Featuring numerous mounting options, the Styrka S3 Red Dot Reflex Sight is a lightweight, dual-lens, non-magnified optic suitable for use with a broad range of firearms. Available with either a 3- or 6-m.o.a. aiming point, the sight ships installed to a low-rise Picatinny mount but also comes with a riser if additional height is needed for co-witness, and can also be directly affixed onto select optic-ready handgun slides. The unit offers 10 brightness settings, adjustable via two buttons located on the left side of its 6061-T6 aluminum housing, and the dot automatically shuts off after one hour of inactivity in order to prevent unnecessary draining of the side-mounted CR2032 battery. The Styrka S3 Red Dot Reflex Sight MSRPs for $290. For more information, check out strykastrong.com.
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