||One of the greatest features of the C-MORE sight is the rugged design of the electronics. All components of the circuit are mounted directly to the circuit board in optimum recoil resistant positions. This allows the C-MORE to perform where other sights with fragile, braided wiring will always fail. Handling the hottest loads from larger caliber firearms is no problem for C-MORE sights.
C-MORE Systems Red Dot Sights have two intensity switches to choose from, each providing unique adjustment capability and intensity settings.
The Click switch, with its click adjustable function, has 12 positive positions in which each position is assigned a brightness setting. The 2 Night Vision settings (low and high) can only be seen through NV equipment. The low light setting is 1/2 as bright as the lowest setting on the standard switch. This setting is a must if you are using the sight in low light (hunting, indoor range, other). The final 8 positions give you a wide range of adjustment, with the maximum power setting being bright enough to handle the brightest light condition. The adjustment knob is larger than the standard switch knob.
The standard switch is a dial rheostat with infinite adjustment capability. The switch functions like the volume knob on a radio, simply dial up the brightness you desire. The adjustment knob is smaller than the click switch knob.
A 3 volt lithium battery is used to power the sight, providing a long battery life of 300 to 1500 hours of continuous use. Due to the nature of the circuit, when a battery begins to lose power, the sight will never abruptly "shut down" and leave you stranded. You will notice well in advance the dot appearing to dim gradually while in use, indicating the battery should be replaced soon.
The C-MORE sight is known for having the brightest dot available, providing a crisp clear image that won't "wash out" on bright sunny days, and superior current consumption for longer battery life. Click here for more information about Diode Modules.
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