New (mounted but never shot) ETTech 552.A65 in original box/packaging along with LaRue Tactical EOTech Quick Disconnect Locking Mount LT110 ECOS-C. $500 shipped.
Standardized by the DEA, ATF, and FBI SWAT team, the Model 552 holographic weapon sight is the sight of choice for such military units as the Stryker Brigade, 10th Mountain, and 3rd Infantry. The Model 552 sports a revolutionary sighting system based on advanced holographic technology. The design works by using laser light to illuminate a holographic pattern embedded in the heads-up display window. When the shooter looks through the window, he or she will see a virtual red image of a reticle pattern projected onto the target plane. Overall, the holographic sight improves target acquisition, boosts accuracy, and increases control over the shooting environment.
The Model 552 is built to last, with a rugged aluminum hood assembly and knobbed, tool-free mounting bolt. The battle-proven design can withstand the abuse that any harsh environment, high-powered weapon platform, or military mission can dish out. Other features include a 65 MOA ring reticle with a 1 MOA aiming dot; support for two 1.5-volt AA batteries (lithium or alkaline); unlimited eye relief; and 30 brightness settings. The Model 552 is compatible with Gen I-IV night vision systems and mounts on 1-inch Picatinny or Weaver rails.
LaRue Tactical's EOTech mount raises the EOTech up by .275". This extra height sticks the irons low in the EOTech window (you can still see the irons if push-comes-to-shove). The extra height is just what the EOTech has been needing. The design had room for a piece-of-picatinny on the back, so we put it there and now you can mount a PVS-14 in perfect co-witness. Fits EOTEch 512 and 552 optics.
Buying a house and am forced to sell some gear that I'd rather not sell (especially at this time). My need to raise cash quickly is your gain.
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