This sight has a 6MOA dot, making it more suitable for shotgunning than smaller 2 and 4 MOA dots of the other Micros. The Aimpoint literature suggests this would be a good sight for sporting clays, to which I say “phooey.” You may disagree, but I have tried clay shooting with dot sights and it’s, well, it can be done, sort of, but why? On the other hand, the Micro S-1 is close to perfect for turning a vent ribbed gun into a turkey/coyote/deer-with-buckshot/squirrel gun. If your shot pattern needs to be aimed precisely, this is a sight to look at. It will sell for somewhere around $700.