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First Look: Swampfox Optics Liberator II Red Dot Sight

First Look: Swampfox Optics Liberator II Red Dot Sight

Swampfox Optics introduced its new Liberator II red dot sight, which keeps everything you liked about the original Liberator, but with upgraded technology, such as new emitters that have greatly improved battery life and the company's proprietary "Shake ‘N Wake" motion-sensing auto on/off. 

Swampfox Product Marketing Director Michael Branson said: “Last year we stepped up our pistol dot game with Liberty, Justice, and Sentinel, I call those our second generation of pistol dot sights. Those have been a big success and the technologies in them are well proven now, like Shake N Wake motion sensing on/off for example. We know it works reliably, we know customers value those features. Now it’s time to circle back and upgrade the Liberator with those same technologies so it doesn’t get left behind. With two mounts in the box there are a ton of applications where Liberator II will get the job done without breaking the bank.” 

The Liberator II offers shooters more than just extended battery life. It also features compatibility with night vision gear and Swampfox's exclusive Shake ‘N Wake technology to extend battery life even further. There are also new 2 MOA emitters that work well with 3x magnifiers, and two included mounts. One mount is a low-profile mount suitable for mounting on a variety of firearms, and the other mount gives you an absolute co-witness with the iron sights on an AR-15. 

Liberator 2 Specifications

Dot Size: 2 MOA
Brightness Adjustments: 2 NV-compatible, 8 daylight Visible
Max Battery Life: 10,000 hours with typical use
Shake ‘N Wake motion sensing auto on/off illumination
Included Mounts: Low-profile and absolute co-witness
Weight: 3.5 ounces without mount
MSRP: $189

More information on this product and other gear from Swampfox Optics is available at swampfoxoptics.com.

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