I think it’s safe to say that most of us have more than one long gun in the safe. Whether it’s a shotgun and an AR, multiple ARs, or some cool combo of them all, they need a sighting system. Red dots have become a standard for optics. Simple, reliable, and easy to use, they are ideal for turning up your Ricky Bobby. If you’re looking to add a red dot to a rifle without ringing out your checking account, Strike Industries is on your side. The first from Strike’s SIOPTO optics line, the SCOUTER is a contender at only $249.95.
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The SIOPTO SCOUTER is the first optical sight to premiere from the SIOPTO line of products. The SCOUTER is a unique original distinguished design by SIOPTO and Strike Industries engineers. This is a precision CQB/CQC aiming solution at a competitive price point that provides functionality needed to operate in austere conditions
The NEW SIOPTO SCOUTER From Strike Industries
The SCOUTER’s one-piece sight housing and its absolute height mounting base are both CNC machined out of 6061-T6 aluminum alloy. The red dot uses a collimated wedge lens with a multi-layer coating to keep your image crisp and clear. The battery housing, designed by SIOPTO, provides protection for the single CR2032 Li-ion battery. The SCOUTER boasts a two-year battery life on the #6 (of 11) brightness setting. Helping to boost that life, it also features a two-hour auto shutoff with shake-awake technology. The SCOUTER is not night vision compatible. It uses the Aimpoint T1/T2 footprint and comes with a 1913 mount.
- Length: 3.12″
- Width: 1.78″
- Height: 1.52″
- Weight: 6.30 oz with battery and mount
- Field of view: 20mm
- MSRP: $249.95
If you’re in the market for a red dot that won’t break the bank, this could fit your needs. To pick one up, head over to the Strike Industries website. If you want more information on this and other products from Strike, follow them on social media. They can be found on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube. Stay safe and keep training!
The NEW SIOPTO SCOUTER From Strike IndustriesThe Firearm Blog is written by Nic L for www.thefirearmblog.com