Nikon P-Tactical SuperDot Red-Dot Sight Now Shipping

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posted on June 21, 2018
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Nikon’s new red-dot sight is now headed for dealer shelves. The P-Tactical SuperDot joins Nikon’s growing family of optical sights for a variety of shooting platforms and applications. 

The sight is engineered with fully multicoated lenses and Nikon’s proprietary “TRUCOLOR” coating, which virtually eliminates the bluish tint associated with red dot sights. The sight’s 2 MOA dot is adjustable with 10 levels of brightness—the first two settings being night vision compatible—and is centered within the field of the 22mm sighting window for a wide field of view with unlimited-and-non-critical eye relief.

 

Windage and elevation adjustments are in 1-MOA increments and are made using the integral tool on the top of each cap. The internal adjustment range for both elevation and windage is 100 MOA.

Nikon builds this optic on a compact (2.8" x 1.7" x 1.7"), lightweight (4.2 oz.) aluminum alloy chassis that is shockproof and waterproof (IPX7). The sight includes a removable rail mount with height spacer for fast, easy mounting to AR-platform rifles or any firearm with Picatinny rail or base. 

MSRP is $199.95. For more, visit NikonSportOptics.com

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