EOTECH HYBRID SIGHT II

EOTECH HYBRID SIGHT II

SKU HHSII

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Product Information & Specs

The Holographic Hybrid Sight II HHS II has an EXPS22 with a G33.STS magnifier. Offering true 2 eyes open shooting a transversely mounted lithium 123 battery and 7 mm raised base offering iron sight access the EXPS2 features easy to adjust side buttons and a single quick release throw lever for easy attachment and removal. Regardless of the scenario it provides an unparalleled advantage when transitioning from shortrange to longrange shooting. The quick switchtoside STS mount offers a simple instant disengagement of the magnifier. The G33.STS magnifier is shorter and lighter than previous models with an improved mount for faster transitioning from 3x to 1x. The G33 offers tool free azimuth adjustment a larger fieldofview and an adjustable diopter for improved precise focusing. The HHS II combination is the perfect setup for hunting when your target is on the move.

UPC 672294570301
Length 7.7 IN.
Weight (OZ) 22.4 OZ.
Finish NOT SPECIFIED
Magnification 1 3X
Objective Size 33MM
Field of View 7.3 DEGREES
Eye Relief 2.2"
Tube Diameter 8.1"
Reticle 65 MOA RING/2 1 MOA DOTS
Waterproof WATER RESISTANT
Dot Size 1 MOA
Adjustment NOT SPECIFIED
Optic Coating NOT SPECIFIED
Windage Elevation NOT SPECIFIED













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