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    Posted: December/15/2019 at 11:45
I have a model 90 with ghost ring sights and have been entertaining the idea of putting some type of Eotech or Trijicon on it. I know little about what is available for shotguns and would love to hear any ideas. It would be a tactical type set up. Thank you
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (1) Thanks(1)   Quote Urimaginaryfrnd Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: December/15/2019 at 17:21
Not sure what your price range is but I will start by saying most of Trijicon's products would be rather short eye relief if they are magnified optics like compact ACOG's which leaves sights like RMR SRO & MRO but those put you in the over $500 range. EOTech and Aimpoint also put you in that price range.

Sig Sauer 1x20 ROMEO5 Red Dot Sight

currently priced at $149.99  is what I would suggest
!. it turns itself on with motion
2. it includes both the short mount and the taller AR_15 height mount in the box no extra charge to attach it to your picatinny rail base.
suggest you use locktight when you install the screws as it will arrive with the tall mount attached and you will want the short mount for your shotgun.

If you simply want an EOTech or a Trijicon SRO those also are great choices.


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that's a good call on the sig romeo if you don"t want to spend the big money. my rem 1187 21" smooth bore wears one in a cantilever mount. 
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I went for a Burris Fastfire III on my Supernova which I use as a slug gun. Used a Speedbead as receiver wasn't drilled and tapped.

So far very happy with it.

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Thank you for taking a min to answer my questions.

Scrum-is that mount sturdy???
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Hi Stiller, seems to be so far.

Use it for comps which involves positional changes and going from standing to prone under time pressure and it's also rattling round in the back of a pick-up for pest control.

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