EOTECH XPS2 2 DOT 300BLK Reticle

The XPS2 is the shortest, smallest and lightest EOTech model holographic weapon sight available without night vision.

 

Its size and weight make it convenient for hunters and law enforcement officers to carry. It is also fast and runs on a single 123 battery. The compact, single-lithium-battery configuration leaves more rail space than ever for rear iron sights or magnifiers.

  • Water Resistant
  • Fits weaver or MIL-STD-1913 rail
  • XPS2-2 300BLK reticle

 

Product Specifications

Customer Reviews

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M.K.
Quality optic

Quality optic. Sturdy as they come. This is my second EO Tech, so even though they are a bit pricey and they are worth the extra cost.

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A.C.
300BLK EOTech

After several weeks of use, and probably 2000 rounds through this eotech, I am fairly happy with it. I feel that it will hold up similar to any other eotech, however as others have mentioned the dot seems more fuzzy than other eotech's that I've used. Its sort of distracting when not using it, but when on target its hardly noticable. I feel its eotech's way of cutting costs without sacrificing quality. it holds zero well, the radical BDC for SuperSonics seems to be quite accurate. Overall very happy with the purchase.

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R.M.
Read this!

So I've been on the market for a EO tech for a while. Went through different stores and was iffy on the product. This one is an authorized dealer for EO tech and other good optics that are in the market. The optic is original good brightness easy to install and comes with the manufacturer 10 year warranty. 5/5 stars! Be sure to check willy good price!

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H.S.
Half-baked, expected better from EOTech.

I have a couple EOTech red dot sights, and this one does not live up to the standard the others set. As others describe in the reviews, the dots are fuzzy. I thought about returning it, but opted not to when I tried it out with the G33 magnifier which improves the appearance of the reticle. As another reviewer pointed out, the buttons are on the rear instead of the side, which interferes with the magnifier. Overall, it seems like EOTech didn't apply many of the lessons they've learned over the years of making great red dot sights, and as a result I wish I had just saved up for the Trijicon 300 BLK optic.