EOTech Will Introduce Compact Magnifier at SHOT Show

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posted on January 11, 2012
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This 3.25x magnifier offers an adjustable diopter for improved, more precise focusing. When viewing the target through the magnifier it will only increase the size of the target and not the actual reticle. Not only more precise, this magnifier is more compact than the previous G23. This model has been condensed down so it only needs 3.9 inches of rail space and the improvements don't stop there. The eye relief has been extended to 2.2 inches allowing for a more comfortable cheek weld while shooting and the angle of field of view has also been increased to 7.3º giving the operator increased left to right situational awareness. The new Quick Switch to Side mount twists the magnifier out of the way for shorter range shots and can easily be knocked back into place for distance. Pairing this New G33 magnifier with you EOTech holographic sight will completely transform your shooting options and can extend your range out to nearly 600meters.

This G33 magnifier is an incredible addition to the rail. These features working together offer dramatically increased accuracy without sacrificing speed to target. Available in black and tan the G33 has an MSRP of $ 589 and will be available in Spring of 2012.

EOTech and Insight Technology have leveraged their combined status as industry leaders to create the L-3 Commercial Products Group. Established in 2011, the group will offer the commercial market a single source that delivers cutting edge technology and products in the fields of holographic sighting systems, tactical lasers, illuminators, thermal imaging equipment and firearms training devices. This group operates in state-of-the-art facilities and is dedicated to providing high-quality battle tested products to the law enforcement and commercial markets around the world. For more information call (888) 368-4656 or visit our websites at www.eotech-inc.com.

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