Weaver Red/Green Dot Sight

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posted on July 7, 2010
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Weaver Optics, one of the most trusted names in optics, rings and bases and an industry mainstay for 80 years, welcomes a new addition to their comprehensive line of riflescopes and binoculars. Available now, the new Red/Green Dot sight (MSRP: $307.49) is a perfect optic for a variety of shooting applications.

Ideal for turkey and big game hunts, as well as the fast action of tactical shooting, the Weaver Red/Green Dot continues the legendary Weaver performance. Backed by Weaver's 80 years of optics expertise, this new dot complements Weaver's existing line of optics and serves as the perfect choice for both young shooters and seasoned veterans alike.

Weaver's new Red/Green Dot is loaded with the modern advances of today's premium optics. This true 1x sight offers five red and five green brightness settings for various light conditions, four illumination modes and instant, accurate target acquisition. Removable front sunshade and adjustable rear hood ensures performance and comfort in all weather conditions while the spare battery compartment guarantees shooters will always have their dot ready for action.

Additional features include:

* Anti-reflective coating on exterior lens
* Waterproof / shockproof / fogproof performance
* Rugged 30mm tube with one-piece construction
* Adjustments are 1 MOA and parallax is set for 50-yards
* Four different illumination modes: Micro dot, dot, circle and circle with dot
* Integral adjustable mounting system mounts to a Weaver Base

For more information, go to weaveroptics.com.

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