Sightmark’s new Ultra Shot M-Spec reflex sight has six brightness levels for daytime use and six additional settings in night vision mode, all controlled by a digital control switch. This allows for use in any environment and quick adjustment if conditions change. It has a tough magnesium alloy housing for exceptional durability and lightweight strength.
“The Ultra Shot M-Spec utilizes a casted magnesium alloy, providing an extremely rigid and lightweight body that is stronger and lighter weight than aluminum,” said Jonathan Horton, Sightmark’s Director of Product Development. “The incorporation of an improved electronic system that is powered by a CR2 battery has greatly increased the battery life. We’re very pleased to offer this to our customers.”
It has a red 65 MOA circle dot crosshair reticle and dual-pane glass with a parallax-corrected lens system for unlimited eye relief. The entire lens assembly is housed within a protective hood. The new electronics system provides up to 1,000 hours of operation.
The Ultra Shot M-Spec’s frame is shock-proof up to .50 caliber and it can be submersed in up to 40 feet of water. It is adjustable for elevation and windage. It weighs 8 ounces and features an integrated Picatinny/Weaver rail quick-detach mount.