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agreed, no thermal optics, Night Vision ones would be enough.

Oherwise, what about Bushnell?

Phone for international customer service:

Phone: 913-752-3400
Fax: 913-752-3572

http://bushnell.com/global/customer-service/contact-us

 

A few things they do:

TRS-25 dot sight:

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First Strike dot:

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IR flashlight

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Aimpoint lookalike:

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And even more:

http://bushnell.com/tactical/riflescopes/ar-optics

 

 

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Manufacture/Company Name: Kalinka Optics Warehouse

The type of optics they make: Kobra Gen 3 Red Dot (originally a russian design!)

Their email or official marketing contact information: info@kalinkaoptics.com

Any additional comments you have: Basically this scope has 4 reticules that can be used as seen in the picture below.

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If you could actually add in game the ability to switch between reticules that would be amazing, but the reticule in the top left of the picture is the original type of Russian sight that is probably the most relevant to the game.

 

Cheers for consideration!

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Leupold D-EVO

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Trijicon RX01NSN Reflex Sight

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C-More

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You guys might already be planning on making this next one but

Trijicon ACOG

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You guys already have EOTech but their magnifier would be pretty nifty 

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Also, what is the word on pistol optics?

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Manufacture/Company Name: Steiner Optics

The type of optics they make: Imaging systems, Goggles, Scopes (Civilian & Military usage), Binoculars, Sights, Misc. Optics, Attachments.

M5Xi: Variable 1x-5x zoom competition/patrol scope. 1x zoom is "eyes-open" (no black optic vignetting). 30mm tube diameter. 11.6'' overall length. Costs ~$3,000USD new.

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Nighthunter Xtreme 3-15x56: Low-light/night-usage rifle scope made originally for hunting. Oversized objective for high light transmission and increased low-light contrast/clarity. 3x-15x magnification. 30mm tube diameter. 14.2'' overall length. MSRP is ~$3200USD.

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R1X Reflex/Red Dot: Wide FOV red dot/reflex optic. Designed for rapid attachment/removal. Features a toggle switch between a standard red dot reticle and a 3-dot stadia reticle centered at 50 meters and calibrated for 10, 7, and 5 meter increments for each stadia dot. MSRP is about $650USD.

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Intelligent Combat Sight (ICS) 6x40: Tactical sight featuring an integrated ballistics calculator and rangefinder. Calculates target distance and angle out to 800 meters in the form of an illuminated trajectory-compensated aiming point at the press of a button. Features a top rail for a micro-reflex and an offset backup ironsight on the upper right side. It's pretty damn high tech. MSRP:???

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MkV Battle Light: Handheld or mountable combat flashlight. Illumination is noticeable as far out as 500 meters. Houses an 800 lumen white light. Can survive submersion in up to 5 meters of liquid. Costs about $250

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DBAL-3 (Dual-Beam Aiming Laser): Combination laser sight/IR laser/IR illuminator with adjustable illumination. Visible laser is green. Comes in black or desert sand. MSRP ~$1500USD.

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Their email or official marketing contact information:

Steiner
331 East 8th Street
Greeley, CO 80631

Tel 1-888-550-6255
 

Email: info@steiner-optics.com

Any additional comments you have: Steiner manufactures a huge number of really high-end aftermarket firearm accessories and optics. I'm pretty sure they also work with or as an independent defense contractor. There's far too many different flavors to show in one post, so I really recommend browsing their site.

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On 4/14/2017 at 9:32 PM, christoffer5700 said:

• Manufacture: EOTech

• The type of optics: Holographic sights 

http://www.eotechinc.com/contact

Any additional comments you have: If you do add it please make it realistic like this

making it a better option for a more run and gun play style if people wish to do that 

I am just curious if you know that no matter where that reticle is, it will still be on target.

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4 hours ago, winemedineme said:

I am just curious if you know that no matter where that reticle is, it will still be on target.

Yes that's why i said "please make it realistic"

so when you run around or walk and you have head bumps the reticle will stay on target and you can still be accurate instead of looking like the reticle is on target but really isnt

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1 hour ago, christoffer5700 said:

Yes that's why i said "please make it realistic"

so when you run around or walk and you have head bumps the reticle will stay on target and you can still be accurate instead of looking like the reticle is on target but really isnt

Gotcha :)

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Manufacturer: Primary Arms

Type of Optics: 1-6x, 1-7x, or 1-8x variable optics, really nice variable optics that allow adjustable magnifications. they also come with in scope range estimation and the ACSS reticle is specifically set for 5.56.

Contact Info:

1. Email us at info@primaryarms.com or using the form below. We'll need your name, email address, a quick message about what you want to discuss, and, if you've got one, an order number we can look up. 

2. Call us at 713.344.9600. We're available Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM Central Standard Time. We love talking with other firearms enthusiasts, and we're happy to help. 

3. Fax us at 713.436-9194 

4. Visit us in person at our retail showroom. You can find us here Monday through Friday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM & Saturday 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM Central Standard Time.

2825 Miller Ranch Road, Suite 213 
Pearland, TX 77584

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The standard m4a1 stock iron sights, I think it always looked cool. Also, the option to put other sights on top of the stock instead of taking it off entirely. SAA-AEG-17-1L.jpg

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Manufacture/Company Name: Aimpoint

The type of optics they make (pictures optional) Micro T-2 and all products here!

Their email or official marketing contact information: Click me!

Any additional comments you have: 
Unique features: 

- Advanced optical lenses for even better light transmission

- Front Flip-up lens cover is included

- Transparent rear Flip-up lens cover is included

- Reinforced protection of the turrets for even greater ruggedness

- Ideal for rifles, carbines, shotguns, submachine guns, and handguns

- Weight 3.7 oz. (105g) including mount, sight only 3.0 oz. (84g)

- 1X (non-magnifying) parallax free optic

- Compatible will all generations of Night Vision Devices (NVD)

- 1 Off position, 4 night vision compatible settings and 8 daylight settings – one extra bright for use with laser protection glasses or in bright desert sunlight

- Integral Picatinny-style base allows easy attachment to any rail

- ACET technology allows 50,000 hours (over 5 years) of constant operation with one battery

- Available in 2 MOA dot size

- Hard anodized non-reflective finish

- Submersible to 80 feet (25 meters)

- Use as a standalone sight or piggybacked on larger magnifying, thermal, or night vision optics

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Hey developers from EFT, I watched a Beta video the other day, with a generic red dot sight, on an M4A1. It seems to me, that the ret dot itself, isn't very bright - usually you can select different intensities on a red dot - which you can do on an Aimpoint Comp m4. In addition to this, you can also select an intensity in the sight, whether or not the dot is visible while viewing the sight through a NVG.

I'm not sure this is in the correct thread, or if this is known, just thought I'd put it out there.

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Smith & Bender 12X50 PM II with a sunshade or lower magnification value's with and without sun shaders with the mount for red dots.

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