Sightmark Unleashes Compact Wolverine Red Dot Sights

Two models deliver unlimited eye relief with first-class battery life


The Sightmark Wolverine is made for CQB and designed especially for shotguns and SBRs.

(MANSFIELD, TEXAS 2015/12/16) – Sightmark® is proud to announce the release of the Wolverine lineup of red dot sights, designed for quick target acquisition and offered in both CSR and FSR models. The rugged new line of sights delivers unlimited eye relief and first-class battery life with an average of 50,000 hours using just a single AA battery in a durable, shockproof design. The responsive Wolverine sights are housed in a single piece of 6061-T6 aluminum that is rubber-armored and protected by a scratch-resistant, anti-reflective lens coating.

Fog proof and nitrogen purged, the Wolverine family of sights is designed to provide shooters the ability to take aim in a variety of conditions and temperatures ranging from -22 to 122 F. The Wolverine was built to adapt and is ready for anything. Both models sport an IP67 waterproof rating and are submersible to three feet. Wolverine red dot sights have an adjustable mount height and are compatible with Picatinny mounts.

The Wolverine CSR Red Dot Sight is designed specifically for shotguns and short-barreled rifles. The CSR sports a 4 MOA red dot reticle with a 23mm objective lens and adjustable digital switch brightness controls. Compact and light, the CSR model weighs only 10.3 ounces, and along with the FSR, offers very low power consumption. The CSR also offers variable brightness and night vision modes, which enables the ability to co-witness with a night vision sight.

Designed for short-range engagements, the Wolverine FSR Red Dot Sight is specifically built for the AR platform. A digital switch controls the brightness of the 2 MOA red dot reticle with a 28mm objective lens that is specifically engineered for more rapid target acquisition. The durable FSR model weighs only 12.3 ounces and is built for a lifetime of use. Learn more at www.sightmark.com.