Lucid Introduces the P7 4x Optic

    Lucid has introduced their P7 4x Optic, a fixed-power low-magnification combat scope. Featuring a new reticle designed with a built-in BDC. Rather than orient the optic specifically to one loading and barrel length, the optic features 8 MOA drop dots, numbered on the right.

    The reticle is illuminated by a single AA battery is automatically adjusted based on ambient light. Lucid states that the battery is good for 2500 hours. The optic is rated as “100% Waterproof, Shockproof, and Fogproof.” Exposed turrets are good for 1/2 MOA clicks.


    Description by Lucid:

    Over the years, LUCID has had many requests for a 4x magnified combat optic. True to LUCID fashion, we always listen to our customers. Through heavy R&D we settled on a intricate mix of features and benefits put together in the standard durable way we do things where overkill being is underrated.

    We gave the NEW P7 a crystal clear 4x optical performance and a proven cast aircraft grade aluminum frame for proven durability, then wrapped it in the same chemical rubber housing as we do with the HD7. Keeping with the success we had in offering a unit with a common power source, we built the electronics of the P7 around the readily available AA power source providing up to 2500 hours of “on target” use.

    The P7 has offers fast targeting with a highly useful ballistic MOA measuring tape in the (P7) reticle. This reticle is specifically designed to offer the fast target acquisition necessary in a combat optic, along with highly useful MOA measuring tape, ballistic hold over information up to 80 MOA in elevation. This reticle will allow for the operator to manage any
    target with relative ease, near or far.

    As expected, the P7 has been designed from the ground up to be a strong, reliable optic that offers the most in operator selectable features and benefits that exceed the market standards at a price that is very affordable.


    The optic with ranging to a 300 BLK loading.

    The optic with ranging to a 300 BLK loading.

    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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