C&H Precision Enters the Optics Industry with Their Own Line of Pistol Optics
Richmond Hill, GA (January 17, 2022) – C&H Precision has long been known for its slide milling services and pistol optic adaptor plates. Their quality and experience in the industry are well-known and respected. So, it’s no surprise they have decided to offer their first in-house line of pistol optics.
At SHOT Show 2023, C&H Precision’s new proprietary pistol optic line will be on display for the first time. It’s easy to see how this can be one successful venture for the adaptor plate powerhouse. There is little to stop C&H from making it easy for shooters to order, attach, and use a new optic from a single source.
The new proprietary line presents the perfect pistol optics for any potential use. Home defense, range time, and EDC are well within the capabilities of these red dots. Like competitors on the market, the new optics are built with ’shake awake’ technology and will turn off after 5 minutes of no use, preserving the 50,000-hour battery life. Being CNC constructed from one piece of aluminum makes it easy to make it IPX7 water resistant. This means the new optics can be submerged in 1 meter of water for 30 minutes. To make the perfect optics for any pistol, each model is Shock Rated for +P and +P+.
It’s easy to see why C&H Precision is getting into the pistol optic market. It’s also easy to see why these optics will be popular, durable, and useful options for all kinds of shooters. So, mount up, head to the range, carry on your personal defense pistol, or daily carry. C&H Precision is ready for the challenge.
Swing by booth #30407 at SHOT Show, January 17-20, for a firsthand look at the new line of optics from C&H Precision.
C&H Precision Weapons (CHPWS) is a family owned and operated small business, serving the shooting community from our shop located in Richmond Hill, Georgia. We specialize in hand-crafted precision rifles, custom 1911’s, pistol slide upgrades and the design and manufacturing of special projects within the firearms industry. All work is performed in-house by real gun builders, real engineers and professional shooters.