|Adj. rheostat settings|
|Battery and Lens Cloth|
|1-Yr Limited Lifetime|
The new Multi-Reticle Electrosight features the unique ability to switch between 4 different reticle patterns, allowing the user to choose the most appropriate reticle for their particular targeting situation. Each of these reticle patters can then be switched between red and green, and the brightness setting for each color can be adjusted to one of five different brightness settings. The multiple color and brightness settings allow the user to adjust the Electrosight to any lighting situation.
The Multi-Reticle Electrosight also comes equipped with a red laser attached to the side. This red laser features windage and elevation adjustments, and is activated by pushing the on/off button on the back of the laser.
The 1x magnification and unlimited eye relief of the Multi-Reticle Electrosight makes it ideal for quick-acquisition targeting in CQB situations. Typically the laser would be adjusted to engage targets at around 50 yards distance, while the Electrosight itself would be zeroed in to engage targets at 100 yards. This adds to the versatility of the Multi-Reticle Electrosight, allowing the user to accurately engage targets at closer ranges and then quickly transition to engaging targets at further distances.
|by Exmilitary on 2015-04-26 18:54:08|
|Rating:||4 of 5 - Good|
|Pros:||Seems solid. Came recommended by Cabela's staff over their store branded micro red dot. Probably due to the fact that this will live on my 12 ga slug gun.|
|Cons:||There is the smallest of hex head screws on the right side of the base. There is no mention of it in the manual. Without this being tightened, the POI will shift by a good 20 feet to the left. After zeroing, this needs to be tightened to prevent the back of the sight from sliding to the right. The hex key is included, but no mention of its use.|
|Comments:||The laser is rather gimmicky in my opinion. I ended up removing it. Outdoors it's virtually invisible in full sunlight. Just an observation. This isn't a home defense gun so it's not an issue. Looking forward to hunting season.|