Feed your shooting Impulses with new Firefield red dot sights
(MANSFIELD, TEXAS) – (ArmsVault.com) – Primed to scratch your tactical itch, the new Firefield line of Impulse Red Dot sights are designed for both shotguns and rifles. With two different objective lens sizes, with or without a laser, there is a Firefield Impulse for every shooter. The 1×28 Impulse (FF26026), 1×28 Impulse with laser (FF26027), smaller objective 1×22 Impulse (FF26028) and 1×22 Impulse with laser (FF26029) provide shooters of all backgrounds and skill levels with features designed to help them engage every objective in every situation, from range time to critical missions, even hunting.
All Impulse Red Dots feature red and green illuminated circle dot reticles, parallax-free shooting beyond 20 yards, unlimited eye relief, as well as windage and elevation adjustability. While red dot optics already provide exceptionally fast target acquisition, Impulse models with lasers offer ultra-quick acquisition with pinpoint accuracy and precision. A carefully designed cantilever mount, available on all models, allows the Impulse to be mounted forward for use with magnifiers and other shooting accessories. Impulse series red dot sights also are powered by popular, easy-to-find AAA batteries and offer outstanding battery life.
The aluminum constructed Impulses include protective flip-up lens covers, are recoil rated up to .308 and are IPX5 weatherproof, shockproof and fog proof. An operating temperature of 0-120° F ensures your Impulse stays on target even in extreme weather. Get ready to feed your shooting Impulse!
Firefield offers force multipliers and accessories for mission-critical operations and extreme shooting sports involving rifles, shotguns and pistols. Designed for next generation shooters, boot-on-the-ground operators and serious gun enthusiasts, Firefield provides products for hard-charging, action-oriented situations. Firefield—Victory Justifies Everything®! For more information about Firefield products, visit www.fire-field.com. For media requests related to Firefield, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.