Sightmark Mini Shot Pro Spec Reflex Sight

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posted on November 13, 2012
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Sightmark has released the Mini Shot Pro Spec Reflex Sight, an improved version of the company's compact, lightweight reflex sight.

The Mini Shot Pro Spec features five brightness settings, double-paned glass and is available in two models—one with a red reticle, the other with a green reticle.

It features a front-mounted, digital on/off switch for easy activation. The Mini Shot Pro Spec is designed to help user keep both eyes open during use.

The Mini Shot Pro Spec comes standard with a removable base and weaver/picatinny mount with additional pistol mounts sold separately. It's protected by Sightmark's Limited Lifetime Warranty.

For more information, go to Sightmark.com.

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