Ring with 2 Dots
Providing four usable aiming points:
7 yards (close range)
50 yards (medium range)
200 yards (medium range)
500 yards (long range)
In detail, this is the technology that fighter pilots use for target acquisition. In summary, this creates an accurate image of a target even in poor-visibility conditions like rain, snow, darkness or cloud cover.
Also, the heads-up display of a holographic sight provides the user with a 2-eyes-open shooting. Additionally, this eliminates blind spots and tunnel vision and maximizes peripheral vision.
No Revealing Light Signature
All external optical surfaces of the HWS are flat and have anti-reflective coatings so no glare elimination filters are needed.
Also, the projected reticle is visible to only the operator. In summary, even GEN-III night vision equipment cannot detect the muzzle-side signature of the HWS operator’s position.
Night Vision Compatible
In detail, the night vision (NV) settings are available on some EOTech holographic weapon sights. Also, the NV button transitions the reticle to a light spectrum below what is seen by the naked eye. These sights in NV mode…
Are fully compatible with all generations of night vision intensifier tubes
Allow the operator to change the brightness intensity of the holographic reticle
Eliminate halo effect while viewing through an image intensifier tube
Provide enhanced, effective weapon aiming in complete darkness
Differ from IR laser pointer systems
|Night Vision:||Gen I – Gen III+|
|Length/Width/Height:||3.8” x 2.3” x 2.9”|
|Water Resistant:||Up to 33 ft|
|Adjustment (per click):||.5 MOA at 100 yds|
|Travel Range:||+/- 40 MOA|
|Mount:||1” weaver/1913 rail|
|Power Source:||1 CR123 Lithium|
|Battery Life:||600 Hours|
|Brightness:||20 Daylight Setting|
|IR Brightness:||10 Night Settings|