SHOT Show 2017: SIG Sauer Electro-Optics ECHO1 Thermal Imaging Reflex Sight

posted on January 31, 2017

It’s one of those gadgets that you don’t think you need—until you see it in use. That’s what happens when you try the new SIG Sauer Electro-Optics ECHO1 Thermal Imaging Reflex Sight. The sight, which uses temperature levels to provide clear target imagery regardless of light conditions, functions like a conventional reflex sight but with greatly improved situational awareness—out beyond 1,000 yards. The ECHO1 can even take pictures in individual and burst modes for downloading. A color LCD displays white hot, black hot, and multiple temperature settings. To learn all of the features of the ECHO1, watch this SHOT Show 2017 video, or go to sigsauer.com



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