Lucid Optics Shipping the New P7 4X Optic

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posted on July 24, 2015
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The Lucid Optics P7 offers fast-targeting with a highly useful ballistic MOA measuring tape in the reticle. This reticle is specifically designed to offer the fast target acquisition necessary in a combat optic, along with highly useful MOA measuring tape with ballistic hold-over information up to 80 MOA in elevation. This allows for the operator to manage any target with relative ease, near or far.

An auto brightness sensor is standard, as well as reversible mounting pins. The entire optic runs up to 2500 hours on a single AA battery. Waterproof, shockproof and fogproof the P7, weighing in at only 19 ounces, is up to the challenge of any mission.

Other key features include, an adjustable ocular focus, chemical rubber armor, 25mm ocular lens, auto shut off, 10 brightness levels, 30mm objective lens and eye relief of 3.25”.

“The P7 4X Optic is our new top-of-the-line product offering,” says Jason Wilson, Founder of LUCID Optics. “This optic competes with any other brand on the market today, at a fraction of the cost. At LUCID, we are dedicated to offering mission ready optics that are proven, responsive and affordable.”

The P7 4X Optic has an MSRP of $435.

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