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Hey everypony and everyone else! Welcome to my review. For my first one I'm going to review the Red Dot sight.
The RDS is a great improvment over the iron sights in most cases. It's been featured in Call of Duty 4, Modern Warfare 2 and Black Ops. It's also been seen in World at War, except with a black dot, and under a different name, the Aperture
Call of Duty 4: Modern WarfareEdit
The Red Dot Sight makes it's first appearance in this oh so marvelous game. It's available on all primaries, save for sniper rifles. It's great for long range encounters, due to it's clearer sight pitch and slightly higher elevation over the iron sights, which allows the player to stay on target better, due to the slight lack of muzzle flash.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2Edit
The Red Dot Sight makes its return in Modern Warfare 2, with a slightly more square profile than the CoD4 variant. It's unavailable on launchers, handguns and sniper rifles. After you get 60 kills while aiming down the sight, you unlock the Holographic Sight. Still the same as from Call of Duty 4. Better sight pitch, higher elevation to reduce muzzle flash, blah blah blah. Should we move on now?
Call of Duty: Black OpsEdit
The RDS is in Black Ops aswell. Once again, not available on handguns, launchers or sniper rifles. However, thre's a bit of a change.
To add to it, you can now customize the tint of the lense, the shape of the dot in the middle and the colour of the dot. Pretty nifty, if I do say so myself.
Well anyways... how was the review? I'll take suggestions in the comments! Remember, I'll be away from the 19 to the 23rd. Next time, I'll try to add pictures. I was rushed, due to having hockey. Whatever. Bye for now!