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Mepro has some that they advertise on shotguns. If you really want to spend money some LE mags show the Aimpoint M4 on a shotgun. And I believe Trijicon now has a few that I have seen advertised on a shotgun.
 

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Get a tritium bead instead. You'll need to spend at least a few hundred for an OK optic that will stand up to abuse...a tritium bead costs like $20. It'll be nice and bright, won't add any weight to the gun and means you don't have anything extra sticking out to get caught on something.

More money for ammo and training, too.
 

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Get a tritium bead instead. You'll need to spend at least a few hundred for an OK optic that will stand up to abuse...a tritium bead costs like $20. It'll be nice and bright, won't add any weight to the gun and means you don't have anything extra sticking out to get caught on something.

More money for ammo and training, too.
Good point, BBBUUUUTTTT if you are really dead set on an optic EoTech makes a nice shotgun optic
 

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I put an Aimpoint T-1 on my Benelli M4. Small, lightweight and tough enough to handle the abuse of a 12 gauge. If you're on a budget, go for the H-1.

I liked the compact model so much, I sold my CompM4. If you end up hating the dot optic on the gauge, you can easily transfer it to another weapon platform like an AR15.
 

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I had a 40mm Tru Glo on mine that I'm selling. Works great, just not what I wanted.

I upgraded to the Burris Fast Fire and couldn't be happier with the little piece of glass ($200 bones though :shock:)!!!
 
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