Description

This Microprism is part of our SLx optics line. SLx optics built our reputation for innovation, reliability and value. All SLx optics undergo rigorous field-testing during development to best serve you in any environment.
The SLx® 1x MicroPrism is an all-new advanced optical system designed from the ground up in an ultra-compact housing, allowing use of backup iron sights and magnifiers. The 1x MicroPrism is part of our SLx optics line. SLx optics built our reputation for innovation, reliability, and value. All SLx optics undergo rigorous field-testing during development to best serve you in any environment. In this case, we put the optic through over 7,000 rounds of .308 through a SCAR 17s.
Features:
- About half the size of our Compact 1x Prism and over 20% lighter
- 13 Illumination settings including Night Vision and true Daylight Bright
- 3 Night Vision Settings:  Low, Med & Flood 
- AutoLive motion-sensing on/off battery saving technology 
- Includes 8 Mounting Height Options (incl. Absolute Cowitness & Lower 1/3 heights, see next page for details)
- Length: 2.48”  Weight: 7.6 oz with height riser (only 5.5 oz without riser)
- Etched Reticle, perfect answer for astigmatism and works without illumination
- Diopter for precision reticle clarity
- Usable Eye Relief Range:  2” to 6” with 3.6” for optimum Field of View
- Wide Field of View (76.5 ft @ 100 yds), excellent for CQB situations
- 120 MOA W/E Adjustments
- Fully Multi-Coated optics
- IP76 Waterproof, nitrogen purged for fog resistance, and dust proof
- Uses (1) CR2032 Battery (Included)
- Lens Covers also included; ARD option sold separately
- Backed by Primary Arms Lifetime Warranty
Using cutting-edge LED technology, the SLx 1x MicroPrism offers 13 illumination settings with AutoLive® motion-sensing on/off technology and three night vision settings. At maximum illumination, the MicroPrism offers true daylight bright performance, while the innovative low-power sleep mode safeguards battery life for reliable ‘always-on’ storage. Though small in size, virtually no sacrifice was made for eye relief and even offers a generous field of view.
This package also includes our new ruggedized mounting system with industry standard mini-prism footprint, guaranteeing reliability and zero retention through heavy use and adverse conditions. Out of the box, this mount offers 8 different mounting heights and configurations, ensuring compatibility with any rifle system.
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Specifications
Battery Type: CR2032 3V Lithium Coin
Brand: Primary Arms
Click Value: 1 MOA
Field View 100: 76.50 ft
Illuminated: Partial Illumination
Manufacturer.: Primary Arms
Reticle: ACSS CYCLOPS G2
Total Elevation Adjustment: 120 MOA
Total Windage Adjustment: 120 MOA
Turret Features
MPN#: 710034
SKU: PA-SLX-1XMP-CYCLOPS

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  • By Steinelten 3 months ago
    Purchased on: May 2022
  • They didn't fix the one thing *everyone* said needed to change in gen 2. 1/2 moa resolution on adjustment.

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    15% off over at optic planet with code FRDM

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    7/3/2022 - code FRDM is expired now - code INDP is good for 10% off of orders $50 and above. *Coupon expires 7/4/22 11:59 PM CT.

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    Nope. First not in stock. 10-19 day ship time which means never in OP language. Second code is junk. Doesn’t exist but work8 does for 5%. Waste of time. Not sure why I tried.

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    I'm planning to use this on mp5 or mp5k. Does anyone know if this will give me cowitness with iron sight? TIA

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    How is it a deal at primary arms when one can get primary arms optics from different retailers who honor at least 10% off, free shipping, and no tax?? 250 shipped my ass

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    WOW! That’s what they called them? I never realized you are that old and was there in the 1940’s to hear them say that, was you eating Kielbasa & cabbage over an open fire singing hymns @ the time? Wondering if you ever met Sgt. Schultz .. 8-D

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    Cool looking reticle .

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    We used these in the sand box. Great optic. Most guys in the teams prefer these and even some company guys. Am I lying? Who cares. It’s the internet. I’m a cyber warrior and I know everything.

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    The Polish Resistance in World War II used these on their HK416s, and swore by them. The Nazis called them "der fuehrermajik glas" which means "awesome 1x prism sight" and they were highly coveted as a war souvenir.

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    It is not a real 1x.
    It is like a 0.9x
    Also mine has illumination issue and PA refused to fix it

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    If the diopter is properly set, you will see a true 1x image.

    With 1x scopes, you first set the diopter to get you a 1x image. Then you set it to focus the reticle. If you do this backwards, your image may appear larger or smaller than 1x.

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    I got mine. Mount feels very solid, and comes set up by default so that the horseshoe and reticle sit just above an AR front sight tower. One could call it a "lower 1/3 co-witness" height. The torx screws on the mount are beefy. PA recommends 55-60 inch pounds of torque on the rail. That seems like alot, so I torqued mine to 40 inch pounds and called it a day. The ranging bars are obscured by the front sight post, but if you move your head you can still use them. I doubt I will ever need to. The chevron is easy enough to see. The lens cover is chitzy but works. I'll leave it off. Overall, very happy.

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    Not a deal. Coupon code not valid for this item.

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    Cheaper at Kenzie Optics. https://www.kenziesoptics.com/product/primary-arms-1x-microprism-slx/

    Use code BLAKE10, was $225 shipped no tax.

