Sale Pursuit® Illuminated LPS Open Sight

   

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Product Color:
Matte Black

Size:
3.23"-5.83 oz.

Objective Size (mm):
34mm

Eye Relief:
Unlimited

Reticle:
4 reticles

FOV:
74'
  • Multipurpose sighting system - great for close-quarter and medium-range targets
  • Wide sight window for fast target aquisition
  • Lightweight design
  • Four reticles choices - simple switch control at rear of sight
  • Unlimited eye relief
  • 50 yard parallax setting
  • Light enough for use on small calibers, durable enough for larger calibers
A proven sight choice for close-quarter and medium-range use, the Pursuit Illuminated LPS (Laser Projection Sight) Open Sight offers fast target aquisition for any gun.  Light enough for use on small calibers, this multipurpose sighting system features a durable design that handles larger calibers as well. Controlled by a simple switch at the rear of the sight, the LPS Open Sight offers four reticle choices to match your situation. With a wide sight window for fast target aquisition, this high performance sight also gives you unlimited eye relief and a close parallax setting at 50 yards. 1x magnification. Lightweight 5.83 oz. Compact 3.23''L x 2.15''H. Manufacturer's one year warranty. Color: Matte black.

Designed to mount to 5/8" Weaver-style mount (sold separately.)
Rated 3 out of 5 by 11 reviewers.
Rated 2 out of 5 by barely works would be good for an airsoft gun maybe but on my AK ill take a shot and it turns itself off and wont come back on unless it feels like it. April 14, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Typically misused I purchased this sight for my Ruger 10 .22 two weeks ago. It was easy to install on the Weaver Style mount I had on my .22. The only complaint about the mounting was the instructions which are foggy at best. It should just say "Clamp style mount". I have been varmint hunting with it and have killed some squirrels with it. Very nice sight for this purpose. The reviews that give it poor rating seem to mostly be for guns more powerful than the .22. If you think you are getting this as an AR15 sight than you are literally putting your money in the toilet. This should be advertised as a .22 or a .223 optic only. It's a varmint/ plinking gun sight, not a tactile rifle sight (unless it fires a less powerful round). November 29, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Disappointment Had less than a week mounted and used the first time and the lens fell out and unable to find it.... October 24, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Alright for the sale price, not full price. The lens fell out after very little use with my AR. I've reinstalled the glass with some good epoxy and it seems better. While the glass was in, it was a lot of fun to shoot. It's my first red dot and target acquisition is much quicker than with a scope. Dot on target, pull trigger. I like it, but if I were you I'd carefully pop the lens out and reinstall it with some epoxy, before it falls out on it's own while on a hunt, do not use super glue. Super glue only lasts so long. July 23, 2013
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Under the color and intensity selector on top.
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The dial on top unscrews to replace battery
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If it has a 1 inch picatinny rail. It'll fit.
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If it has a Weaver or picatinny rail, it should mount no problem.
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I have mine on a one inch picatinny.
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Weaver or picatiny
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This uses the standard weaver style rails for shotguns and rifles.
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Either a Weaver or a MIL-STD-1913 rail.
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