Three Laser Sight Systems Added to Bushnell AR Optics Line

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posted on October 18, 2017
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Bushnell has added three high-end laser sights to its line of AR optics, specifically to the Haste, Chase and Rush models. 

“More and more MSR users are finding the benefits of laser sighting systems impossible to ignore,” said AR Optics Line Manager Bryan Parrish. “Our engineers worked tirelessly to advance these systems, with innovative designs purpose-built for the rifle platform.”



Waterproof, ergonomic and ready for every MSR—including AR pistols—the Bushnell AR Optics Haste is a forward-grip lasers available in red or green.  The Haste mounts under the bore, and provides a bright, continuous, long-lasting beam with the push of a single button. Waterproof construction ensures it won’t falter in bad weather. Keeping the laser in-line with the bore is paramount to accuracy, said Parrish said, allowing for a better grip on the rifle and a more stable shooting platform.



The AR Optics Chase is two sights in one. Push a button for a bright, continuous laser beam available in red or green. The post flips up for a physical sight. The Chase mounts over the bore, allowing for a seamless, accurate transition between multiple targets. The back-up sight is ideal for longer shots, and integration saves valuable space on the accessory rail.

“Back-up iron sights are an important part of many shooters’ MSR accessory kit,” Parrish said. “We combined the BUIS with a laser to cut weight and also increase the laser’s accuracy by aligning it with the bore.” 



The AR Optics Rush is a hi-rise optics mount with built-in laser sight for close quarter environments. The integrated, offset laser saves space on the rifle. Available in red or green, it projects a continuous, powerful beam with one push of a button. It replaces standard optics mounts, and is compatible with any optic that can be mounted on a picatinny rail.

For more information, visit bushnell.com

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