Design and operation
Red-dot sight Kobra designed for fast and accurate sight alignment when shooting at night, twilights and day. It will make you up to 3 times more effective when shooting fast appearing and moving targets. With stationary targets your effectiveness will be doubled.
Sight operation based on the generation of narrow light beams running in parallel and creating aiming reticle. During sight alignment this reticle positions with point of impact. Because the point of impact and reticle are in one plane operator can aim even with one eye closed or with both eyes opened. Field of view is not restricted. If shooter’s sightline shifts from optical axis, but stays in sight port reticle will stay on target showing the exact point of impact.
1. Four reticles, which operator can select depending on target type, distance and firing conditions:
a. Reversed chevron with dot on top – all-in-one type;
b. Reversed chevron – for distances beyond 400 m;
c. Open T – for distance 100 to 300 m;
d. Single dot – for distance less than 100 m.
2. Reticle brightness have wide range of adjustment (16 steps) what provides perfect targeting at daylight, night (with night vision devices) or twilights.
3. Reticle type and brightness settings are stored in internal memory and restores automatically after power cycle.
4. Robust electronics. Reticle center element stays stable during reticle selection.
Structural toughness allows using this sight both for guns and rifles/carbines even with powerful cartridges. Sight zeroing will remain steady.
Kobra red-dot sight technical specifications:
Targeting distance clear-sight distance
Field of view unobstructed
“Single dot” reticle size (MOA) 1.8
Continuous work time with “single dot” reticle 70 hours
Operating temperature -40 to +50 degC
Weight 400 g
Number of selectable reticles 4
Power voltage 3 V
Battery type CR 2325