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- Holographic Weapon Sight
- Compact, lightweight holographic weapon sight with 1x magnification
- Uses laser light to illuminate holographic red reticle projected on target plane
- Improves target acquisition, boosts accuracy, and increases control
- Leaves rail space for rear iron sights, magnifiers, and other tools
- Requires 123 lithium battery; measures 3.5 x 2.4 x 2 inches (W x H x D)
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It was very easy to get it sighted in at 50 yards. Each click adjusts it about 1/4 inch at 50 yards or 1/2 inch at 100 yards. I would recommend using a bench rest or bipod to sight it in to make things easier. If you watch my video I show you what the reticle looks like when aiming through it. I would have liked to make a longer video but Amazon only allows 100 megabytes.
Like I said this sight is designed for close quarters fast acquisition of targets under 100 yards. If you really want to shoot long distances you would probably be better served using iron sights or some sort of scope which can be adjusted on the fly.
This optic has very clear glass and it's a breeze to shoot with both eyes open. When aiming you maintain a nice wide field of view which I like. Be sure to mount it as far forward on your weapon's receiver as possible so you get the widest view. It has unlimited eye relief so it doesn't have to be close to your eye for the reticle to be clear.
I have put a few hundred rounds through mine and haven't experienced any sort of malfunctions when shooting a 5.56mm round. If I have any problems with it down the road I will update the review but for now it's working great.Read more ›
There are other model variants of the XPS2 that have other reticle patterns. The pattern is not selectable on this model, however. It provides only the circle-dot reticle described in this review.Read more ›
The big "feature" of this sight compared to other EOTechs is the cross-mounted single CR123 battery compartment. EOTech sights have had issues in the past with the longitudinally mounted batteries. This new cross-mount design is supposed to rectify those issues. I honestly have not shot this sight enough yet to encounter any failures, so if that is a result of the alternate design or simply a short lifespan so far I do not know. Suffice it to say the nature of the issues with the old sights cannot occur on this model.
The second big "feature" of this sight compared to other EOTechs is it's size and height. This is one of the smallest sights EOTech makes as well as one of the shortest. I have this sight mounted on my AR15 SBR. The easiest way to describe it's size is that mine is mounted directly over my ejection port and the sight is as long as the port cover on the top rail. This sight sits low so your iron sights (in my case an LMT A2 rear and a standard front sight post) lie right in the middle of the EOTech field of view. Other EOTech sights sit higher and offer what is known as 1/3 co-witness, meaning your iron sights align low in the sight picture. This allows you to use the sight "above" your BUIS or irons.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
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I originally had this at 5 stars (see review below). I had to send the Eotech back due to it not holding a zero (not even close to the zero). Read more
I was hesitant at first, and was holding off on if I should or should get this sight, ultimately decided to take the plunge and see if the hype was all worth it. Read morePublished 3 months ago by rafael casiano
Man I loved my eotech and used it for years with no problem. Now eotech lost a lawsuit to the US Army over faking their test results which would have shown that the POI can shift... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Bob Davis