M4 Reflex Sight
Reflex sight is a type of an optical device that makes use of the collimation phenomenon, i.e. the acquisition of a light beam with minimal spread. First such sight was developed in the 60s of 20th century by a Swedish inventor N. Ruder. Currently reflex sights are regarded as the optimal type of a sight when it comes to firing on a range of up to 200 m. Due to the fact that the light emitted by reflex sights is most commonly red (currently it is also frequently amber) in English literature this type of sight is commonly referred to as “Red Dot”.
The sight was made from metal. Battery compartment is located in the brightness adjustment knob, while the aimpoint is a red or green dot - depending on the settings of the user. The sight can be adjusted in terms of intensity of the illuminated aimpoint - for each colour.
The aimpoint’s position can be adjusted vertically and horizontally. Attachable to a replica via a mount compatible with a RIS 22 mm mounting rail. The set includes also lens covers.
The set includes:
- reflex sight replica
- 3 LR44 batteries
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This is a value that includes the weight of the replica, magazine and other accessories that are include in set without a battery, charger, cleaning rod, etc., etc.
Montaż teleskopu to ta część instrumentu, która łączy tubus teleskopu z jego podstawą.
RIS 22 mm
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|Crosshair backlight [eng]:|
green, red, blue