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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.
|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)|
|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.
For more information, please see EOTech's FAQ Page at this link: EOtech FAQ Page
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