Leupold recently announced that the U.S. Marshal’s Service has selected the DeltaPoint Pro, paired with Dawson Precision sights, for its duty firearms. The project results from a collaboration between Leupold and Dawson Precision.
U.S. Marshal’s Select Leupold DeltaPoint Pro & Dawson Precision
The DeltaPoint Pro delivers an immense, crystal-clear field of view, according to Leupold. It features bold aiming point designed for high-pressure situations. Crafted from aircraft-grade aluminum, the DeltaPoint Pro features 1-MOA click adjustments. Meanwhile, eight user-selectable intensity settings and Leupold’s Motion Sensor Technology add to the features. The entire unit weighs less than two ounces.
“The DeltaPoint Pro has been built from the ground up to deliver the unparalleled performance that law enforcement agents require – it’s an incredibly high-performing red dot sight,” said Sam Horstman, Director of Military Sales for Leupold & Stevens, Inc. “And, like all of our optics, the DP Pro has been strenuously tested for durability, and fully meets the extremely high standards that U.S. Marshals Service demands.”
Dawson Universal Optics System
Leupold worked in conjunction with Dawson Precision to deliver the package deal the the U.S. Marshal’s Service sought. Dawson Precision utilized the DP Pro as a direct firearm mount. The Dawson Precision Hard Use co-witness sights also retrofit the exiting Tenon system in the DP Pro. Additionally, Dawson add an interchangeable cover plate with a Perfect Impact rear sight. This unit switches out to iron sights when desired. The design enables operators to switch back and forth between systems while maintaining reliability. The system garnered the name Dawson Universal Optics System, or Dynamic Universal Optic System.
“We are honored to contribute alongside Leupold to the United States Marshals Service STI SRA Pistol project,” said Dave Dawson, President and CEO of Dawson Precision, Inc. “And I would like to thank both for providing us the opportunity to work with the Marshals. We look forward to further developing our relationship with Leupold and are excited about the future partnership possibilities in the competition and tactical arenas.”
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