Austrialpin- Sep 18

SHOT Show – EOTech

We’ll be blunt: for obvious reasons, we didn’t know what EOTech’s presence was going to be at this year’s SHOT; we partially wondered if they would even show up. However, business must continue, and it seems that’s no exception for the EOTech brand. This year, they forgoed any additions to their line of Holographic sights, and instead displayed a new line of Vudu Precision Rifle Scopes.

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The Vudu scopes come in multiple magnifications and reticle configurations, however the various models, which come in 1-6x, 2.5-10x, and 3.5-18x magnifications, do share virtually the same universal features.

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The Vudu line scopes feature single-piece aircraft-grade aluminum construction, and are water, fog, and shock-resistant, with a hard anodized finish. Additional construction features include tactical-style turrets, laser-etched travel indicators, push-button illumination controls, and a single construction eyepiece. Optical features include XC high-density, low-dispersion glass, first focal plane reticle, glass-etched reticle, and illuminated reticle.

www.eotechinc.com

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13 Responses to “SHOT Show – EOTech”

  1. Chuck says:

    How do they hold up in cold weather? ?

  2. Kango says:

    They need to do something with that logo. Makes the optic look like a cheap ncstar knockoff.

  3. Hank says:

    Despite the HWS problems… The magnifier I have has amazing glass so I bet these will be pretty nice

  4. FrontDeskFocus says:

    Fixed parallax adjustment at “On.”

  5. P.J. says:

    Depending on the price and reticle illumination the 1-6x could be a big seller.

    • It’s listed at $1299 in the brochure.

      • P.J. says:

        That’s about right if it has good glass and a day time bright illuminated reticle.

        • NineWays says:

          I thought the glass was acceptable, and the illumination seemed good. The actual issues were the non-locking/un-capped turrets, under-developed illumination module, and diopter that was easier to turn than the magnification.

          They pushed too hard to get this out. They looked like prototypes from a vendor with their logo on it.