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Rebate EOTech L-3 Holographic Gun Sight - Model M512

   

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Product Color:
Matte Black

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5.4"-2"-2.25"-10.9oz.

Reticle:
A65

Combining the speed of a HALO gun sight with a wide field of view, adjustable reticle intensity, and rugged construction, the EOTech M512 has a lot to offer hunters who want to sight in on trophy game faster. The M512 is built to withstand the toughest hunting conditions with its waterproof design (submersible to 10') and hard coat non-reflective black finish. Thanks to its wide field of view and multiple intensity settings for the reticle, the M512 helps the hunter sight in faster, no matter the hunting conditions.The sight mounts to a standard Picatinny rail and is repeatable to 1 MOA after re-mounting.  And don't worry about the M512 running out of batteries in the woods. The sight will run for 1,000 continuous hours on lithium batteries or 600 hours on standard AA batteries. Dimensions: 5''L x 1.8''W x 2.25''H. Weight: 11.5 oz.

  • Quick sight in ability of a holographic gun sight
  • Adjustable reticle intensity
  • Waterproof construction (submersible to 10')
  • Hard coat, non-reflective black finish
  • 1,000 hours continuous use on 2 AA lithium batteries
  • Dimensions: 5''L x 1.8''W x 2.25"H
  • Weight: 11.5 oz.
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 24 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good I like this model as much as my 552 EOTech. I have it mounted on a CX4 and it works nice. May 14, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent GunSight Outstanding gun sight! excellent durability. very rugged. holds zero like no other. if you are thinking of buying a cheap gun sight, you will be making a mistake. Eotech is by far the best sight ive ever used May 1, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Flawless Sighted in my eotech with ease. I was dead on from 100yrds. 6 pay made it even better. December 18, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great buy I needed a new scope for my Ruger SR-556 and the fit was perfect. I had a friend that researched Eotect. I also met up with a representative at a trade show and he said to buy the 512 if I was not getting a magnifier. Great purchase love this scope! April 17, 2013
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yes, you keep both eyes open when using an eotech
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Can this be used with a EOTech G33 Magnifier ?
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Hi, thank you for your inquiry! Yes, per the manufacturer web site, the G33™ Magnifier is compatible with all EOTech Holographic Weapon Sights.
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Will ths mount easily? Wht would be required, mounts, etc. Thank you.
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Will work with any weaver mount. I carried mine overseas and used on Goverment weapons and have used it on shotguns and rifles. Mine is one of the origianal models and I have beat it up and it still works fine. See photo. Sand, sand and more sand blowing. I also used it in a Law Enforcement vessel for ten years. No problems!
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It will easily mount to a picatinny rail.
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Been there and did that with mine. Look familiar?
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Not 100% sure what you mean by mounting tight. Can you mount it right against other accessories on a top rail for example? Sure, but you would want to leave a little space at the back to work the controls. I think I have one block of the rail exposed between my EOTech and my MagPul MBUS rear sight and that allows for easy manipulation of the controls. In front you could go right up against, but you'd have to remove something to change batteries (like a once every 3-5 year deal, so not that big a deal).
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Yes it can if you have a picatinny rail.
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if you mount it correctly, there won't be any concerns.
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Take a look at the Burris AR-536
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If you have the rails the bars will drop between them and secure tight i prefer the allen heads on the side over the thumb screw it seems to to be rock solid even with the high caliber AR's.
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If it will take the recoil of the 460, is there anything else that might not make this the right scope for this handgun?
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It's kind of large for a handgun and may add unnecessary bulk/weight. A good pistol red dot is a Trijicon RMR. They are small, light weight and durable.
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It will take the recoil but it may be a little large for a pistol. Try a small halo instead maybe the relex style.
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Never shot a 460. It will take the Army trying to beat it to death and the use fully autos M-4 and M16..
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Interested in mounting this on an AR, but does it work with iron sights in place, or is this for "flat top" rifles only?
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you can co-witness with iron sights. a lot of people do this. its a matter of preference. I would consider using flip up sights
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Yes. In fact you can shoot with the iron sights right through the EOTech if the battery went down or you want to. I would suggest changing to flip up style iron sights because the iron sights cab be a distraction when using the EOTech, but it will certainly work. I run MagPul MBUS flip ups with the EOTech on my AR and both work great.
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This model requires a 1913 Picatinny rail or Weaver rail for mounting. You can use BUIS and your front sight to "cowitness" the reticle.
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Might sit high if you use a carry handle mount but it will fit. You will need a mount for carry handle if you have a fixed handle.
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THey make a see thru adapter for around $10 to fit it on an Ar or M16 carry handle. It fits on the standard top with nothing added. When you use this you will NEVER use the iron sights again anyway. I use good batterys and replace then twice a year but have never had them go dead.
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You can mount this on an AR with a carry handle, you just need to install a removable picatinny scope rail.
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Too big and heavy for that try a reflex.
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I use it on a rail and have an adapter for an M-16 carry handle. One thumb bolt.
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Yes it will mount directly to a picatiny rail
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Absolutely. Takes maybe 30 seconds. That's where mine is right now.
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Will fit right on, that is the style it prefers.
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Direct mount with it's single thumb screw.
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Maybe, but it wouldn't be optimal. You need a picatinny style rail to mount this without an adapter.
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No problem, I would assume this for a shotgun? It will handle the recoil too.
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