EOTECH’s Maiden Voyage into the MRDS Space Debuts at SHOT SHOW 2023

The EFLX™ is EOTECH’s opening salvo into the highly competitive MRDS space. The new offering, from this prestigious supplier, is designed for pistol use. EOTECH chose the Leupold® Delta Point Pro™ footprint and will adapt to appropriately milled slides or onto a rear dovetail mounting adapter. Robustness was not compromised with a durable, heavy duty aluminum housing and large square viewing window. The company claims that its new EFLX maintains the same aspect ratio as EOTECH’s HWS, making its 3 or 6 MOA aiming dot easy and quick to find. The sight is powered by a single top loaded 2032 battery that provides 20,000 hours of run time.

The EFLX can be used on several pistol platforms, and it’s also an ideal choice for shotguns or rifles with magnified optics.

What impressed me most about this excellent sight was the raised pushbuttons, making operation much easier.

Specifications:

Night Vision Compatible


Dimensions :1.9″ x 1.2″ x 1″ (47 x 30.5 x 25.4 mm)

Weight: 1.4oz (35g)

Mount: Leupold® Delta Point Pro™

Windage & Elevation Adjustment: 1 MOA per click

Brightness: 8 daylight settings / 1 night vision setting

Power Source: 1 X CR2032 battery

Battery Life: Approx 25,000 hours (3MOA dot) at brightness level 5 / Approx 20,000 hours (6MOA dot) at brightness level 5

Country of Origin: Assembled in USA

M.S.R.P: $389

Warranty:
EOTECH guarantees every product to be free from manufacturing defects in material and workmanship
under normal use for a period of ten (10) years from the manufacturer’s date or customer’s proof of purchase. See EOTECH’s Prestige Warranty details for more detailed information.

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