Offering a zero-magnification electronic reflex style sight, the MTD-30 is parallax free granting hunters the ability to quickly get on target and down birds. Featuring a brightness sensor that automatically adjusts brightness to ensure the 4 MOA red dot is visible, the sight looks to prevent starbursts in the sight picture while aiming. The sight’s Max Tac Red Dot boasts an anti-reflective flash-kill device. This feature shields the objective lens from direct sunlight, preventing birds from seeing lens flare.
The MTD-30 mounts to Weaver-style one-piece bases or Picatinny rails using a solid Picatinny rail machined into the housing itself.
“This is one of the toughest electronic red-dot sights built today, featuring ruggedly machined aluminum housing,” Hi-Lux said in a statement. “The MTD-30 is a zero-magnification (1x) electronic reflex type sight that is parallax free – allowing the shooter to quickly get on target and quickly take the shot. The 30mm lenses are fully multi-coated to insure the clearest and brightest sight picture possible with a sight of this design.”
The MTD-30 is available from Hi-Lux with a price tag of $120.
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