EOTech 552LBC2 Weapon Sight

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Part No. 552LBC2
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The battle-proven Model 552 has been the sight of choice by military units like Stryker Brigade, 10th Mountain and 3rd Infantry for many years. As a trusted optic that can withstand great punishment, the 552 has just gotten better. Introducing the new 552.LBC2 with integrated low- power visible and IR lasers. It is the same rugged optic with upgraded laser features, making it the perfect Close Quarter Battle (CQB) optic for military and law enforcement personnel.

Product: 552.LBC2
Length x Width x Height: 5.4" x 3.27" x 2.25" (137 x 83 x 57 mm)
Weight: 13.4 oz (382 g)
Waterproof: to 33 ft. (10 m)
Color/Finish: black
Mount: 1" Weaver or MIL-STD-1913 rail
Return to Zero: 1 MOA after remounting
Brightness: 30 settings (10 for NV)
Power Source: 2 x AA battery (supports lithium, alkaline)
Battery Life: 24 (alkaline) or 36 (lithium) continuous hrs at nominal setting 12 - both lasers on
Reticle Options: 65 MOA ring w/ single 1 MOA aiming dot

Will the HWS hold zero as temperature changes?

EOTech's sights will experience a point of impact shift away from the point of aim when the sight is used at a temperature different from the temperature at which the sight was zeroed. This shift is greater the more extreme the temperature change. For example, when a sight is zeroed at 70°F then acclimated to 50°F, less shift will occur. On the other hand, if zeroed at 70°F, then acclimated to 0°F, more shift could occur. The maximum shift will occur at temperature extremes and could be up to 5 MOA. Therefore, to acheive optimum accuracy, the sight should be re-zeroed whenever the temperature changes markedly from the temperature at which the sight was zeroed.

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