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ATN’s newest night vision weapons scopes are loaded with the latest in optics technologies.

ATN Corp. ARES 6-4 Night Vision Weapon Sight

ATN Corp. ARES 6-4 Night Vision Weapon Sight

American Technologies Network

American Technologies Network

South San Francisco, CA  (Ammoland.com)– American Technologies Network Corp. (ATN), makers of military, law enforcement, security and outdoor night vision, thermal and smart HD optics applications, introduce the latest in night vision weapon sights with the ARES series.

Rugged and easy to use, the ARES series feature fast, infra-red sensitive optics combined with quality image tubes to produce high resolution, clear images for outstanding target acquisition and aiming capabilities.

The ATN ARES series provides optimal performance for professionals, as well as security and sporting uses.

ATN Corp. ARES 2-2 Night Vision Weapon Sight

ATN Corp. ARES 2-2 Night Vision Weapon Sight

The ATN ARES runs on 1 AA battery and mounts to a standard Weaver rail.

The one-knob operation allows for precision windage and elevation adjustments, as well as automatic brightness control. The optics feature ATN’s Proshield lens coating, for protection and clarity, and a “red on green” reticle system with a 1/6 MOA adjustment. The waterproof sight also has a low battery indicator and a detachable infrared illuminator.

The ATN ARES night vision weapon series is available in a variety of configurations, including ATN’s WPT™, CGT and HPT, as well as different magnifications. MSRP starts at $2,099.00.

For more information on American Technologies Network Corp, visit www.atncorp.com. Visit Facebook to stay up to date on new products, images and promotions.

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