Sightmark Releases Ultra Shot M-Spec Reflex Sight

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Sightmark has released their latest red-dot sight, the Ultra Shot M-Spec. Those with keen eyes will see that it is very similar to their other red-dot models in terms of general size and shape.

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The Ultra Shot M-Spec’s new feature is Night Vision modes and a 65 MOA Circle Dot Crosshair (very similar to EO-Tech, eh?) Unlike EOtech’s 1 MOA center dot and 1/2 MOA adjustments, the SightMark is a 3 MOA dot and has 1 MOA adjustments. The battery is good for 90 hours at the brightest setting has a 1000 hour maximum at the lowest.

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The sight uses a fully magnesium housing is is rated IP-68 and for submersion down to 40 feet. The sights are available now and through major online retailers. Retail price is set at 239.99

Full Press Release Below:

(MANSFIELD, TEXAS) – Featuring a digital switch control with six variable brightness levels for daytime use and six settings in night vision mode, the new Sightmark® Ultra Shot™ M-Spec Reflex Sight is built for adaptation to any shooting environment. Its magnesium alloy housing offers exceptional durability along with a battery life of up to 1,000 hours of superior functionality.

“The Ultra Shot M-Spec utilizes a casted magnesium alloy, providing an extremely rigid and lightweight body that is stronger and lighter weight than aluminum,” said Jonathan Horton, Director of Product Development. “The incorporation of an improved electronic system that is powered by a CR2 battery has greatly increased the battery life. We’re very pleased to offer this to our customers.”

The device features a protective hood that shields it from impact and a shock-proof frame for up to .50 caliber recoil. Fully submersible up to 40 feet of water, the Ultra Shot M-Spec is equipped with dual-pane glass and a parallax-corrected lens system, allowing shooters to sight accurately from 10 yards to infinity.

The Ultra Shot™ M-Spec can be found at Optics Planet, Cabela’s, Cheaper Than Dirt!, and other online retailers.

http://sightmark.com/sm26005.html

About Sightmark®
Sightmark manufactures award-winning products including riflescopes, gun sights, laser sights, night vision, range finders, flashlights, bore sights and other shooting accessories. Inspired by military and law enforcement technology, Sightmark products are designed for hunting, competition, shooting, home defense, personal safety and tactical uses.



Nathan S.

One of TFB’s resident Jarheads, Nathan now works within the firearms industry. A consecutive Marine rifle and pistol expert, he enjoys local 3-gun, NFA, gunsmithing, MSR’s, & high-speed gear. Nathan has traveled to over 30 countries working with US DoD & foreign MoDs.

Nathan can be reached at Nathan.S@TheFirearmBlog.com

The above post is my opinion and does not reflect the views of any company or organization.


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  • Asdf

    So they went from Al to Mg and only saved .2 ounces?

  • That Guy

    Junk. I spent over $100 on a SightMark red dot once and the internals were destroyed after 8 shots from a 12-gauge pump-action shotgun. The liar behind the sales counter said it could withstand the recoil of .50 BMG. If you’re going to waste your money on SightMark products, use it on .22LR only. When it comes to optics/sights, always remember that you get what you pay for.

    • GUNxSPECTRE

      I feel like this falls under the category of “high-tier optic for airsoft gunsight”. While not robust for real powder, it should do well for an afternoon of mil-sim.

    • eric leonard

      You have nothing to say about the optic being reviewed? You’d rather bash the entire brand name because yours quit working, which was your fault btw. A 3″ 12 gauge fired from 7 or 8lb shotgun has more felt recoil than .50 bmg fired from a Barrett. Your entire comment is ignorant and irrelevant. I actually can’t wait to try this optic. I have the sightmark dual shot on an AK (7.62×39) which still holds zero and functions great after several hundred rounds. It’s not an eotech or aimpoint, but it’s an inexpensive optic that gets the job done as long as you don’t put it through hell.

  • Cymond

    I know real retail prices will be lower, but $240 seems very high for the level of quality I expect from a Sightmark. That’s getting pretty close to the price of decent quality optics.

  • valorius

    Its $100 at walmart. Should be great for a .22

  • Vang

    The M-Spec model is an awesome sight. I bought one and its an amazing crystal clear glass the 65 moa red circle and the 2 moa center dot as clear and as bright as the very expensive red dot. It is an excellent investment on this piece of glass you don’t have to break the bank to own a great sight. I can not believe how people throwing their money away for an expensive red dot that is not even worth half of the price they paid for. This M-Spec model is holding its zero shot after shot with no issue at all. I love the feature on this red dot a lot, I will be buying few more of this sight at a later if the one I am currently owned is holding up the way it is now. 🙂