Bul Armory Introduces The BUL OPTICS Sub-Brand


    Israeli Bul Armory has announced the launch of the new Bul Optics sub-brand and introduced the first two products of the new brand – the MS-1 and MS-2 handgun reflex sights. Both MS-1 and MS-2 are open-emitter sights with the former featuring a more rugged hood design and intended for concealed carry use and the latter being competition sight with a larger window. Let’s take a look at the specs of each of the new Bul Optics red dot sights and see what are the other differences between the two models.

    Bul Armory @ TFB:

    Bul Optics MS-1

    Bul Optics MS-1

    Bul Optics MS-1 specs:

    -Weight (net): 18.4g / 0.65oz
    -Dot Size: 4MOA
    -Dot Intensity: 8 Levels
    -Footprint: Shield RMS-c® footprint
    -Battery Type: CR2032
    -Battery Runtime: 50,000 hours (the weakest visible dot)
    -IPX6 waterproof
    -MSRP: 249.90$

    Bul Optics MS-2

    Bul Optics MS-2

    Bul Optics MS-2 specs:

    -Weight: 30g / 1.0 ounce
    -Dot size: 5MOA
    -Dot Intensity: 8 Levels
    -Footprint: Trijicon RMR®
    -Battery Type: CR2032
    -Battery Runtime: 20,000 hours (the weakest visible dot)
    -IPX6 waterproof
    -MSRP: 289.90$

    The above-listed manufacturer specifications are the only information currently available. In addition to the specs, we can see in the pictures that both sights have windage and elevation adjustments and apparently batteries are inserted from the bottom which means changing the batteries will require dismounting the sights from the weapon. We’ll make sure to publish a follow-up article once these sights become available.

    Do you think this new player in the saturated pistol red dot sight market has a chance to get any significant cut of that market pie? Which features do you like and what else would you like to see for the price? Sound off in the comments section.

    Pictures by Bul Armory, www.bularmory.com

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