ZeroTech Optics Releases HALO Enclosed Reflex Sight

Daniel Y
by Daniel Y

ZeroTech Optics has a new red dot sight. The HALO (Heavy-duty Aspherical Lens Optics) fits an RMSc footprint and includes an adapter to mount on standard pic rails. It also boasts a 50,000-hour battery life on a single CR2032 cell.

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The ZeroTech HALO has a 3 MOA red dot reticle with 10 brightness settings, 2 of which are night vision compatible. Each adjustment click adjusts the sight by 1.5 MOA, and total windage and elevation adjustment is 80 MOA. To help save battery life, the HALO features a shake awake feature that activates the sight when movement is detected. It also shuts off automatically when the sight is stationary.

When the battery does finally run out, it is easy to replace with the battery compartment on the top of the sight. The body of the sight is made from 7075 aluminum. The ZeroTech HALO retails from $399, and it is available now on the ZeroTech Optics website.

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From the manufacturer:

“ZeroTech Optics is excited to release the much anticipated reflex optic of 2024, the H.A.L.O (Heavy duty Aspherical Lens Optic) TRAE28. This state-of-the-art Optic is set to redefine standards in reflex sights, combining unparalleled durability with superior performance.
The H.A.L.O reflex sight is engineered to withstand the toughest shooting conditions. Its robust construction ensures it is shockproof, waterproof, and fog proof, making it reliable in any environment. The top-loading CR2032 battery design is a significant enhancement, allowing for battery replacement without the need to remove the entire sight, thus maintaining zero.”

ZeroTech HALO Enclosed Reflex Sight

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Daniel Y
Daniel Y

AKA @fromtheguncounter on Instagram. Gun nerd, reloader, attorney, and mediocre hunter. Daniel can still be found on occasion behind the counter at a local gun store. When he is not shooting, he enjoys hiking, camping, and rappelling around Utah.

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  • Swarf Swarf on Jul 09, 2024

    Bit of a Cro-Magnon brow thing going on.

  • Patrick Patrick on Jul 10, 2024

    Placing the battery on top is an interesting design innovation since it may allow the optic to be mounted lower to more easily co-witness with iron sights.