Sightmark’s Ultra Shot M-Spec, Now With Real Carbon Fiber!

 

image(MANSFIELD, TEXAS) – Hunters, competition shooters and law enforcement have come to trust Sightmark’s Ultra Shot M-Spec series to help them make their mark. Now, this dependable line of reflex sights is adding a new variant to the mix: introducing the Ultra Shot M-Spec FMS Carbon Fiber Reflex Sight (SM26015).

Taking advantage of the same robust optical design as other M-Spec models, the all-new Carbon Fiber FMS is a special offering for Sightmark’s 10 year Anniversary and features a carbon fiber protective hood, helping it weigh-in 30% lighter than other popular reflex sights at just 7.1 oz. Boasting a 65 MOA circle dot crosshair with 2 MOA central dot reticle, the M-Spec Carbon Fiber is as durable as they come with a scratchproof lens, cast magnesium alloy housing, IP68 waterproof rating (submersible to 40 ft.), Interlok™ internal locking system and a recoil rating up to .50 caliber.

Night vision compatible, the Carbon Fiber M-Spec co-witnesses with night vision devices and select magnifiers. An advanced, true color anti-reflective lens coating improves low light performance and helps with night vision compatibility as well. The sight’s unique motion sensing auto-on feature automatically shuts the M-Spec off if it sits motionless for more than 5 minutes. Ideal for use on AR15s and MSRs, the Ultra Shot M-Spec Carbon Fiber is equipped with unlimited eye relief and a parallax-corrected optical lens system, allowing shooters to sight accurately from 10 yards to infinity. Built to adapt to any environment thrown its way, this reflex sight offers 1,000 hours of battery life off a single CR2 battery. The Carbon Fiber M-Spec FMS includes neoprene cover, adjustment tools, battery and manual.

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