EOTech XPS3-2 Holographic Weapon Sight - Black

EOTech XPS3-2 Holographic Weapon Sight - Black

Code: EO-XPS3-2

$629.00 $589.00

In Stock
This product qualifies for free shipping!

Don't Miss This Deal!

Take 5% off of this product today by using discount code:


Use code at checkout

Product Description

The Black XPS3-2 Holographic Weapon Sight from EOTech is an unmagnified aiming device designed for fast target acquisition and enhanced situational awareness. EOTech's unique holographic reticle concept makes the aiming point visible in any lighting condition and remains centered on the target regardless of the operator's shooting angle. Additionally, this Holographic Weapon Sight (HWS) reduces blind spots and tunnel vision common in tube sights, as well as enabling both-eyes-open shooting.

The XPS Series is the shortest and lightest HWS produced by EOTech. Running on a single CR123 battery mounted perpendicular to the receiver, it leaves more rail space than previous models for iron sights, magnifiers, or NVDs. The control buttons are mounted in the rear, i.e. facing the shooter. This configuration of the XPS3 features two subtention dots in a 65 MOA circle, for bullet drop compensation. The reticle is visible in any lighting condition and has 10 brightness settings specifically intended for use with NVDs, helping to control halo and blooming effects.

Product Data

Front Window: 1/8" solid glass
Rear Window: 3/16" shatter-resistant laminate
Anti-glare coated front and rear window
Heads-up display reduces blind spots
Transmission holograph is is parallax free and visible in any light condition
Reticle has two 1 MOA dots inside 65 MOA circle
Brightness: 20 daylight settings and 10 NV compatible settings

Function & Power:
1/2" adjustment clicks, 40 MOA W/E range
Battery check indicator flashes reticle at start-up
Automatic shut-down at 8 hr, programmable to 4 hr
Integrated quick-release throw lever mount compatible with Picatinny-Type rails.

Controlled under Export Administration Regulations (EAR); may not be exported without proper authorization by the U.S. Department of Commerce.