC-GR V2

    HEC-GR V2

    HEC-GR V2

    Models with ‘4‘ as the first digit feature a 2 MOA dot reticle. Models with ‘5’ as the first digit feature a switchable reticle – the user can toggle between 2 MOA dot, circle dot, and circle only.

    RD means red illumination. GR stands for green illumination.

    C stands for ‘solar cell’.

    HEC-RD V2

    HEC-RD V2

    HEC-RD V2

    HEC-RD V2

    General properties

    Holosun used the same form factor for the second generation. CNC-milled aluminium is used for housing. The devices weigh around 40 grams.

    The solar panel on top is extremely useful as the illumination is powered by solar energy even if the battery dies. You can also use solar mode even while the battery is working to preserve battery life.

    The drain holes prevent water from accumulating in the place between the diode and the lens. Open reflex sights are not meant to be used in rain, but if you are caught in bad weather for some reason, you will not have to flip the sight to get the water out.

    A Trijicon RMR footprint (same as with the first generation) is used for mounting purposes. A fixed Picatinny mount is added in the box. It adds approx. 4 mms of height.

    HSC-RD V2

    HSC-RD V2

    HSC-RD Gen II (left) and Gen I (right)

    HSC-RD Gen II (left) and Gen I (right)

    The elevation and windage adjustment screws can be rotated with an included tool. A click equals 1 MOA, which translates to approx. centimeters at 50 meters.

    If you leave the sight stationary, it goes into sleep mode thanks to the Shake Awake function. When you move it again, the illumination turns back on in an instant.

    All the sights are waterproof with an IPX7 certification.

    HSC-RD V2

    HSC-RD V2

    Conclusion

    To sum up, the second generation has two improvements from the first one. Buttons are larger, placed in a vertical manner, and the battery compartment has beenmoved from the bottom to the side, resulting in the use of a smaller, CR battery compartment.

    The prices range from to €, depending on the model. A great choice if you are looking for a robust open reflex sight.

    HSC-RD V2

    HSC-RD V2

    HEC-GR V2

    HEC-GR V2

    HEC-GR V2

    HEC-GR V2

     

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    HEC-GR V2

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    HSC-RD Gen II (left) and Gen I (right)

    HSC-RD Gen II (left) and Gen I (right)

    HSC-RD Gen II (left) and Gen I (right)

    HSC-RD Gen II (left) and Gen I (right)

    HSC-RD Gen II (left) and Gen I (right)

    HSC-RD Gen II (left) and Gen I (right)

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    Holosun C, C V2

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    Holosun C, C V2

    Description

    Holosun C and C are among the most popular open reflex red dot sights. A while ago, Holosun released the second generation of these models.

    Author

    Andraž Gradišnik

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    Tags:holosun v2holosun v2holosun new reflexholosun pistol red dotholosun reflex v2holosun rifle red dotholosun v2hschsc v2hschsc v2

    Sours: https://optics-info.com/holosuncc-v2/
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    Answered by Ethan C., Gear Expert, from IL, United States, on May 03,

    The C is just a dot reticle, while the C has a dot and circle reticle.

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    Answered by Weekender, member, from OH, United States, on November 18,

    Reticle. The series “only” has a red or green dot 2 minute of angle. The series adds a massive 32 minute of angle circle plex in addition to the 2 MOA dot. With the you can pick 2 MOA dot only, 32 MOA circle plex only, or both.

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    Holosun 507C \u0026 407CO Review - A threat to Trijicon and the doom of Vortex MRDS?
    holosun c vs c

    I’ve said it before, but I’ll say it again… I love Holosun optics…

    They just create super high quality red dots that are packed with features, and they focus on keeping the prices affordable…

    Now two of their most popular options in the ‘mini open-style reflex sight’ category are…

    And in this Holosun c vs c comparison, we’re going to first go over how these two sights are similar (or exactly the same), and then we’re going to get into what makes them very different. 

    In the end, I’ll tell you which of these sights I prefer, and you should have all the information you need to decide which optic will work best for you&#;

    Let’s jump into it!

    Holosun c vs c &#; What Are The Similarities?

    Durability And Toughness…

    Both the Holosun c and the c are very durable red dot sights. First of all, the sight housing on both sights is made from machined T6 aluminum…

    ..and they both have an anodized surface treatment to help protect the optic from the elements. 

    holosun c v2 review

    In addition to that, they are both waterproof in up to 1 meter of water. So you’re not going to have any issues using them in rainy, snowy, or wet conditions.

    Last, both models are tough enough to handle the recoil from shotguns, high-powered rifles, pistol caliber carbines, and of course, pistol slides…

    This is important because an optic mounted on a pistol slide has to be able to take a lot of abuse as the slide moves back and forward on every shot…

    &#;and both the c and c were built for this purpose from the start. All in all, both of the Holosun models are (equally) very tough mini reflex sights.    

