Featuring a digital switch control with six variable brightness levels for daytime use and six settings in night vision mode, the new Sightmark Ultra Shot M-Spec Reflex Sight is built for adaptation to any shooting environment. Its magnesium alloy housing offers exceptional durability along with a battery life of up to 1,000 hours of superior functionality. The device features a protective hood that shields it from impact and a shock-proof frame for up to .50 caliber recoil. Fully submersible up to 40 feet of water, the Ultra Shot M-Spec is equipped with dual-pane glass and a parallax-corrected lens system, allowing shooters to sight accurately from 10 yards to infinity.
- Cast magnesium alloy housing with protective shield - IP68 Waterproof rating - submersible to 40ft - Low power consumption - Digital switch controls - Variable reticle brightness with night vision modes - Interlok internal locking system - Parallax corrected - Adjustable quick detach weaver mount - Unlimited eye relief
- Reticle type:65 MOA Circle Dot Crosshair (60 MOA circle w/ 5 MOA subtension, 2 MOA central dot) - Reticle color:Red - Illuminated reticle (yes/no):Yes - Brightness settings:Off, 1-6, NV1- NV6 - Magnification (x):1 - Window dimension (mm):33x24 - Window material:Glass - Field of view (m @100m):35 - Field of view (ft @100yd):105 - Eye relief (mm):Unlimited - Elevation adjustment (MOA):120 - Windage adjustment (MOA):120 - MOA adjustment (one click):1 - Finish/color:Matte black - Body material:Magnesium alloy - Maximum recoil (caliber):up to .50cal - IP rating (waterproof):IP68 - submergible to 40ft - Shockproof (yes/no):Yes - Fog proof (yes/no):No - Lens coatings:AR Red - Mount type:Weaver/picatinny - Battery Type:CR2 - Battery Life (hrs):90 - 1000 - Battery voltage (V):3 - Operating temperature (°F):-20 to 140 - Dimensions (mm):103x58x61 - Weight (oz):8
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