The EXPS2 Holographic Weapon Sight is a lightweight, non-magnifying, optical sight designed for close to mid-range engagements. It provides very fast target acquisition and engagement at short ranges while providing the ability to aim out to 100, 200 or even 300 meters. Whether you're using the sight for law enforcement or hunting, EXPS series sights are the premier optics in the line.
Get the speed advantage of holographic sighting plus backup access to iron sights. Delivering an uncompromising targeting experience for tactical and recreational shooters, the increased height of our all-purpose EXPS2—like every model in the EXPS line— allows for lower third, co-witness of iron sights. Easy-to-adjust side buttons, quick-detach locking lever, and 20 brightness settings for dawn-to-dusk hunting and competitive shooting.
The 68 MOA ring with 1 MOA dot is ideal for fast target acquisition. It provides three usable aiming points; 50 and 200 yards at the center dot and 7 yards at the bottom of the circle.
EOTECH’s unique reticle patterns are critical to delivering fast target acquisition and MOA accuracy at any range. EOTECH reticles feature a 68 MOA ring surrounding a 1 MOA center dot allowing the shooter to quickly pick up and lock on a target.
|The most popular EOTech reticle offered, the 68 MOA ring with 1 MOA dot provides three usable aiming points. The aiming points above are based on the following load: 5.56mm 62 gr. (M855 ball) 2,900 vel.
When using other loads and calibers, the operator will have to establish the ranges associated with the aiming points. When using a shotgun, the 68 MOA ring can be used to represent shot patterns but will vary based on choke and shell selection. For ordering this reticle, the model codes will end in -0.
The standard ring found in most reticles equates to approximately 68" (5'8") at 100 yards.
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Manufacturer's Model Number EXPS2-0
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