    Lens Clarity…

    Both the Holosun c and c have great lens clarity. There is a tiny bit of blueish tint on both model’s lenses…

    &#;but it’s very subtle and much less noticeable than the blue tint you get on the Trijicon RMR. All that being said, both sights give you a very clean and useful sight picture. 

    holosun hsc review

    In addition to that, the sight window on both the c and c is pretty large, especially for a miniature open-style reflex sight. 

    The sight window (on both optics) is larger than a lot of the competitive options out there, and it’s impressive that Holosun still maintains such a durable optic given the large size of the sight window.

    In the end, both the c and the c have great lens clarity and the same large sight window.  

    Battery Life And Brightness…

    Another similarity between the c and c is that they both have outstanding battery life.  Both models are powered by one CR battery and the battery can last between 50, to , hours. 

    Ultra long battery life like this is something I’m always looking for on my red dot sights because you don’t want your optic dying on you at the wrong time&#; 

    &#;and as long as you swap out your battery once a year, you’ll never have to worry about it going out on you when you need it.

    holosun c footprint

    In addition to that, both of these Holosun models include the “Shake Awake” feature.  This basically means that your optic will turn off after a period of non-use and automatically turn on once the sight senses any motion at all.

    This is another great feature because it helps save your battery life (which is already pretty long), and it keeps your optic always ready to go at the same time. 

    Also, the “c” designation on the c and c actually means that these models come with a solar panel on top. 

    So even in the off chance that your battery does stop working, your optic will keep working as long as you have some sunlight to power it up.

    Last, both the c and the c have 10 daylight brightness settings and 2 night vision settings. 

    The daylight brightness settings get very bright and you shouldn’t have any problems with your reticle washing out even on a sunny day…

    And even though most people won’t use the NV settings, some people with NV equipment will, and I think it’s nice that Holosun includes them at no additional cost.     

    Extra Accessories Included With The Optic…

    Both the c and the c come with a detachable low mount for a picatinny rail. This mount is very useful if you intend to mount your optic on a firearm that favors low mounts such as a shotgun or an ak…

    &#;but if you intend to run your Holosun on an AR, you’re going to have to invest in a high mount. Luckily both of these Holosun models use the Trijicon RMR footprint…

    holosun c mount

    &#;and since the RMR footprint is one of the most popular footprints out there, you shouldn’t have a problem easily finding a mount.

    Now, if you intend to use either of these Holosuns as a pistol optic, you won’t be needing a mount…

    &#;and the fact that they both have the RMR footprint means that you shouldn’t have a difficult time getting them mounted on your pistol slide (again, because the RMR footprint is so popular).   

    What Are The Differences Between the Holosun c and c?

    Reticles Options&#;

    Holosun c

    The major difference between the c and the c is the reticle. The reticle on the c is a simple 2 MOA (minute of angle) dot…

    I think a 2 MOA dot is a good choice for this style of optic because it does a good job of balancing speed and precision…

    holosun c reticle

    It’s easy for your eye to pick up a 2 MOA dot quickly, but at the same time, it’s precise enough to allow you to aim easily at small targets or targets off in the distance.

    In addition to that, you can get the c with a red 2 MOA dot reticle or with a green 2 MOA dot reticle. 

    Personally, I prefer red on my sights and optics because I find that it draws in my eye very fast, but there are a lot of people who really like the green dot. 

    Either way, I like that Holosun offers the c in either a red or a green option.  

    Holosun c

    With the c you get 3 reticle choices that you can cycle between…

    • A 2 MOA dot
    • A Circle Dot (2 MOA dot surrounded by a 32 MOA ring)
    • A 32 MOA ring with NO 2 MOA dot

    The 2 MOA dot is exactly the same as you get on the c, and again, I think it’s a good reticle for a red dot sight…

    But the Circle Dot reticle is my favorite reticle on a red dot sight. The reason why I like it so much is because the 32 MOA ring draws your eye in very quickly, but you still have that 2 MOA dot in the center to give you precision. 

    holosun c

    I really like it, and it&#;s a very unique feature in the world of miniature reflex sights. Last, you have the 32 MOA ring with no 2 MOA dot…

    I personally don’t have much of a use for this reticle because I think the Circle Dot Reticle does the same thing but also gives you precision…

    &#;but it’s there if you find it to be a useful option. Last, just like the c, you can get the c with either red reticle options or green reticle options. 

    Reticle Conclusions&#;

    So, when it comes to the reticle, I definitely think the c is superior to the c… With the c you get the same 2 MOA that the c has…

    But you also get the Circle Dot reticle and the 32 MOA ring reticle. Even though the 2 MOA dot reticle is good…

    &#;I think the Circle Dot reticle is better because it’s just a little bit quicker for your eye to pick up, but still just as precise with the 2 MOA dot in the center.  

