Description

The SpecterDR™ by ELCAN is a revolutionary optical design that combines the best of close combat and precision fire ranging features into a single, low profile dual-field-of view (DFOV) sight. SpecterDR™ 1.5-6x, with its dual-role capability gives machine gun operators and designated marksmen a sweeping 1.5x view of the battlefield for target acquisition, then allows instant switching to 6x for accurate, long range precision fire and suppression.

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Situational awareness in both magnifications is improved with wider viewing angles and unmatched light transmission in low light conditions. SpecterDR™ 1.5-6x can be ordered with 5.56, 7.62 or .50Cal variable illuminated night vision compatible reticles as well.

Magnification 1.5x 6x
Length 184mm (7.25")
Width 76mm (3")
Height 76mm (3")
Weight 700g (1.54lbs)
Illumination Source Battery-powered LED (650nm)
Illumination Settings 10 intensity levels
Reticle 5.56, 7.62 STD or 0.50 cal
Eye Relief 70 mm (2 ¾ ")
Field of View 16° 4°
Objective Lens Diameter 42 mm (1.65")
Exit Pupil 7 mm (0.275")
Zeroing Range ±60 MOA
Movement per Click
½ MOA

Mount Capability MIL-STD-1913
Operating Temp -40 to +65°C (-40 to 140°F)
Storage Temp -40 to +85°C (-40 to 180°F)
Environmental
- Waterproof:
- Shockproof:
66ft for 2 hours min
450 g's
Battery / Life DL 1/3 N / Min 300 hrs @ max brightness
Finish Anodized

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Baddest of the bad.

My dream is the 7.62 version on my SCAR17. Currently it has a USO SR8

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Same here. My FDE scar 17 with the fde Specter 308 reticle.......for 2/3 the cost of the rifle,....damn it. I use a Trijicon MRO and a 3.5x TA11 ACOG. The TA11 just seem too heavy for such a lightweight 308. I've heard these specterDRs are heavy also, but bomb proof....and scar proof. How do you like the US Optics on your SCAR 17?

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Now is the time to snag one!

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What a dumb name for a business.

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