With uncompromising performance that shrugs off weather, recoil—and is easy on batteries, the P-TACTICAL SPUR might be the perfect optic for your carbine, pistol or shotgun. Its lightweight body is shockproof, waterproof (IPX7) and boasts 15,000 hours of continuous use on a single battery. An extra-wide field of view, 1x optics and unlimited eye relief aid in quick target acquisition, while Nikon’s “TRUCOLOR” coating minimizes the bluish tint common to reflex sights. The P-TACTICAL SPUR’s 3 MOA dot is adjustable to 10 levels of brightness—the initial two of which are night vision compatible. On virtually any platform you mount it on, P-TACTICAL SPUR will be ready to serve you well.
Fully multi-coated optics with TRUCOLOR coating to minimize blush tint
Waterproof performance (IPX7)
Shockproof construction withstands recoil and impacts
10 levels of brightness settings (initial 2 are night vision compatible)
Low battery indicator visually alerts user in display
Just got the sight, it is on my S&W 617 .22. The dot is not a clear circle, looks a bit smeared , maybe there is some opl on the LED...let's see if I can figure out what is causing this. otherwise it is a nice sight.
Just got this mounted on my new Ruger Mark IV Hunter, and gave it a spin at the range today. Played around from 5 yds out to 25, finally decided the sweet spot for my purposes would be 12-15 yds. It was easy to adjust for windage and elevation, and I was chewing up bull's-eyes within the first 10 minutes.
Since I have never used a red dot site, I'm not sure how quickly I should be able to acquire the site - it seems to take a few seconds. Probably just a matter of getting used to it. It's mounted on a TandemKross Shadow rail, and I can use the stock sites on the gun with Spur removed. So far, seems like a great value!
put it on a mossberg 500 12 gauge to shoot clays , went to sight it in with slugs first , i didnt even have to touch the adjustment knobs !! i could not believe it , first two shots strait through the bulls eye at 70ft. shot about 32 slogs , thing is zero'd perfect and very crisp
I bought my first 44 magnum, an S&W 686. Didn't take long to realize the recoil of this gun sure makes you pay attention !! Decided to install a red dot to help me out. Looked at all three red dots in the $200 price range and decided on the Nikon primarily because of the clear glass. The Nikon glass is perfectly clear with no blue tint. The mount came from Raptor Engineering, it is far better than putting a big clunky picatinny rail on top of this gun. I am still getting used to the gun, but now the holes this big gun makes are right in the middle of the target !
Appears that the Spur utilizes a non-standard base plate for mounting on pistols like a Glock 34 or FNX-45 Tactical. So far as I can tell the picatinny base on the optic is the only available mounting option at thi time.