Browe Tactical Optic – Browe 4x Power in 7075-t6

Browe Optics has introduced their Browe Tactical Optic which incorporates the same glass, electronics, and internals as the Browe Combat Optic (originally titanium) into a 7075-T6 aluminum housing. The Browe Tactical optic maintains Browe’s signature SIC (single intuitive control).


Specs (from Browe):

  • Magnification: 4x
  • Entrance Pupil: 32mm
  • Exit Pupil: 8mm
  • Eye Relief: 37mm
  • Length:  132mm nominal
  • Width: 67mm nominal
  • Weight:   16.7 oz.
  • Field of view: 7 °
  • Center Bore Height above Rail: 1.53″
  • Adjustment at 100 yards: .5 MOA
  • Adjustment: Internally adjustable prism
  • Reticle pattern: 7.62mm Crosshair Reticle
  • Ballistic Compensated:  7.62mm
  • Color Day/Night: Red, Amber, Blue, or Green
  • Illumination source: LED
  • Illumination source controlled-Automatic: Cadmium-Sulfide photocell and flash programmable Microcontroller
  • Illumination source controlled-Manual: 10 days settings and 3 night vision
  • Battery Usage Life: 2000 hrs. Typ. (Min. 775hrs. on max brightness)
  • Housing Material:  Aluminum 7075-T6
  • Water Proof: 42m / 130ft.
  • Fog proof: Filled with dry nitrogen
  • Lens Coatings: Broad Band Anti-Reflective Coatings

For its introduction, Browe is running a 30% off MSRP special. Further, Browe is allowing users to customize their optic from the ground up including reticle, reticle color, and housing color (Black or FDE).


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.

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  • 30% off = $875. I wish Browe would release a less-frilly version and try to hit the $600 price point.

    • gunslinger


    • avconsumer2

      Indeed. Good luck to ’em at full price.

      • They’ll not sell and then..Oh it’s 50% now! 60%? ok 80%? LOL

  • sianmink

    So pretty much their MSRP is the same as the street price for the proven TA-02 ACOG?
    Tough sell.

    • Their warranty is a joke, too. Two years… Trijicon is five years.

      SOMEONE needs to do what Aimpoint did with the PRO, and get a combat-ready 3x or 4x prism sight at the $500-$600 mark. I just can’t believe there’s no way of doing that.

      • Drew Coleman

        Vortex Spitfire maybe?

        • The Spitfire is Chinese-made and uses a proprietary mounting system. I run a 1x on my SW SP10, and I like it for the price point, but they need to up the game a bit and engineer for specific durability.

  • echelon

    Yay! Another overpriced optic…

  • CrankyFool

    Well, realistically, is there really a noticeable ballistic difference between, say, 7.62×39, 7.62×51, and 7.62x54r? They all basically use the same bullet with the same powder to go about the same distance with the same velocity, right? Right?


    • Chris

      Just wondering, could I get this to work with my 308?

      ( double duck )

    • Phil Elliott

      I hope that was sarcasm on your part, about the Soviet cart. and NATO cart. Soviet 123 gr. at 2400 maybe? NATO 147 gr at 2700