The EOTECH 512 Holographic Weapon Sight, 65 MOA Ring/1 MOA Dot Reticle, AA Battery (512.A65/1) is the most well liked model HWS. This tactical optic is perfect for agencies that want the most productive in CQB speed and versatility, without the need for night vision compatibility. This EOTech Holographic Weapon Sight (HWS) is the 1st electro-optic sighting system to apply holographic technology to small and medium-sized weapon platforms. When used in Close Quarters Battle (CQB) environments, this revolutionary weapon optic delivers amazing speed and accuracy gains, uncompromising use of peripheral vision, leaves no muzzle-side optical signature and is packaged in a compact, durable unit. Now deployed with elite Special Forces and SWAT teams internationally, the EOTech Holosight deliver vastly improved shooting performance for all levels of operators. The usual reticle is a 65 MOA ring with alignment ticks and a 1 MOA aiming dot. The large, open ring is the important thing to the lightning quick eye recognition and unmatched target acquisition speed. Alternately, the 1 MOA can be utilized for precision aiming at distances so far as 500 yards where it only covers 5″ of the target scene. The reticle demonstrates its versatility for a host of close quarter and long range engagement scenarios. There’s no compromise between speed and precision accuracy. This model Holographic Weapon Sight mounts to any universal Picatinny mounting rail (supports standard Weaver dovetail) with an integral mounting platform for adaptation to user preferred eye relief. The 512 Holographic Weapon Sight has been designed and tested to offer consistent, reliable performance, even in the most hostile operating environments. This HWS is waterproof (submersible to 10 feet depth), fogproof, shockproof, and withstands extreme temperature variations. WARNING: This Holographic Weapon Sight is controlled under the U.S. International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and is probably not exported without proper authorization by the U.S. Department of State.