ATN Digital Ultra Sight
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- ATN Digital Ultra Sight, battery, owner guide, warranty
- Push button 5 reticle patterns
- Reticle brightness adjustment, level memory, and pattern memory
- Heads up, both eyes open display for extra wide field of view with instant target acquisition
- Two Year limited warranty
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ATN Red Dot Ultra Sight is designed for both eyes open, heads-up rapid target acquisition with a new revolutionary feature called MultiAim® making this the only sight on the market where the user can with the push of a button, instantaneously change the reticle pattern on the sight without shift in the point of impact. Digitally controlled MultiAim® allows a ray of features such as 5 reticle patterns to choose from; reticle brightness adjustments; brightness level memory; reticle pattern memory and low battery indication. Since there are no moving parts the reliability of this device is greater than standard reflex sights. Heads up display for extra wide field of view. Efficient electrical design for long battery life. High intensity diode for super bright reticle pattern. Optional bright light filter available. Requires 1 each 3V lithium CR2023 battery, included. ATN manufactures and distributes the widest array of Night Vision weapon sights in the world. We are a sales and marketing leader in the US. Unsurpassed customer service on both our website and 800#, our technicians are the most knowledgeable in the world. We manufacture for the US military, law enforcement, the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security.
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"I'm sorry to hear the replacement item had the same problem as your first order. This usually doesn't happen. Since it's likely another replacement would arrive defective, I won't trouble you with another replacement."
Really? When I was willing to try one more time Amazon was not willing to "trouble me" with a replacement that I requested?
-great field of view
-the buttons react well and don't feel cheap
-the choice of reticles were great
-mounting and zeroing was easy and the reticle did seem to hold position after dismounting and mounting several times
-The slanted reticle was just too much to think I could live with it
-The sight's display sit very high so if you try to co-witness with iron sights the reticle will be at the absolute bottom of the display crystal
I also tried to contact ATN to see if they would be able to repair it or maybe send a replacement with a level reticle and was told they would only send a replacement and they would not know if I was getting a sight with the same problem or not.
This was my experience, take it for what it is worth...
I've mounted mine on a Ruger MK III.
While I'd purchased my Ultra-Sight in the mid $60's(a good price)You'll need the Bright Light Filter ($25)to utalize the sight under all lighting conditions.
This is a fast acquisition sight and with the (5) different reticicals and reostat settings is a fun item.
The Bad: There's a small spring in the cap that is removed to insert the battery. It fell out, without me noticing it, when I inserted the battery for the first time. Caused the sight to shut off when the rifle was fired. They wouldn't just send me the spring, they wanted the sight returned.
After the above was corrected, the selected reticle changes when the rifle is fired. Factory loads in a standard M1A Scout. Changes on it's own every 1-3 shots. It's headed for a second return.
Be aware the company name of "American Technologies" doesn't refer to where their sights are manufactured. This one was made in Belarus. They omit this info from their website and marketing materials. Why?