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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.

Be sure you’re holding your sight or firearm (if mounted) firmly. Moving your sight around while performing SecureTaps will make it difficult for the accelerometer to isolate and detect movement generated by taps. Also, make sure you’re completely covering the light sensor on the front of the sight with each tap. Your Cuda sight must detect both change in motion and change in light to properly register SecureTaps. For more help, watch our SecureTap video.

A light sensor on the front of your sight continually measures light at your target. IntelliDOT uses this data to update your reticle’s intensity 10x a second. But if you prefer a slightly dimmer/brighter reticle than the one calculated by IntelliDOT, you can specify an Intensity Offset. Watch our Intensity Offset video to learn how.

Your Cuda sight turns on and off automatically. An accelerometer within the sight detects change in motion, so it knows when it’s being used and when it’s not. For example, if you place your sight in a safe or even if you have it holstered at your side, it will automatically power down and remain off until you pick it up to use it again.

The RX-795 is powered by a single CR1632 3V lithium coin cell battery which lasts approximately 8 years under casual use.

Chart with average battery life of CUDA red dot sights based on frequency of use.

The RX-795 is currently available in red but will be soon available in green. Color selection can be made using the drop-down menu before adding the item to your cart.

Other than changing your battery when necessary, your Cuda sight requires very little maintenance to keep it up and running.

To clean your sight, first remove any loose dirt with a small brush or compressed air. Then, using the supplied microfiber cloth or a soft cleaning cloth of your choice, gently remove any remaining dirt from the housing and lens. A small amount of water or rubbing alcohol may be used to dampen the cloth.

One of the most commonly used footprints in the industry: the Docter/Noblex standard footprint.

Diagram of the CUDA red dot sight mounting footprint.

Yes. The RX-795 is IPX7 rated. It can be submersed in water to a depth of one meter for 30 minutes.

Cuda sights feature a five (5) year warranty. Please refer to the RX-795 User Manual for full warranty terms .

The RX-795 weighs 1.34 ounces (38 grams).

The dimensions of the RX-795 are 1.93 (L)  x 1.06 (W) x 1.14 in (H) or 49 mm (L) x 27 mm (W) x 29 mm (H).

  • (1) Cuda RX-795 reflex sight
  • (1) Picatinny mounting plate
  • (4) Mounting screws
  • (1) Quickstart guide
  • (1) User manual
  • (1) Microfiber lens cloth
  • (1) CR1632 lithium battery
  • (1) Torx wrench
  • (1) Multi-tool
  • (1) Really, really cool sticker of our super awesome logo


Yes. Please contact a member of our sales team at (321) 422-3987 or so we can understand your department’s needs and discuss options that work for you.

MOA stands for Minute of Angle. One MOA is equal to 1/60th of one degree in a circle. A dot that is 1-MOA will appear to be approximately 1 inch in diameter on a target that is 100 yards away. A dot that is 3-MOA will appear 3 inches in diameter at the same distance. See What is MOA? for more information.

Cuda RX-795 on picatinny mounting plate
  • Cuda RX-795 Reflex Sight

    Cuda RX-795 Reflex Sight


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Casselberry, FL 32707

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