Kruger Optical releases Quad Safe laser reflex sight

(Photo: Kruger)

Kruger intro’s the Quad Safe laser reflex sight with 1x zoom and windage/elevation adjustments. (Photo: Kruger)

Kruger Optical debuted its Quad Safe laser reflex sight, capable of being calibrated to correspond with a gun’s choke setting.

The Quad Safe design opts for a standard red dot reticle, alongside four lasers. The lasers project four dots on target to show the boundaries of the shotgun’s pattern. The lasers boast the ability to calibrate to the gun’s choke setting to accurately identify shot pattern sizes. Each individual laser brings it own power source to the table with each laser adjusting independently.

The sight features 1x zoom with windage/elevation adjustment of +/- 50 MOA. Reticles tout the ability to illuminate with five total brightness levels available.

Kruger Optical says it partnered with Ochoco Arms to bring the Quad Safe to life.

“We’ve partnered with Ochoco Arms of Prineville, Oregon, to create the ultimate self-defense sight for a shotgun,” said Kruger President Mark Thomas in a press release. “Our sight gives the shooter the advantage of seeing a clear zone of where their pattern will go.”

Sam Lambert, president and CEO of Ochoco Arms, said the partnership only brings more options to consumers looking for immediate feedback.

“The product will significantly reduce the risk of collateral damage associated with using a shotgun in a home defense or law enforcement environment by providing the user with immediate visual feedback on the spread pattern of their shot at range,” Lambert said in a statement. “Our combined technology with Kruger Optical’s robust craftsmanship will allow for an unparalleled end user experience.”

Kruger said the Quad Safe should be available to dealers and retailers come Spring. No word yet on pricing.

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