The Razor AMG UH-1 sight consists of an aluminium chassis and features far fewer moving parts when compared to more traditional holographic sights. This makes for a more durable piece of technology.
Power comes from the included CR123A battery, but can also be from running LFP CR123A’s. What I really like, is how these can be recharged on-board, through the use of the waterproof micro-USB port that can be found on-board.
What makes this sight stand out even more, is that there is virtually no forward signature meaning the shooter is the only one to see the new EBR-CQB reticle. This is unlike any other holographic or red dot sight on the market.
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Vortex Razor AMG UH-1 Price and Launch Date Rumours (unconfirmed)
Neither the pricing or the launch date is yet to be confirmed by Vortex Optics, but the rumours doing the rounds suggests a price of $499 and a launch date in January 2017.