When your optic needs to be faster than your reactions, the Leupold DeltaPoint® Pro is up to the challenge. The lightweight aluminum housing is shrouded by spring steel for the ultimate in ruggedness while the aspheric lens generates a wide field-of-view with some of the best image quality ever seen in a reflex sight. Leupold’s patented Motion Sensor Technology™ discerns any movement of the sight and automatically activates the illumination which is inset into a light tunnel to reduce the light signature in tactical situations. The tool-less, spring actuated battery compartment makes changing the battery quick and easy while being impervious to water at a depth of 33 feet. The 1 MOA elevation and windage adjustments eliminate the need for adjustment lock screws. From handguns to ARs; and from .22s to .458s, the agile DeltaPoint Pro is always a step ahead.
After over 60k rounds in 2.5 years competing in the open division the Delta Point Pro is still going strong. I definitely made the right choice going with the Delta Point Pro from Leupold. No disappointments with the DPP and with the lifetime warranty and great customer service from Leupold I have confidence the DPP will continue to perform for, well a lifetime.
Love this sight! Looked at a number of them and it came down to this and the Trijicon RMR. I didn't like RMR frame profile, you have to remove sight from the gun to change the battery, window viewing is slightly discolored in my opinion and the price very steep. I spoke to a law enforcement officer who'd been able to test a number of pistol sights and he couldn't speak highly enough about the clarity of the Leupold DeltaPoint Pro. I felt I got more of what I wanted fame wise, extreme clarity and a better price. I've mounted it on my Glock 40 (10mm) for large animal protection when hunting and with added high iron sights (not pictured)... it rocks! To top it off, I accidentally started to strip one of the mounting screws and Leupold sent me a new set free of charge! Outstanding customer service. Leupold products have great clarity in their glass (scopes, binos, etc.) for a good price. They're not cheap, yet you get a lot for what you pay for. Love their products!
After I crossed over the 50 age milestone, my eyes just couldn't make out the regular sites on my handguns anymore. So, I purchased the Beretta APX Combat which was already set up to accommodate optics. I chose the Leupold DeltaPoint Pro and it is amazing! I have no trouble acquiring the target, and everything is crystal clear. My old eyes appreciate your dedication to extraordinary engineering. I will be equiping my other handguns, or replaceing them with handguns that will accept the DeltaPoint Pro.
I bought this sight to put on my Sig P226 to aid the old eyes with target acquisition. It did not take long to make a difference and has improved my shooting. I'm liking this sight as much as the LCO I also own. Well made product!!
The DPP has been mounted on my CCW g19 for 10k rounds so far with no issue. Absolute rock solid optic with advantages over its competition such as the RMR. Top loading battery and generous FOV as compared to trijicon. Would definitely buy another!!!
I used mine for a few months on my S&W R8 and have now moved it onto my Walther PPQ Q5. It is an excellent sight. I keep it permanently switched on and use it at the range a couple of times a week.
It is robust enough to use to rack the slide and has never lost accuracy.
Unfortunately, there is no way to know what brightness it is set at without using the sight and no way to know what will happen when you click the botton to adjust the sight without 'remembering' what direction the brightness was last set to adjust in. Its is good not having extra buttons for adjusting the brightness (less to go wrong) and a shame that the interface for adjustment could not be improved:
It could have been:
short press: power on if off (previous brightness retained), reduce brightness if on, no effect if at minimum brightness.
medium press: power on if off and set to maximum brightness (whether on or off).
long press: power off
With these simpler settings, I could adjust the brightness to a known setting from any setting easily while the gun is still holstered.
Until this settings problem is addressed, this sight loses out to the Trij. If it were fixed, this sight's better optics and simplicity would make it the best handgun optic on the market.
I just got this and it looks/feels great. However, the web site documentation for this sku says "Includes removable, adjustable rear sight." BUT the rear sight was not in the box. It is also difficult to find a mount solution for the Ruger Mark series, finally found a JPoint mount.
So far this is the only optic I would ever buy for concealed carry because the controls are out of the way. I owned the Romeo 1 but could never depend on the sight being on or off when I drew the pistol. Thats because the buttons are on the outside and an IWB holster will turn your sight on and off every time you sit. Having said that, Leupold has some work to do to catch up to the other innovators like Holosun (10 year battery life??) and Trijicon.
I have two of these, one that was pre-installed on a Kimber 10mm. I finally got to shoot the kimber this weekend, and have not installed the second. The hole pattern dramatically changes between right and left handed shooting, and changes dramatically based on shooting position. What good is an optic if it is not repeatable? I do not shoot from a Weaver stance. The pattern variation here is unacceptable.
I recently bought one and came home to find it had no mounting hardware what so ever and found Cabelas charging $160 bucks, for nothing more than a little plate and a few screws.
I have 5 other leupold scopes and love them, but wow, I hate this one!