Steiner Optics Updates M332 and M536 Battle Sights

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posted on March 15, 2017
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Steiner updated its M332 and M536 Battle Sights in 2017, adding a new quick-detach mount to both sights.

The improved mount uses a new lock release that enables shooters to quickly and easily unlock the levers and remove the sights, even using gloved hands. Both sights are designed for target engagement in close-quarters and at medium ranges.

The M332 Battle Sight features a 32 mm objective lens with a fixed 3x magnification, along with an illuminated ballistic reticle designed for use in daytime or nighttime conditions. The reticle features 10 separate brightness settings and is designed for accurate shooting out to 700 meters. The illumination feature is powered by a single CR2032 battery.

The M536 Battle Sight is the larger sibling of Steiner's M332 sight, featuring a 36 mm objective lens designed to gather more light and provide shooters with a clearer and brighter image. The optic also features a fixed 5x magnification and is also designed for use out to 700 meters. The reticle is illuminated and features 10 different settings.

Both optics are waterproof, shockproof and can easily adapt to any standard Picatinny rail. The suggested retail price on the M332 Battle Sight is $674.99, while the M536 Battle Sight retails at a suggested price of $749.99.

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