Parallax occurs when the position of an object appears to change when viewed from a different line of sight. In a reflex sight, parallax can mean the difference between missing or making your shots.
Many reflex sight manufacturers claim their sights are parallax-free up to a certain distance. But we know that’s simply not true. By design, reflex sights work by viewing a target through a curved lens, so some parallax is inevitable. Our engineers, however, have meticulously designed the lenses of CUDA sights so that parallax should never be a problem.