Some time ago, I realized that given the peculiarities of my vision and modest experience in the world of practical shooting, I need to replace my optical sight with a device of greater magnification and preferably better quality.
Further, you will find difficulties in choosing the best optical sight. It may help beginners choose the first optic sight.
I bought my first AR about a year ago, a Z-15 rifle with a heavy match chrome-lined barrel. It was a used rifle with a small number of shots; the previous owner used it for hunting. Also, it had a 1-4 Hakko Superb optical sight. Not a bad sight, but for hunting purposes. For the purposes and objectives of practical shooting, it was unsuitable for a set of features, including a reticle without the bullet drop compensator and large size of the central sighting mark. That is a good option for those who need to shoot wild boars. This hunting scope is not heavy, strong and reliable.