U.S. Optics Officially Announces The SR-4C Holographic Dot Sighting Systems

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posted on January 12, 2014
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U.S. Optics announces the release of their SR-4C dot sight.  The SR-4C features a true 1X power, low setting and a daylight visible red or green dot sight packaged in a lightweight aircraft aluminum housing and is MIL-A-8625 Type III hard anodized 30mm body.  The red dot can be set at any of 12 pre-programmed intensity settings.  The lower four settings are night vision compatible.

The SR-4C by U.S. Optics features the best of a holographic sight and a 1x4 variable magnified optic into a compact, rugged package that is 9.25" in length and weighs just under 20 ounces.  Low-profile windage and elevation knobs minimize the profile of the SR-4C. 2/10 MIL knob adjustments make zeroing the Mil Scale reticle quick and effortless. With a true 1X power setting, the 4-MOA red dot sight is perfect for quick and decisive target acquisition in CQB situations.  Dial the power ring to 4X to confidently engage targets at short ranges up to 500 yards.   Over 8,000 hours of runtime is squeezed out of a 3 Volt CR2032 lithium coin battery.

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