    Price Differences&#;

    Unfortunately I won’t be able to give exact numbers in this category because the prices of these optics are changing all the time…

    That being said, you can usually find the c for around 60 to 70 bucks less expensive than the c…

    Holosun c vs c &#; Final Thoughts…

    So to sum it all up, both the c and the c are durable mini reflex sights. They both have great lens clarity…

    They both have ultra long battery life. They both have great brightness settings, and they both come with a low mount for a picatinny rail and have the Trijicon RMR footprint.

    The differences are that the c has 3 reticle options for you to cycle through, whereas the c only has the 2 MOA dot…

    In addition to that, the c is around 60 to 70 bucks more expensive than the c.

    So which of these optics do I prefer? I prefer the Holosun c.

    holosun c review

    I prefer the c because it’s exactly the same as the c except it has 2 more reticle options. Like I said earlier, I really like the Circle Dot reticle because it’s very fast and very precise…

    And even though it is more expensive than the c, it’s only by around 60 to 70 bucks (which isn’t too much of a difference in my mind).

    Now if you do want to save a little bit of money, and you’re happy with just a 2 MOA dot reticle (still a great reticle), then feel free to go with the Holosun c because it’s still a great optic…

    holosun c review

    Either way, I hope I was able to show you the major similarities and differences between these 2 awesome reflex sights from Holosun!

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    Sours: https://reddotshooters.com/holosunc-vsc/

    407c holosun 507c vs

    Introduction

    Holosun is a promising, innovative company that manufactures red dot sights and similar products. Since the birth of this brand, the names of their devices have been incredibly confusing, featuring various letters and numbers that indicate the presence of a certain feature. Last year, some red dot sights of theirs were marked with V2. Half a year later, the V2 mark was replaced with X2. With some models, Holosun went straight for the X2 mark. As we still receive many questions on the topic, we have decided to write an article about it.

    It is important to note that the V2 and X2 marks have only been used in the open reflex category of Holosun red dot sights for now.

    K, K series

    These models were introduced at Shot Show and are the smallest open reflex models currently in Holosun’s offer. The first generation had only been in production for a couple of months when it was suddenly replaced with the X2 models (second generation). The differences between the first and the second generation (X2) are:

    • The illumination control buttons are smaller on the X2 and placed horizontally instead of vertically.
    • Button lock mode was added.
    HSK

    HSK

    HSK-X2

    HSK-X2

    C, C series

    C and C models have been in production since At the beginning of , Holosun introduced the second generation which they labelled ‘V2’. V2 models had been on the market for a few months when Holosun replaced them with the third generation marked ‘X2’. Let us take a look at the changes that took place.

    • The CR battery compartment was at the bottom on the first-generation models. The V2 models had a side battery compartment, designed for the smaller CR battery. The X2 models feature the same compartment as the V2 models.
    • The buttons on the first-generation models were small and placed horizontally. V2 had bigger buttons which were easier to click, and they were placed vertically, which made remembering their position easier. With X2 models, they went ‘back to the roots’, introducing the same button size and positioning as on the first-generation models.
    • The X2 models have the button lock mode which the first and the second generation lacked.
    HSC-RD Gen II (left) and Gen I (right)

    HSC-RD V2 (left) and HSC-RD (right)

    HSC V2 (left) and HSC (right) (2)

    HSC-RD V2 (left) and HSC-RD (right)

    HSC-RD V2 (left) and HSC-RD (right)

    HSC-RD V2 (left) and HSC-RD (right)

    T series

    The T series was introduced in at Shot Show, Las Vegas. The second generation, marked X2, came out in the second half of , bringing several changes:

    • The first-generation models had the upper part of the lens frame curved, new ones have the upper part of the lens frame flat.
    • The buttons on the X2 models are placed horizontally just like on the first-generation models but they are bigger and placed closer together.
    • The first generation had a CR battery compartment at the bottom. The X2 series has a CR battery compartment on the side.
    • The X2 models feature a button lockout mode which the first generation lacked.
    HET-RD

    HET-RD

    HET-RD X2

    HET-RD X2

    Common questions

    Customers are most often confused by the quick transition from the V2 to the X2 models in the C, C series, asking if there is something wrong with the V2 models. Also, the button changes in the , K series is illogical to most as many prefer the placement and size of the first generation. These changes are most likely associated with Trijicon filing a lawsuit against Holosun over patent infringement. To those that own the V2 models – do not worry, there is nothing wrong with your red dot!

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    Andraž Gradišnik

    is an optics enthusiast who writes articles and reviews in the field of binoculars, riflescopes, NV optics etc. Currently, he is a member of the Optics Trade team.

    Summary

    Holosun V2, X2 models

    Article Name

    Holosun V2, X2 models

    Description

    Holosun is a promising, innovative company that manufactures red dot sights and similar products. Since the birth of this brand, the names of their devices have been incredibly confusing, featuring various letters and numbers that indicate the presence of a certain feature.

    Author

    Andraž Gradišnik

    Publisher Name

    Optics Trade Blog

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    TagsC seriesK seriesC seriesK seriesT seriesholosunHolosun red dotOptics Tradeoptics trade blogred dotV2 vs X2 difference

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