Vortex SPARC Solar uses sunlight when power is available. This red dot optic is reliable and always there for you when you’re in need.
The SPARC Solar has small solar panels embedded in the top and automatically switches from battery to solar when sunlight is available, which helps address that burdensome problem of hitting the range with a firearm only to find that your optic’s battery is dead.
A SPARC Solar is mounted on a Diamondback Firearms DB15.300 blackout. The red dot lights up and rolls every time you pick it up.
The SPARC Solar’s red dot has ten brightness settings, allowing owners to have a red dot that is bright and clear at noon when shooting steel targets on the range or at midnight when glass shatters and intruders are in the house.
SPARC Solar weighs in at six ounces. This optic is also small, which is refreshingly different from the bulkier red dots available on the market.
You can choose from a low or high mount. This makes it an option for pistols as well as rifles.
The SPARC Solar, like all Vortex products comes with an unconditional lifetime guarantee.
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