Sightmark Ultra Shot Plus Makes its Mark with Red Dot Quality

The Ultra Shot Plus has 8 illuminated reticle patterns and features super-fast target acquisition.

(MANSFIELD, TEXAS 2016/09/21) – Professional law enforcement and competitive shooters alike often have only seconds… or fractions of one… to acquire a target and neutralize it. For first responders, such a challenge can dictate whether they make it home or not. Sightmark works tirelessly to ensure professionals and enthusiasts alike can depend on our products no matter how high the stakes might be.

Designed as a high-quality red dot sight with industry-leading value for serious professionals and shooting enthusiasts, the Sightmark Ultra Shot Plus (SM26008) delivers reliable performance, hard-knocks toughness and lightning-quick target acquisition, even when shooting off-angle. The Sightmark Ultra Shot Plus features advanced scratch-resistant, multi-coated glass protected by a rock-solid, hard-anodized, matte black aircraft-grade 6061-T6 precision-machined aluminum.

The Sightmark Ultra Shot Plus Reflex Sight boasts 120-MOA windage/elevation adjustability (1 MOA per click) and 8 illuminated “red dot” reticle patterns with 11 brightness options (including off). Options include 4 red and 4 green patterns with 3-MOA and 5-MOA dots and 30-MOA and 50-MOA circles and crosshairs depending on reticle selection. Reticle patterns include a circle with crosshairs, lone crosshairs, circle with red dot, and a lone red dot.

Powered by CR123A battery and digital switch operation, the IPX4 weather-resistant Ultra Shot Plus Reflex Sight offers a runtime range of 180 hrs. up to 2,000 hrs. for long-lasting dependability, mounts on Picatinny and Weaver rail applications, and performs flawlessly in a temperature range of 0° – 120°F.

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