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SHOT Media Range Day – EOTech


Two new products on display at EOTech’s booth attracted my Fanboyish tendencies. The first was the MW3 Holographic Hybrid Sight II. The MW3 sight is composed of the EXPS2-2 holographic sight with 2-dot reticle combined with the G33.STS magnifier. The MW3 logo is clearly displayed on the side of the EXPS2-2. Like other kits in the Hybrid Sight family, the Quick Switch to Side (STS) mount allows the operator to disengage the magnifier with a simple lever flip, then snap it back into place as needed.



The other product is the XPS2-Z Zombie Stopper Holographic Weapon Sight. The main feature that differentiates this sight from the standard XPS2 is the use of a biohazard symbol as the target reticle, which features a 65 MOA ring with a 1 MOA aiming dot. The reticle is also displayed on the top of the sight in white instead of red. Additionally, the final product will feature a stylized Zombie Stopper logo on the side of the sight. At the very least, it’s a relatively unique concept; no other company, to my knowledge, has done a zombie themed reflex sight with a biohazard reticle before. It’ll be available in April of this year with an MSRP of $559.


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5 Responses to “SHOT Media Range Day – EOTech”

  1. John M. Denny says:

    What are your impressions as to usefulness of this reticle? Seems like it would be a little busy, but I guess I’d need to see/try it.

  2. Burton says:


    not your coverage….the items in the article.

  3. Peter says:

    Great, so now the snotty rich kids can have their $600 COD eotech on their airsoft rifle…

  4. DOA_Duck says:

    I find the biohazard and MW3 labels off-putting but I’m intrigued by the new magnifier mount. Do you know who the manufacturer is?

  5. Shawn says:

    Bad ass. Obviously not so much for the soldier. but Airsoft has a place in life as well. Hopefully they release a repro or cheaper version. 600 is a bit steap for airsoft.

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