The adoption of the SIG M17 continues to send ripples across the industry. Based on the contract-winning platform, SIG launched a complete family of pistols, including full-size and compact carry models. Better still, the SIG ProForce M17 and M18 airsoft pistols provide reliable, low-cost trainers. Now SIG launches the SIG Air Reflex Sight, providing a purpose-built optic for airsoft training.
SIG Air Reflex Sight
The Air Reflex Sight fits both the ProForce M17 and M18 airsoft guns. The 1x23mm reflex sight features a low profile. It includes a wide field of view and a 3 MOA red dot. The manual brightness control includes six illumination intensity settings. It features easy-to-use windage and elevation adjustments, according to SIG. Meanwhile, a lightweight aluminum housing provides shock-proof protection for internals.
“The demand for carry-optics in the market amongst law enforcement and recreational shooters is strong, and with the introduction of a reflex sight for our SIG AIR product line, consumers will now have the ability to train in a variety of environments on carry-optics,” said Tom Taylor, Chief Marketing Officer and Executive Vice President, Commercial Sales. “The new SIG AIR Reflex Sight delivers rapid target acquisition for those training with several SIG AIR pistols and is designed to fit our future SIG AIR releases.”
The Air Reflex Sight comes with a 1CR20 32 battery and two optic mount plates. One fits airguns, while the other works for airsoft.
AIR Reflex Sight Specifications
- Magnification: 1x23mm
- Height: .98 in / 25mm (without picatinny mount）
- Width: 1.53 in / 39mm
- Length: 1.88 in / 48mm
- Weight: 1.41 oz / 40g
- Overall Elevation Adjustment Range: 40 MOA
- Overall Windage Adjustment Range: 40 MOA
- Battery: 1CR20 32
- Battery Life: 100 hours under max brightness/2000 hours under min brightness
- MSRP: $49.99
For more information on the M17 family of guns, visit sigsauer.com.
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