Armament Technology is very excited to introduce a first for the Shooting Sport and Professional - triple field of view rifle sight that continues on with ELCAN's tradition of leading optical performance and in the field ruggedness.
The SpecterTR is a 1/3/9x magnification scope giving any shooter the appropriate level of magnification required for any scenario on an AR style platform. The unique three field-of-view design maximizes combat effectiveness by providing precision close quarter, mid-range, and long range engagement capability. The SpecterTR rifle sight’s durability, versatility, and extra-long eye relief provides the user with an unmatched advantage on the battle field.
The 1x field-of-view provides a 16° viewing angle and an extremely fast, “both eyes open” target acquisition capability maximized by a red aiming dot and long eye relief. The second field-of-view provides a 3x-magnified sight with a field–of-view of 6°, range compensating reticle, and precision mid-range marksmanship capability. In 9x, a crystal clear 2° viewing angle provides unmatched long-range target detection, identification, and engagement capability –all in a compact, lightweight telescopic package.
The magnification of the SpecterTR Tri-FOV weapon sight by ELCAN switches easily and quickly using a 3-position dial mounted on the side of the optical housing.
Note- The optic axis height (from the top of the mounting rail to the center of the scope tube) is 1.535"
Includes Killflash anti-reflection device and Tenebrex Tactical Tough flip covers
They were out of stock when I ordered it but they let me know the whole story with why and got it delivered pretty quick (4-6weeks sooner than anybody else )I bought this to put on a savage 110 elite precision , it’s built very sturdy very impressed with the quality , I don’t have much experience with other bipods other than the generic stuff along the lines of Harris etc. but leaps and bounds in differences definitely worth the money!
I recently bought this as a gift for my son, so I can not make any claims towards longterm durability. Installation is stupid simple. If you own a flat head screwdriver and can remove the factory handguards, you’re good. If you have some thread locker, you’re even better. Once installed, handguards are extremely solid feeling, and the integrated qd sockets are a nice feature. These are inevitably compared to the KAC M4 RAS. The only negative difference I can come up w/ is the lack of a heat shield. I don’t know how much that matters, but I’m betting it will be a nonissue.