EoTech XPS 2-0 Pics

Discussion in 'Rifles' started by 2Shots1Wound, Jul 30, 2009.

  1. 2Shots1Wound

    2Shots1Wound Active Member

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    I searched for good pics of the new EoTech XPS for days with no luck. Managed to pick one up on BravoCompanyUSA and thought I'd post what they look like mounted to the rifle for anyone interested.

    Enjoy

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  2. TSU45

    TSU45 Active Member

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    Looks pretty good. Hard to tell from the pic but did they put click graduations on the hood?
     
  3. 2Shots1Wound

    2Shots1Wound Active Member

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    For elevation and wind it does. Time will tell if they've made it tougher than the other models.
     
  4. Dsparil

    Dsparil Active Member

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    I wish eotech had better battery life. I'd get one.
     
  5. Hickory Shampoo

    Hickory Shampoo New Member

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    Nice and compact. It's on my list.
     
  6. DirtyD

    DirtyD Well-Known

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    My little man is growing up.... *sniff*
    Looks good.....
     
  7. 2Shots1Wound

    2Shots1Wound Active Member

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    LOL. Thanks man. Still much to learn...
     
  8. Eagles1181

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    Looks good. I have heard that by rotating the battery they no longer have the issue with them turning off by coming off the contacts. Have you had it turn off on you during firing?

    Eagle
     
  9. 2Shots1Wound

    2Shots1Wound Active Member

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    Not yet but I've only put about 200-250 rounds through it. I'll let you know if that does happen though.

    If it starts to flake out I would go with the Aimpoint micro I guess..
     
  10. Mate

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    Battery life is still nothing compared to an aimpoint....

    And it still has that auto shut off feature...
     

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