RX-795 Reflex Sight
The RX-795 can be installed on most optic-ready guns by using the mounting plate provided by your firearm manufacture. If your firearm has a Picatinny rail, you can use the Picatinny mount included with your Cuda reflex sight. For other firearms, you may need to purchase a mounting plate from a third-party manufacturer. See our Mounting Guide for more details.
The RX-795 is powered by a single CR1632 3V lithium coin cell battery which lasts approximately X hours under normal use.
The RX-795 features automatic brightness so manual adjustment isn’t necessary. A sensor located on the front of the unit detects the amount of light coming from the direction of your target and adjusts the brightness accordingly.
The RX-795 is available in your choice of red or green. Color selection can be made using the drop-down menu before adding the item to your cart.
The RX-795 is designed to be fully automatic, so you won’t be inconvenienced with a power button. Simply pick up the unit and it will instantly turn on. After 10 minutes of inactivity, the RX-795 will automatically shut off to conserve battery life.
First, remove any dirt or debris using a soft brush or compressed air. Then, gently wipe the lens with the included microfiber cleaning cloth. A small amount of rubbing alcohol may be applied to the cloth or a cotton-tipped swab.
Yes. The RX-795 is IPX rated to be waterproof up to X meters for X minutes.
Please visit our Warranty Page to review the full terms of the warranty.
The RX-795 weighs X ounces.
The RX-795 is X mm long, Y wide, and Z mm tall.
(1) Cuda RX-795 reflex sight, (1) Picatinny mounting plate, (4) #X mounting screws, (1) microfiber lens cleaning cloth, (1) user manual, (1) Allen wrench, and (1) CR1632 battery.
Parallax occurs when the position of an object appears to change when viewed from different lines of sight. For example, if you look through the lens of a poorly engineered reflex sight, you may see the dot move away from your target as the position of your eye changes. The RX-795, however, is designed to be parallax free up to 1,000 yards. That is, even though the position of your eye may change (up, down, left or right of center), the dot will remain on your target. See Understanding Parallax for more information.
MOA stands for Minute of Angle. One MOA is equal to 1/60th of one degree in a circle. A dot that is 1MOA will appear to be approximately 1 inch in diameter on a target that is 100 yards away. A dot that is 3MOA will appear 3 inches in diameter at the same distance. See What is MOA? for more information.