EO TECH EXPS3 68MOA RING/2-1MOA DOTS

The "E" is for "Extreme." The EXPS3 offers true 2-eyes-open shooting and a 7 mm raised base that still allows for iron sight access.

 

It features easy-to-adjust side buttons and an adjustable, locking, quick-detach lever for easy attachment and removal. It is also the optic of choice for the technologically advanced modern rifle hunter. Its night vision-compatibility makes it a versatile choice for day or night hunting.

  • Water Resistant
  • Fits weaver or MIL-STD-1913 rail
  • 20 daylight settings
  • 10 settings for Gen 1-3+ night vision
  • -2 reticle

 

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Customer Reviews

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Jonathan N.
Great CQB optic with a perfect form factor

Excellent quality optic with a precision 1 MOA center dot and a 65 MOA outer circle which doubles as a range estimator AND, a holdover/hold under point for 7 yards and 500 yards. This model also has a built in raised QD mount which allows for lower 3rd co-witness with the irons for fail safe in case of damage. Would love longer battery life but this is what these run and the optic itself blinks with enough warning time to remind you to change the battery. Would buy again.

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Cameron M.
Great

As expected. Undoubtedly, some people will scream about Eotech and how they lied and made efforts to conceal the zero drift, and government contracts and product returns and blah, blah, blah. But honestly, the problems with zero drift on Eotech has repeatedly been shown to affect only units exposed to sub freezing temperatures. I don't plan to shoot in those conditions unless the soviets come knocking (unlikely) and if they do, I have backup irons.

I love this holo. It has some typical wear to the finish and is fully functional. The only complaint I have (due to the used condition) is a couple of superficial gouges in the aluminum hood but, I think I can gently file them out for the most part and with a fresh coat of Cerakote, I doubt they'll be visible. The reticle is a touch blurry when viewed with the naked eye. When paired with the magnifier though, the blur is unnoticeable.