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    How’s their free shipping timeframe? I don’t see any mention of it but PA says they’re shipping out within 1 business day. Could be a something to consider for a $9 difference.

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    Kenzies shipped same day for me, ordered yesterday. Got tracking number same day.

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    Already SHIPPED! 1 hour and 36 mins after placing the order

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    Damn you!! Ordered.

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    Currently showing $249.99 from your own link. So no. Not cheaper.

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    Can you not read. Promo code makes it $225 shipped, great deal, ordered thanks.

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    Did you not read my full comment you have to use the code BLAKE10. Moron.

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    You mad bro?

    Even with the promo code, $225 is not cheaper than $219.99.

    Also is out of stock at your link. Also shows a green reticle option, which PA doesn't yet offer on this optic. Seems suspect.

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    U Mad you overpaid.
    PA charges tax. $225 is cheaper than what you paid at $234. Green reticle option is coming out later.

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    I assumed they would charge tax as most plqces do these days due to state laws. Oh well.

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    Beats $250 + tax.

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    I tried ordering online via my phone and got the same message you did about the code being expired. Tried again on my laptop and it worked. Give it a shot. Came to $234 for me with tax and free shipping.

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    Seems a bit overpriced given it is in ACSS low power variable optic price range. Probably somewhat more durable than low end LPVO but by the time a magnifier is added the weight and complexity is a wash. Why not buy a ACSS 1-6? Different strokes for different folks I guess. The MARINES went with LPVO but who can afford a $2000 Trijicon?

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    Some folks don't need or want magnification on a carbine. The market for this and LPVO are different. This is a near perfect 1x sight for those with astigmatism, and it works even without batteries. Small, lightweight, reliable. There's alot to like here.

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    This is meant to be used at 1x power , don’t think you’ll be adding a magnifier to a prism sight unlike a red dot where that is common

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    Benefit is etched reticle and non starburst for an astigmatism

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    Compared to my existing PA, Vortex and Swampfox 1x prisms, this one is my favorite in every way. Received my pre-order one a couple of weeks ago.

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    I have the GEN one version and it totally suits my needs considering I do have a stigmatism. I do on a
    Trijicon MRO. The Gen 1 beats my MRO hands-down when it comes to me being able to precisely hit my target .

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    Anything beats a mro, those things are garbage.

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    Really? What's wrong with the MRO?

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    More parallax shift than some cheaper red dots, lots of dot distortion for those with astigmatism, work poorly with magnifiers unless you buy the more expensive HD version (and most people are inclined to go with Aimpoint at that price point).

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    Garand Thumb gave it a positive review. 1 MOA adjustments seem the only real downside. That's not a concern for me with a 1x optic.

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    I can’t speak to this as it is new, but can tell you a competing product, Vortex Spitfire 3X, Gen II is a truly awesome prism and a good bridge between the red dot and LPVO. For people with astigmatism like me it’s nice to see a precise shape through the eye piece.

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    I wonder if it's going to be difficult to see the reticle, I've heard some people say it's hard to see on the 1x.

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    The reticle on the gen 2 is larger than the gen 1 reticle. Comparison picture in this article.
    https://thenewrifleman.com/primary-arms-slx-1x-prism-gen-2-can-it-replac...

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    This reticle is larger than the GEN 1 SO IT SHOULD be easier to see.

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    I don't see how it can be any harder to see the reticle just because it's 1x.

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    The reticle in a 1x is the same size as a reticle in a 3x or 5x. When you look through a 3x, the reticle will look big on top of the target because everything is magnified. When you look through a 1x the target will look small, the reticle will also look tiny on top of it. Some people have a hard time using the bullet drop feature with a 1x.

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    "The reticle will look big on top of the target because everything is magnified"

    Bro that makes zero sense, thanks though. Agree that BDCs on anything less than a 3x are probably a waste of time.

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    Imagine the reticle on a 3x and a 1x are the same size(they are, otherwise bdc wouldn't work). Now imagine you are looking at something 300 yards away through the 3x. The target in the 3x scope will be larger than the target in a 1x scope. The same is true for the reticle, the reticle in the 3x will look larger. The reticle in the 1x will look smaller and bdc will be more difficult to use. Look through them if you can't understand what I'm telling you.

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    This is true for magnifiers on red dots, but I don’t think it’s true for LVPO’s. I love LVPO’s would put them on all my rifles If I had that kind of spending money.

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    Yeah, doesn't make sense. I have a SFP 1-4x LVPO and the reticle is just as easy to see at 1x as it is at 4x. As it should be...the size of the reticle doesn't change in a SFP scope.

    BDCs, FFP scopes, etc. is a different story of course.

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    I own the 1x, two 3x's(5.56 and 7.62x39) and 5x and Klyph is correct. Think of it like its a ffp scope and the reticle changes just like a ffp as you go up in power.

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    You guys are odd. If you can see a 2-3 MOA red dot just fine, you can see a 1x prism sight reticle just fine. I know this, because I have 1x prism sights and red dot sights.

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    I think they are talking about using a magnifier on this prism. I agree with you Vrock. My Strike Eagle 1-8 reticle remains unchanged between 1 and 8 times. The reticle may be bigger by perspective but it is still the same size.

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    I have high hopes for this one, but not pre-ordering, sorry. Let's see some reviews first. Key to success will be the eye relief, and to a lesser extent, daylight brightness. With an etched reticle it isn't super important, but it's a nice to have.

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