Gun World - - Scope-eye Chronicles -

A per­fect part­ner to the RV1 elec­tronic sight is the DI Op­ti­cal 3X mag­ni­fier paired with the A.R.M.S #78 T.I.T.S. (tan­gent in­te­grated tilt sight) mount. The mag­ni­fier has two fea­tures that should be stan­dard on any mag­ni­fier: an ad­justable diopter and the abil­ity to cen­ter the aim­ing dot of your elec­tronic sight into the mid­dle of your field of view in the mag­ni­fier.

The po­si­tion of the dot often changes greatly from gun to gun. The 3xp mag­ni­fier uses a slot­ted screw to ad­just the im­age and comes with a tool. The op­tic is fully mul­ti­coated, wa­ter­proof to 30 feet and has an ad­justable diopter. When sold as a pack­age with the #78 T.I.T.S. mount, it weighs 14 ounces. The eye re­lief is a pretty stan­dard 2.5 inches—easy to scope your­self with a .308 if you’re not care­ful. (Ask me how I know.)

The RV1 with the 3XP and #78 A.R.M.S. mount are

per­fect mates.

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