The Holosun Optics and Primary Arms' co-branded HS507C-X2 ACSS mini-reflex optic is now available with a green-illuminated ACSS Vulcan reticle.
Up to 20,000 hours of battery life can be achieved with the tray-mounted CR1632 battery. The top-mounted solar cells are a failsafe.
The HS507C-X2 with ACSS Vulcan reticle combines a 10-MOA center chevron with a large outer circle. When aimed correctly, this circle falls outside the optic window, leaving only the center chevron for fine precision. If the user’s aim is off target, the edge of the circle comes into view to guide back to center.
The 250-MOA outer circle can be deactivated if the shooter wishes by holding the “-“ illumination button for three seconds.
Since the release of the first version with a red-illuminated reticle earlier this year, fans of the optic have been asking for a green-illuminated variant.
Built from aluminum with an anodized black finish, the HS507C-X2 ACSS reflex sight also sports multicoated glass for long-term durability. Overall weight is 1.5 ounces. There are 12 brightness settings and it's also night-vision compatible.
While most users will likely mount it to a handgun, the Holosun HE507C-GR-X2-ACSS will also work well for PCCs, rifle and shotguns.
MSRP is $349.99. The HS507C-X2 ACSS mini-reflex optic is backed by Holosun's limited lifetime warranty. Learn more at primaryarms.com.