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RSR & Hakko Panorama Electo-Dot Sights

RSR Group Inc. and Hakko offer two Panorama Electo-Dot Sights that offer a versatile and convenient multipattern reticle system. The Panorama MK-II and Panorama MK-III feature a tubeless design with a 33mm reflex lens aperture, which provides a wide field of view. The sights offer four different reticle patterns that can be changed easily by simply turning the reticle knob without affecting point of impact. The intensity of the reticle can be adjusted to suit the user. The MK-II is five inches long and weighs 4 1/2 ounces; the MK-III is 3.23 inches long and weighs four ounces. Both sights are parallax corrected and offer unlimited eye relief, are waterproof and shockproof, and have low energy consumption. Suggested retail prices are $276.85 (MK-II) and $261.46 (MK-III).

For more information, contact RSR Group Inc., Dept. ST, 4405 Metric Dr., Winter Park, FL 32792; (800) 541-4867; www.rsrwholesale.com.


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