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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
Low Light Hunting
I have purchased this sight for an AR platform for 6.8 SPC. I use it for deer and hogs, find it quick to pull up and get a sight pitcure. No problems with brightness, easy to turn off and on. Batteries are the AA so it don't break the bank like the CR123a's. As advertised had a good zero out of the box only a few shots to get zeroed at 50yrd.
Would recommend that first then move to the 100yrd then it was only a few clicks. Holds it zero if taken off and can be used with a back up sight if you feel the need. I find it easier to carry two more AA's. Easy enough for my new hunter in the family to use.
August 21, 2012
I purchased this model about 12-15 years ago..I carried it on a Law Enforcement vessel (Center Console) for many years while working on salt water. I have also taken it to the dusty, sandy country's of Iraq and Afghanistan. I have never had an issue with this optic.
I also have never failed to get a perfect score during quailfications and it is the fastest thing around for getting on a target.
June 15, 2012
It is no wonder that this sight is the choice of the U S military. There is no holographic sight available that is even close in comparison in terms of sight picture, quality and ease of use. I am 60 yoa and I wear glasses because my sight is not what it used to be. Before I mounted this sight on my Remington Tactical 870, I could not get a decent sight picture. Let me assure you that is no longer a problem irregardless of whether it is day or night. Best investment that I have made in a long time.
April 18, 2012
EOTech well worth the money
I had reservations about spending over $400 on a non magnified sight, but the EOTech is worth every penney. My groups at 100 yards are impressive with my M&P15. The adjustable reticle intensity makes it easy to see the reticle on even in very bright sunlight.
June 7, 2011
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.
I have read some reviews for this product and can't seem to get the same results. One review said "good to 300 yards". When adjusting the scope, at 200 yards the target was so small I was not comfortable when siting it in. I wouldn't feel good at 200 yards (forget 300) that I would have a kill shot. I do NOT have the extra $500 magnifier. Any suggestions? Am I just too old fashion? Should I just go back to a regular scope? Need some ideas
Frankly I do not see this as a long range optic. It was prouduced to use on Law Enforcement and Military weapons but works well for small game or I have heard Turkey. It will get on target faster then anything you own. As you are aware with the holograph you do not even have to be inline with the sight to obtain a good target. If this is to be your only optic for hunting and you shoot long range you have the wrong thing. SWAROVSKI: there is none better. Try the Z5.
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