WOLF Optic’s PSU 1x/4x Gunsight – SHOT Show Optic Preview

    WOLF Performance Optic, a sister company of WPA (WOLF Performance Ammunition), introduces at the SHOT Show 2014 the PSU 1x/4x32mm gunsight. It’s a switchable 1x to 4x magnification optic in the similar style as the highly regarded ELCAN Specter DR 1x/4x gunsight.



    The new PSU 1x/4x is build by the Russian NPZ optic plant and imported by WOLF Optic for the US market. The NPZ optic plant was started by Carl Zeiss in the 1905 and it have been producing optics for the Russian military optic since World War I. A number of features were added for the US market such as MIL adjustment, 1.5 inch sight height, 1913 rail mounting interface and markings in English.



    The PSU offers a true 1x magnification and at 4x magnification it covers 6.5 degree field of view. It’s between the Trijicon ACOG 4×32’s 7-deg and ELCAN’s 6-deg FOV. The PSU also features a large ocular lens size with a large 8mm exit pupil and a consistent 2.75 inch of eye relief. Two QD levers are included with it’s 1913 Picatinny mount.



    The WOLF PSU 1x/4x32mm sight is 7.4 inch in length and it weights 24.6 ounces. The sight housing is machined from solid aluminum alloy and it’s shock and water proof. The illuminated reticle is power by a single common CR2032 lithium 3V battery. There are 7 intensity settings for the reticle illumination. Since the reticle is etched into the glass, the sight will work without battery.



    A close-up of the lever that switches the magnification from 1x to 4x. The PSU’s reticle is consist of a large horseshoe for fast CQB, inside it there are BDCs for 200m to 800m ranges. There are two short track bars on either side of the horseshoe. A stratametric rangefinder is located under the horseshoe.




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