American manufacturer Sightmark has a brace of new products that are sure to liven up your shop this year. GTW takes a look at them so that you don’t have to.
The Sightmark Ultra Shot M-Spec Reflex Sight
Featuring a digital switch control with six variable brightness levels for daytime use and six settings in night-vision mode, the new Sightmark Ultra Shot M-Spec Reflex Sight is built for adaptation to any shooting environment. Its magnesium-alloy housing offers exceptional durability, along with a battery life of up to 1,000 hours of superior functionality.
“The Ultra Shot M-Spec utilises a cast magnesium alloy, providing an extremely rigid and lightweight body that is stronger and lighter weight than aluminum,” said Jonathan Horton, director of product development. “The incorporation of an improved electronic system that is powered by a CR2 battery has greatly increased the battery life up to 1,000 hours. We’re very pleased to offer this to our customers.”
The device features a protective hood that shields it from impact and a shockproof frame for up to .50 calibre recoil. Fully submersible in up to 40 feet of water, the Ultra Shot M-Spec is equipped with dual-pane glass and a parallax-corrected lens system, allowing shooters to sight accurately from 10 yards to infinity.
The All-New LoPro Combo
Inspired by military designs, the Sightmark LoPro Combo delivers optimal precision, accuracy and versatility. This multi-functional laser and flashlight device can be mounted on a Picatinny or Weaver rail of an AR-15, either in front of a riflescope without interference with field of view, or on the side of the quad rail. Its 220-lumen LED flashlight can be used for clearing a room or quickly spotting targets in pitch-black darkness, and the laser is offset for clearing front sight post.
The LoPro Combo is equipped with push-button and pressure-pad operation, simplifying use and allowing the operator to quickly place the light where needed. Featuring 1in MOA click adjustments, the hand-adjustable windage and elevation turrets permit the user to zero in the laser dot for close-range shooting. Laser visibility ranges from 50 yards in the daytime to 600 yards at night.
Constructed of high-performance thermoplastic, the LoPro Combo yields a weather-resistance rating of IPX6, making it exceptionally reliable in a wide range of harsh climates. Built for durability in tactical scenarios, the unit is also resistant to 1,000Gs of maximum recoil.