5 Things You Need To Know About the Athlon Midas TSR2 Optic
5 Things You Need to Know About the Midas TSR2
By Barritus Defense
Disclaimer: This review was written by Barritus Defense. Barritus Defense specializes in civilian and law enforcement/military tactical training. This is their review of the TSR2 red dot.
“We received this Midas TSR2 free from Athlon Optics in exchange for our free, unbiased review. We only endorse products we like and use. We’re not pimps. If we don’t like and use the product, you’ll never hear a peep from us about it.”- Barritus Defense
When it comes to optics, there’s a new sheriff in town. Established in 2014, Athlon has wasted no time in rising through the ranks to offer affordable, high performing optics to rival those industry giants like Vortex and Bushnell’s. The Midas TSR2 is no exception. This optic has the golden touch when it comes to performance and reliability without emptying your wallet.
I mounted the Midas TSR2 to my new Custombilt Firearms AR-15 and spent some time shooting with it both at home and across the country teaching carbine courses. The Midas handled everything I could throw at it, performing flawlessly. And while the TSR2 is not the most expensive optic in the Athlon inventory, it has everything you’re looking for in a quality optic.
So here it is, the five things you need to know about the Midas TSR2:
- The Construction
- The Glass
- The Dot
- The Controls
Athlon Optics- The speed and versatility of a red dot goes unmatched in close range engagements. Whether you are running an AR or PCC in competition, hunting, or running a red dot on an optics ready pistol, the TSR series of red dots has you covered. With 50,000 hours of battery life and motion sensor activation, the TSR series is always ready. The default high riser amount allows end user to achieve 1/3 co-witness with iron sights on AR rifles. You can use the lower mount by taking off the high riser mount and mount it on some low platforms, such as a shot gun.
The TSR2 features a 2MOA red dot, quickly allowing the user to acquire the red dot while focusing on the targets