It’s not every day that you see a new brand in optics, but Armament Technology Inc. (ATI) has released both a new brand and a new optic called the SAI 6 1-6x24mm Riflescope. The brand name SAI Optics stands for S – Speed, A – Accuracy, I – Integrity. Some of the features include first focal plane reticle (FFP), a proprietary rapid aiming feature, VSOR rangefinder, 10 settings of illumination and a 5-year limited lifetime warranty.
The SAI 6 1-6x24mm is calibrated for the 5.56 round and it has been designed and specified by the team at ATI & Tangent Theta. The manufacturing is made by their partners in Japan. Tangent Theta Incorporated is based in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
Here you can read their own description:
Armament Technology Inc. (ATI) is very proud to introduce a new Brand and Optic to our current product offerings. The Brand is called SAI™ Optics, (S – Speed, A – Accuracy, I – Integrity) and has been created by ATI to reflect the new series of variable power optics we are currently planning to release.
The SAI™6 1-6x24mm calibrated in 5.56 and is the first in this series, designed and specified by the team at ATI & Tangent Theta but is being manufactured by our partners in Japan.The SAI™ series of optical sights provide a rugged and versatile solution for a variety of sighting requirements in variable magnification. With a LED-illuminated First Focal Plane reticle, ranging and ballistic hold-off is accurately achieved at any magnification.
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And here they describe the reticle:
The purpose of the Rapid Aiming Feature™ is to offer a prominent etched aiming feature that stands out against the target at short rages and uses a known ergo-psychological effect to naturally draw the user’s eye to the center of the field of view.
It is also designed to subtend out of the way at longer range to accommodate ballistic hold-over and windage offset. Because the arms of the Rapid Aiming Feature™ occupy the diagonal quadrants of the field of view, they are thick and prominent enough to stand out against a close-by target, yet they do not disrupt the ballistic or wind hold-offs in the reticle nor do they obscure the target whatsoever at long range.
The resultant effect is that the user can enjoy the benefits of a fast and prominent aiming feature while at the same time have a fine and graduated sighting reference in the center for very precise aiming when necessary.
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To learn more, please check here: https://armament.com/sai-optics/
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