Sightmark Wolfhound LQD Prismatic Sights

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posted on November 17, 2016
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Sightmark introduced its new line of Wolfhound QD prismatic sights that attach quickly and offer caliber-specific reticles for rapid target acquisition at any range.

The Wolfhound QD sight line is built with multi-coated scratch-resistant prism glass surrounded by an anodized-aluminum housing with a rubber coating to protect against shock. The sights also feature a locking quick-detach mount for easy mounting and removal. Red and green reticle illumination is also featured with five different power settings.

Specific models of the Wolfhound are set up for the .223 Rem. and the .308 Win. For the .223 Rem., Sightmark has the 3x24 and the 6x44. Both models feature a horseshoe duplex reticle with a .5-MOA center point, which offers holdover points for 52-grain and 55-grain .223 Rem. loads. For the .308 Win., the company offers the 6x44 model with a reticle calibrated for a 175-grain .308 Win. load. 

The Wolfhound QD 3x34 HS-223 prismatic sight retails at a suggested price of $319.99. The 6x44 models for .223 Rem. and .308 Win. retail at a suggested price of $379.99.

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