Sightmark Wolverine FSR Red Dot Sight

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The Sightmark Wolverine FSR Red Dot Sight is a durable red dot optic with a 2MOA dot reticle, designed for short-range engagements and quick target acquisition. The Wolverine’s extremely low power consumption delivers an incredible 1,000,000 hours battery life on low and 6 years continuous use on setting 6 from just a single AA battery. The Wolverine FSR Red Dot Sight is waterproof, fogproof and shockproof with rubber armored, single piece 6061-T6 aluminum housing. Glass is protected by a scratch resistant, anti-reflective lens coating. All Wolverines have night vision modes, making them compatible with night vision devices. Picatinny mount, riser for absolute co-witness, a rubber lens cover and a manual are included.

Reticle, Type 2 MOA Dot

Reticle, Color Red

Reticle, Illuminated yes

Setting, Brightness Off, NV1, NV2, 3-10

Magnification 1 x

Dimension, Window 28 mm

Material, Window glass

Eye Relief unlimited mm

Windage Range of Adjustment 120 MOA

Elevation Range of Adjustment 120 MOA

MOA Adjustment 1/2 MOA

Finish/Color Matte black

Body Material Aluminum 6061-T6 / Rubber

Maximum Recoil 800 g's

IP Standard IP67 (submersible to 1m / 3ft)

Shockproof yes

Fog Proof yes

Lens Coating AR red

Mount Type Picatinny

Battery Type AA

Battery Life (high) 900 - (low) 1,000,000 / 50,000 (setting 6) hours

Battery Voltage 1.5 V

Operating Temp, F/C -22 to 122 / -30 to 50 F/C

Length 4.4 / 113.5 in/mm

Width 2.9 / 75.1 in/mm

Height 2.6 / 65.3 in/mm

Weight 12.3 oz

  • 6 years of continuous battery life
  • Digital switch brightness controls
  • Scratch resistant, anti-reflective lens coating
  • Fog-proof, nitrogen purged
  • Rubber armored, single piece 6061-T6 aluminum housing
  • Adjustable mount height
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