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Flipdot Pro Reflex Sight

$129.99
SKU: 20069
The new Flipdot Pro Reflex Sight offers an innovative design, in an affordable package!

The folding lens design makes storage and concealment simple by minimizing the vertical profile of your weapon. The side-mounted battery storage makes changing batteries a breeze, without having to remove your optic!

The Flipdot Pro fits the same mounting profile/footprint as the Trijicon RMR and Holosun 507C. Also includes mounting hardware for picatinny/weaver rails, Glock MOS handguns, and a rear dovetail mount most Glock handguns except the 42/43/43X/48. 

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Features

-Flipdot Pro has a folding optical lens system that flips up with push of a lever and automatically turns on when deployed and turns off when the lens is folded down in the locked into position.
-The Flipdot Pro includes several mounting onto a wide variety of firearms. The optic includes a Picatinny/weaver type rail mount, Glock® MOS plate, spacers, and a rear sight dovetail mount for most Glock® double stack models. The base of the Flipdot Pro is also RMR® micro dot sights compatible. -Flipdot Pro fits onto most slides that have been machined to accept RMR® micro dot sights.
The optic has precise elevation and windage adjustment for zeroing the optic.
-Flipdot Pro is powered by a CR2032 type battery (included). The battery compartment is located on the side of the optic vertically. You can change the battery without affecting the optic's zero. The battery compartment has a + button for increasing the red dot brightness and a - button for decreasing the brightness level of the red dot. There is 5 brightness levels for the red dot reticle.
-Includes several types of mounting screws for mounting onto different platforms, tools and a rubber lens cover.
-U.S. PAT. D897483

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