Users' questions

Are EOTech replicas good?

Are EOTech replicas good?

Unlike the legit models, EOTech replicas are only reflex sights or simple dot sights. With this, these copies are more affordable. However, this should not discourage you from purchasing these alternatives. These sights are still useful as they offer decent magnification and sighting.

Do Navy Seals use EOTech or Aimpoint?

The U.S.’s elite military units commonly use the Aimpoint and EOTech red dot sights, just to name a few. They have used the Aimpoint Comp M2 & M4 EOTech 553 Holographic Sight’s past and present. As a Navy SEAL, I used the Aimpoint, ACOG TA01NSN and Colt 4 X 20.

What’s wrong with EOTech?

EOTech maintains that it has fixed two other problems that have affected its sights’ accuracy. One issue was moisture incursion, also called reticle fade, Baily said, explaining that EOTech replaced a component in the sight that fixed the problem in 2014.

How much does a EOTech cost?

EOTECH XPS2 Holographic Weapon Sight

List Price: $665.00 Details
You Save: $149.00 (22%)

Is SightMark holographic?

Sightmark red dot sights utilize advanced holographic laser technology to project a pinpoint laser over your iron sights that’s only visible to the shooter. Maintain your depth perception and peripheral vision while increasing accuracy by attaching these SightMark products to your favorite weapon.

What AR15 do Navy Seals use?

M4A1 assault rifle
The M4A1 assault rifle has been used by the SEAL teams since it was introduced into service in 1994. It is a personal favorite among U.S. Special Operations Forces due to its versatility, power, and range.

Does the military use Eotech 512?

Thousands of EOTECH sights are used by federal law enforcement and military, including special operations forces.

Does the military use EOTech?

The EOTECH 553 is in U.S. military service under the designation SU-231/PEQ and M553 in the commercial market. A specialty sight for the grenade launcher has also been accepted by the U.S. military with the designation SU-253/PEQ. Their first holographic sight was introduced in January 1996.

Why are EOTech sights so expensive?

Holographic sights are considerably more expensive than red dot sights, due to their complexity as well as there being only two manufacturers of holographic sights.

Are Sightmark Optics any good?

The packaging is very good, it includes rings and a nice printed user manual. The turrets have crisp clicks, the scale alignment is not perfect though, only one of the three scopes has turrets that align on the marks perfectly. Eye relief is not the best, but is usable. Reticle is well defined and easy to read.

Is there Parallax on a real EOTech 552?

There are many who swear by EOTech as being 100% “parallax free” while others have voiced their complains on various gun forums and youtube videos. In our case, testing a real EOTech 552 Holographic Sight, there was definitely parallax and it was only about 50% less than the fake EOTech.

Are there any knock off of the EOTech?

Luckily, the popularity of the EOTech design opened up an entirely new category of optics: the holographic, open red dot–great knock off Eotechs, if you will.

What’s the difference between the real and fake EOTech?

While the fake EOTech spans the entire length of the 4 inch coffee mug, the real EOTech covers about half that distance. This was a huge surprise for us, not something we were expecting prior to making this comparison. Surprisingly, for the difference in price, I would have expected the core function of the red dot to be spot on!

Which is the best clone of EOTech sight?

Best EOTech Clone! EOTech is a pretty popular name in the gun, airsoft, and even the video game world! They made a name for themselves with their iconic holographic sight. How does it compare to a $35 Made in China knock-off? At first glance, they both look practically the same.