New Firefield Reflex Sights to Make an Impact on Shooters

Firefield Impact Reflex Sight
Firefield Impact Reflex Sight

FirefieldMANSFIELD, Texas -(Ammoland.com)- Quick target acquisition could be the deciding factor between victory or failure and the new Firefield Impact Reflex Sight line provides just that.

The Firefield Impact (FF26022) and Impact Duo (FF26023) combine the swiftness of both-eyes-open shooting with a parallax corrected lens system, making them ideal for close-quarters shooting situations and mid-range hunting scenarios.

Firefield Impact Reflex Sight

Firefield Impact’s also feature multiple reticles able to fit each shooters preference.

The Impact’s wide-angle lens permits a large field of view to help shooters stay aware of their surroundings, while an extended battery life of up to 200 hours gives shooters the confidence that their sight will not fail until the task at hand is complete.

Firefield Impact Reflex Sight
Firefield Impact Reflex Sight

The Firefield Impact Duo comes with all the same capabilities of its counterpart but with an added 5mW laser, getting the shooter on target faster than ever before.

Designed for MSR platforms and shotguns, these rugged, water resistant reflex sights are able to handle recoil from .308 rifles and 12-gauge shotguns.

Both sights include a lens cover, adjustment tool and a single CR2032.

 

About Firefield:

Firefield offers force multipliers and accessories for mission-critical operations and extreme shooting sports involving rifles, shotguns and pistols. Designed for next generation shooters, boot-on-the-ground operators and serious gun enthusiasts, Firefield provides products for hard-charging, action-oriented situations. Firefield—Victory Justifies Everything!

For more information about Firefield products, visit their website.

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    It would be nice if the MSRP was included in the article.