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    Geissele Automatics Super Precision Optics

    https://geissele.com/optics/super-precision-optics.html

    The Super Precision 1-6 by Geissele Automatics is a robust 1-6x26mm rifle scope designed specifically with the AR platform in mind. Combining the Geissele DMRR-1 reticle with the scopeís zoom range (true 1x to 6x) allows the user to quickly acquire a target, estimate range and employ accurate fire at short to medium ranges. A 26mm objective lens increases light transmission that lets the extremely high quality lenses render a crystal clear and vivid image that is both sharp and color accurate. This scope has a 30mm Tube size, and is made from Aircraft Grade 6061-T6 aluminum. It is finished in your choice of black or ddc Type-3 Hardcoat Anodize.


    The DMRR-1 Reticle is custom to Geissele Automatics and allows the user quick range estimation and the ability to place accurate firepower at the most useful distances for most shooters. By using MILs, our DMRR-1 reticle is not tied down to a single caliber, making our scope appropriate for a wide variety of platforms and uses, there are hlaf mil markings as well to help with further dial in adjustments. The range estimation feature (accurate at 6x) of the DMRR-1 Reticle lets you quickly and effectively range a standard target at a distance of 3, 4 and 5 hundred meters using shoulder width or shoulder to waist ratio. Being a Second Focal Plane, the DMRR-1 reticle will maintain its size through the scopeís zoom levels.

    Magnification: 1x-6x
    Reticle: DMMR-1
    Objective Lens: 26mm
    Tube Size: 30mm
    Eye Relief: 90mm
    Focal Plane: Second
    Field of View: 1x - 111.2 feet at 100 yards, 6x - 18.33 feet at 100 yards
    Turrel Style: Low Profile Capped, Resettable for Zero
    Click Value Adjustment: 0.2 MIL
    Travel Per Rotation: 20 MIL
    Elevation/Windage Adjustment: UP/DOWN 60MIL - LEFT/RIGHT 24MIL
    Parallax: 100 yards
    Length: 10.5 inches
    Weight: 24.2 ounces
    Materials: Aircraft Grade A6061-T6 Aluminum
    Battery: CR2032
    Brightness Levels: 6x
    Finish: Type 3 Hardcoat Anodize
    IPX Rating: IP66 (Dust proof and safe from high pressure spray)


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    HAHAHAHAHAHAHA Should go nice with their coffee...

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    This is going to be ......

    "I have never heard anyone say after a firefight that I wish that I had not taken so much ammo.", ME

    "Texas can make it without the United States, but the United States can't make it without Texas !", General Sam Houston

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    Personally, I don't really see the point of this optic, but I'm curious what's driving the negative comments here. I'm not arguing with them, just curious to hear more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gatordev View Post
    Personally, I don't really see the point of this optic, but I'm curious what's driving the negative comments here. I'm not arguing with them, just curious to hear more.
    Maybe it has something to do with them producing some outstanding garbage in tbe last few years.
    "I have never heard anyone say after a firefight that I wish that I had not taken so much ammo.", ME

    "Texas can make it without the United States, but the United States can't make it without Texas !", General Sam Houston

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    Quote Originally Posted by gatordev View Post
    Personally, I don't really see the point of this optic, but I'm curious what's driving the negative comments here. I'm not arguing with them, just curious to hear more.
    I think a 1-6 at 24.5oz for 1k will not go well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by docsherm View Post
    Maybe it has something to do with them producing some outstanding garbage in tbe last few years.
    Do tell......

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    Quote Originally Posted by UWone77 View Post
    I think a 1-6 at 24.5oz for 1k will not go well.
    Itís 2015 tech showing up in a Superman cape. This should have never left the R&D dept at that weight. But hey, you get a throw lever built in.

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    Geissele Automatics Super Precision Optics

    Quote Originally Posted by fledge View Post
    Itís 2015 tech showing up in a Superman cape. This should have never left the R&D dept at that weight. But hey, you get a throw lever built in.
    So itís 3 oz heavier than a lightest E model Razor and yet if one adds a throw lever to the razor (Vortex throw lever is over 6 oz) it becomes 3 oz lighter. I never understand the weight complaints especially from those that generally donít really hump that thing around all day or much at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UWone77 View Post
    I think a 1-6 at 24.5oz for 1k will not go well.
    The weight is reason number one why I'm not interested. But the amount of noise against Geissele (no matter how valid) lately drowns out the valid complaints.

    That said, this scope makes no sense to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tact View Post
    Do tell......
    Well, that last ciuple of rail variants have been trash and that great 1999 technology of a scope mount that they came out with that all of the fanboys are going crazy over. A non QD scope mount was dumped 20 plus ago.
    "I have never heard anyone say after a firefight that I wish that I had not taken so much ammo.", ME

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    Quote Originally Posted by UWone77 View Post
    I think a 1-6 at 24.5oz for 1k will not go well.
    Wait for a 30% sale and get it at 700-ish.
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    Quote Originally Posted by docsherm View Post
    Well, that last ciuple of rail variants have been trash and that great 1999 technology of a scope mount that they came out with that all of the fanboys are going crazy over. A non QD scope mount was dumped 20 plus ago.
    Sounds like some personal angst.....

    Iím curious why you deem the rails trash, especially considering past purchases from PSA and Century Arms. It is comical, however, to read that non QDs scope mounts were dumped 20 years ago. Having said that Iíd still be curious to hear your thoughts on why a QD scope mount is the end all be all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tact View Post
    Sounds like some personal angst.....

    I’m curious why you deem the rails trash, especially considering past purchases from PSA and Century Arms. It is comical, however, to read that non QDs scope mounts were dumped 20 years ago. Having said that I’d still be curious to hear your thoughts on why a QD scope mount is the end all be all.
    When they got rhe GOV contract a few yesrs ago the started to crank out their rails and their QA/QC went to Sh!t. Even before that i have had issues with their rails coming loose and my lasers were all over the place.

    As for a QD scope mount.... it is simply a a utilitarian point. A QD scope mount that will hold zero is a must for any rifle that is taken into combat. If the scope fails or is damaged to the point that it cannot be used at all will render a weapon usless unless you can have BUIS. This was figured out back at the beginning of GWOT. Also, as offset sights are not in the MIL inventory this is a huge issue. When i had a Short Dot on my weapon i liked to also be able to switch it out to a EOTECH depending on the mission.

    Now if we are only talking about hobby grade stuff then it really doesn't matter.
    "I have never heard anyone say after a firefight that I wish that I had not taken so much ammo.", ME

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    Guess we will have to see what happens when it gets in the wild.

    Honestly, I think the masses in the industry are so fucking stupid they'd probably buy it and love it, especially at that price point.

    I want to see a comparison between this and the HD2 razor.

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