Holosun seems to be gunning for some of the big optics names by always showing up with several new products. SHOT Show 2023 had them as a hot topic as they brought new technology and design features to the market at a very affordable price. 

507 Comp

With competition shooting rising in popularity, Holosun has released a larger version of its popular 507 pistol optic, perfect for shooting sports. 

The viewing window on the 507 Comp is impressive. (Photo: Seth Rodgers/Guns.com)
A large window will be sure to make some competitors very happy. (Photo: Seth Rodgers/Guns.com)

The 507 Comp uses a larger view window, a custom reticle designed for competition shooting, and it mounts on an RMR footprint. The reticle is fully customizable with both the MOA dot size and the ring around it. 

This optic will MSRP at around $400. 

The 507 Comp compared to the standard 507. (Photo: Seth Rodgers/Guns.com)

SCS (Solar Charging Sight)

The Holosun SCS features an internal battery and a top-mounted solar-charging panel, offering an extended life as it recharges itself using the environment. 

While the traditional SCS is not new, it is now being expanded from the Glock MOS and M&P 2.0 mounting systems to include the Walther PDP and the H&K VP9

The SCS is now being offered for both the Walther PDP and the HK VP9. (Photo: Seth Rodgers/Guns.com)

A new offer from the line, the SCS 320 is a fully enclosed optic that has all the same features as the traditional SCS, all while fitting on the Delta Point Pro mounting solution. 

The SCS MSRPs for around $350 while the SCS 320 will go for around $400.

New this year is the SCS 320, a fully enclosed version of its older brother. (Photo: Seth Rodgers/Guns.com)

SCRS (Solar Charging Rifle Sight)

With the success of the SCS pistol optics, Holosun realized that having a self-charging rifle optic was the next product that the market needed. The SCRS is just that. Featuring an internal batter, this rifle optic will work for an extremely long time with no need to change external batteries. 

The Holosun SRS has been widely requested. (Photo: Seth Rodgers/Guns.com)

The SCRS also features Holosun’s new mount, making the combination perfect for pistol-caliber carbines or offset rifle mounts. 

This optic will MSRP at around $300. 


The MRS line of optics is really where Holosun is making waves in the community, setting themselves apart. Starting off, the MRS TH is a digital thermal optic that can record, zoom from 1-8x, change the intensity of the screen, and change the color of the thermal (white hot, black hot, etc.) 

Both the MRS NV and MRS TH can be used as a regular holographic red dot by simply flipping the lens cover in front of the window. (Photo: Seth Rodgers/Guns.com)

The MRS NV is the night vision version of the rifle optic, offering the same features as the thermal. The NV also includes an IR illuminator on the side of the optic. 

Since both versions of this optic are digital, they are not negatively affected by direct light on the digital sensor. Also, both can be used as regular holographic optics by simply opening the lens cover in front of the window.

The still of the video here doesn't do the night vision quality justice, especially at the attractive price point. (Photo: Seth Rodgers/Guns.com)


Last Thoughts

Whether you are LARPing, hunting, or just want a great versatile optic, the Holosun MRS is incredibly affordable. The Thermal PRO will be around $2,300, the normal Thermal at about $1,700, and the Night Vision comes in near $1,000.

Affordable and innovative, Holosun is a great option when looking for optics.

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