EOTECH XPS2-300 Blackout Holographic Weapon Sight
- Compatible with 1” Weaver or MIL-SPEC Picatinny rails
- Powered by (1) CR123A lithium battery
- Runtime: 600 continuous hours at setting 12 at room temp
- Submersible to 10 ft
- Length: 3.8”
- Width: 2.1”
- Height: 2.5”
- Weight: 9.0 oz
This 68 MOA ring with 1 MOA dots is ideal for weapons chambered in 300 AAC Blackout. It provides two usable aiming points for both subsonic and supersonic rounds. The dots represent 50 and 150 yards using subsonic or 100 and 300 yards using supersonic ammunition. The two-dot reticle pattern can be easily distinguished with or without magnification.
California Prop 65 warning
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals, which are known to the State of California to cause Cancer and Reproductive Harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
Ratings & Reviews
EOTech 300 blk
This was the first time I have used primary arms but I will be back. My order was ready for shipment within in hours of submittal and shipped that afternoon. Product arrived in good shape and has worked well
by Willie Rodriguez
The Eotech is awesome. Easy to sight in, and I was ready to go. Plus the free primary arms magnifier works great. Overall satisfied with my purchase. Will be doing business with Primary Arms again very soon.
by Darrin Fort
This sight was exactly as advertised, the price was right, and it shipped fast! I was most impressed with the salesman's efforts to make sure I was getting what I ordered.
Great Service/Great Product
by Mike Armstrong
Customer service was great. Shipping was fast. The EO Tech was installed on a 10.5 upper and zeroed quick and functioned perfectly. Will buy from primary arms again.
by Andrew Lindler
My order was packed and shipped within 2 hours after placing the order and in my hands within 4 days
It’s an EOTECH. Just get it!
by RangerDoc -
What can I say that hasn’t been said a thousand times already? High quality. Durable. Clear glass with very little tint. EOTECH’s do have a little fuzzy “dot” but that’s by design. And the way it works it’s actually more clear for me since I have astigmatism. A traditional red dot just becomes a thousand pointed star.