Nikon Announces P-TACTICAL SuperDot Red Dot Sight

Nikon Announces P-TACTICAL SuperDot Red Dot Sight

Nikon announced its new red dot sight, previewed during SHOT Show 2018, is now a reality and headed for dealer shelves. The new P-TACTICAL SUPERDOT joins Nikon's family of optical sights for a variety of shooting platforms and applications.

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The P-TACTICAL SUPERDOT is engineered with Nikon's "TRUCOLOR" coating.

The P-TACTICAL SUPERDOT is engineered with fully multicoated lenses and Nikon's "TRUCOLOR" coating, which reduces the bluish tint associated with red dot sights. The sight's 2 MOA dot is adjustable with 10 levels of brightness- the first two settings being night vision compatible- and is centered within the field of the 22mm sighting window for a wide field of view with unlimited-and-non-critical eye relief.

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Windage and elevation adjustments on the P-TACTICAL SUPERDOT are in 1-MOA increments, and the internal adjustment range for both is 100 MOA.

Windage and elevation adjustments on the P-TACTICAL SUPERDOT are in 1-MOA increments, and are made using the integral tool on the top of each cap. The internal adjustment range for both elevation and windage is 100 MOA.

Nikon builds the P-TACTICAL SUPERDOT on a compact (2.8" x 1.7" x 1.7"), lightweight (4.2 ounce) aluminum alloy chassis that is shockproof, waterproof (IPX7) and durable. The sight includes a removable rail mount with height spacer for quick mounting to MSRs or any firearm with Picatinny rail or base.


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The sight includes a removable rail mount with height spacer.

Suggested retail price for the new Nikon P-TACTICAL SUPERDOT sight is $199.95. The P-TACTICAL SUPERDOT and all its components are covered by Nikon's 5-Year Warranty.


For more information, visit www.NikonSportOptics.com


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