SIG Sauer Launches Juliet4 Magnifier

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posted on May 6, 2017
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At the 2017 NRA Annual Meeting & Exhibits, the SIG Sauer Romeo red-dot line found its Juliet. The new Juliet4 4x magnifier is designed to pair with one of the company's red-dot optics to provide magnification for medium-range target engagements.

The new optic is mounted on the company's PowerCam 90-degree mount to allow for quick transitions from close-range to medium-range targets. Users can easily shoot with the normal field of view and 1x magnification of a red dot for short-range work and then flip the Juliet4 magnifier in front of the optic for heightened magnification at longer ranges.

The mount features a quick-detach mechanism that incorporates recoil lugs in order to provide users with a repeatable zero. The optic also includes a number of spacers that allow owners to adjust the bore height of the optic in order to match the mount height of red-dot optics.

Other features of the new SIG Sauer Juliet4 magnifier include an aircraft-grade aluminum housing designed to provide users with rugged and reliable service. The optic also has a threaded lens protector for the objective lens and a flip cover at the rear for protection against the environment. The unit uses a dialectic-coated prism to provide 4x magnification for any 1x red-dot optic.

The overall length of the magnifier is 4.2 inches long, with a height and width of 2.6 inches and 2.1 inches, respectively. The total weight is 12.5 ounces. The suggested retail price of the new SIG Sauer Juliet4 magnifier is $479.99.

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