Sightmark Wolverine Red Dots

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posted on October 12, 2016
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Sightmark's patent-pending Wolverine Red Dot scopes are designed to offer rugged and reliable operation in a reasonably-priced optic.

The new Sightmark Wolverine comes in two models: the CSR 1x23 mm and FSR 1x28 mm. Both models are constructed with a rubber-armored housing that is both lightweight and compact. Each scope is also shockproof, fogproof and nitrogen-purged and feature an IP67 rating, which means they are both completely dustproof and are waterproof up to 1 meter.

The optic housing is constructed from aircraft-grade 6061-T6 aluminum and feature scratch-resistant coated lenses. Other features include unlimited eye relief, mount height adjustability, protected adjustment caps and a digital brightness control.

Model-specific features on the CSR include a 23 mm objective lens with a 4-MOA red dot reticle with 10 brightness settings. Windage and elevation are adjustable in 1-MOA increments, with total adjustability of 60 MOA. The FSR features a 28 mm objective lens with a 2-MOA red dot with 10 brightness settings. Windage and elevation on the FSR are adjustable in .5-MOA increments, and also has total adjustability of 120 MOA.

Both the CSR and FSR use a single AA battery, and battery life ranges from 1 million hours on the lowest setting to 900 hours on the highest setting. The optics have been tested for performance in temperatures ranging from -22 to 122 degrees Fahrenheit. Each scope comes with lens caps, a Picatinny rail mount and a riser to allow for cowitnessing with iron sights.

The 1x23 mm CSR red dot retails at a suggested price of $155.99. The 1x28 mm FSR retails at a suggested price of $179.99.

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