Sun Optics USA Offers Electronic Micro Red-Dot Sight

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posted on February 24, 2017
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Sun Optics USA offers its Electronic Micro Sight as an inexpensive red-dot option for any kind of firearm equipped with an accessory rail.

The Micro Sight features 1x magnification and uses a bullseye-style reticle that features a 3-MOA center dot surrounded by a shotgun circle dot. The company also offers a model that features only the 3-MOA dot. The 3 MOA dot measures 3 inches at 100 yards.

The optic features a compact design with an integrated Picatinny-rail mount. The overall length of the unit is 2.8 inches, while the width is 1.2 inches and the height is 1.6 inches, including the Picatinny rail mount. The optic runs off a single CR2032 battery and the total weight of the red dot is 5 ounces.

The red dot features multi-coated lenses that are finished with an extended polishing process designed to provide as much clarity and light transmission as possible. The double-lens system works to protect the internal lens and provide a clearer sight picture.

The unit features red and green illumination and comes with five different intensity settings. The 1x magnification allows for quick target-acquisition and improved accuracy.

The suggested retail price of the Sun Optics USA Electronic Micro Sight is $139.99.

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