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If you’re looking for a scope that offers lightning fast target acquisition and unparalleled red-dot clarity, check out the rugged, lightweight and compact Sightmark Wolverine.

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According to the press release, there are two different versions of the Sightmark Wolverine: the FSR 1×28 (SM26020) and CSR 1×23 (SM26021). Both are shockproof, fogproof, nitrogen-purged, IP67-waterproof. Both are also night vision compatible and come with advanced, scratch-resistant, coated lenses, unlimited eye relief, aircraft-grade 6061-T6 aluminum construction, mount height adjustability, protected adjustment caps and digital switch brightness control.

The FSR includes a 28mm objective, 2-MOA red-dot reticle with 10 brightness settings and 120 ½-MOA windage/elevation adjustability. The CSR features a 23mm objective lens, 4-MOA red-dot reticle with 10 brightness settings and 120 1-MOA windage/elevation click-adjustability.

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The battery life of the Sightmark Wolverine ranges from one million hours on low, to 50,o00 hours on setting 6 out of 10, to 900 hours on high, with a single AA battery. These beauties run flawlessly in temperatures from -22° to 122°F, so you know it’s reliable. These scopes also come standard with lens caps, a picatinny rail mount and a riser for absolute cowitnessing.

About Sightmark

Sightmark manufactures award-winning products including riflescopes, gun sights, laser sights, night vision, flashlights, bore sights and other cutting edge, premium shooting accessories. Inspired by military and law enforcement technology, Sightmark products are designed for competition, shooting, home defense, personal safety and other tactical applications, as well as hunting. For more information about Sightmark products, visit www.sightmark.com.

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