A reflex sight (or reflector sight) is an optic device that provides the user a better view of the target with no zoom. They are typically found in the form of red dot sights or holographic sights.
Reflex sights work as optic sights that attach to the top rail of various firearms; the user looks through partially reflected glass that shows an illuminated image sight used for targeting. The reflex sight provides no zoom, unlike the 4× scope, but instead provides a more prominent visual aid for use in close- to mid-range combat. The reflex sight is used for many different types of firearms, ranging from handguns to assault rifles.
Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory Edit
In Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory, following the New York City blackout in 2007, Displace International guards were equipped with UMP-45s that were attached with reflex sights, specifically red dot sights.
Splinter Cell: Double Agent Edit
Splinter Cell: Conviction Edit
In Splinter Cell: Conviction, the reflex sight is a weapon upgrade that increases the number of Marks the weapon has by one. The reflex sight upgrade costs 400 P.E.C. points to unlock for use by the player.
Splinter Cell: Blacklist Edit
In Splinter Cell: Blacklist, the player can purchase a red dot sight and holographic sight as upgrades for certain weapons.
- Red Dot Sight adds a sight with collimated LED for increased aiming precision.
- Holographic Sight is a holographic projected reticle that enables faster targeting.
- In real life, the most well-known reflex sight manufacturer companies are: Trijicon, Kimber, ITL, Aimpoint AB and C-More Systems.