Sightmark releases Core Shot A-Spec reflex sight

10/12/18 10:30 AM | by

The Core Shot A-Spec reflex sight will arrive on scene later this year. (Photo: Sightmark)

Sightmark is set to debut a new reflex sight, the Core Shot A-Spec, created to fill the void between full-sized and mini red dot sights.

Constructed from aircraft-grade aluminum, the Core Shot A-Spec is shockproof, IP55 water-resistant and features a scratch-resistant lens coating. The reflex sight is equipped with a wide lens for easier and more efficient target acquisition.

The reflex sight sports slotted windage and elevation adjustments, digital switch controls and eight reticle brightness levels. The Core Shot A-Spec is also night vision compatible. The FMS sight boasts two separate mounts, AR riser mount and low-profile mount meanwhile the LQD is equipped with a quick detach mount.

The Core Shot A-Spec features a wide lens. (Photo: Sightmark)

“Sightmark’s Core Shot A-Spec is arriving during the fourth quarter of 2018 bringing precision, accuracy and reliability for avid shooters,” Sightmark said in a news release. “The Core Shot A-Spec bridges the gap between a full-sized and mini red dot sight, making them a mid-compact sized red dot perfect for AR pistols and SBRs.”

The Core Shot A-Spec will be available later this year. No pricing information has been released as of yet.

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