Gear Review: Shield Sights RMS (Reflex Mini Sight)

The following excerpt is from an article that originally appeared on The Truth About Guns

Shield Sights isn’t yet a household name in the U.S., but it should be and likely will be soon enough. SHIELD has been around for about 30 years making optics, suppressors, suppressed weapons, stocks, and more primarily for the British military and special forces. They made the red dots for Trijicon back in the day and were early innovators in the LED red dot optic game. SHIELD makes the JPoint that has been on my G19 MOS since day one, but now they’re selling their own, improved mini red dot on this side of the pond, and it’s called the RMS . . .

When placed next to the JPoint (which is sold as the SHIELD SMS outside the U.S.) — SHIELD left, JPoint right in both photos above — the RMS is obviously extremely similar. Dimensionally it’s effectively identical. They both use a polycarbonate lens instead of…

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