Leupold & Stevens, Inc., provider of the world’s most rugged, lightweight, and clear sport optics, is pleased to announce the addition of a new model to its popular DeltaPoint Pro line–one that features a 6-MOA dot.
Designed for competitive speed shooting and personal defense, the larger 6 MOA red dot excels at rapid, close-range target engagement and increases accuracy when it matters most. An incredibly wide field of view and crystal-clear glass dominates the competition, while its rugged aluminum housing and spring steel guard ensure it will perform in the harshest conditions.
“The DeltaPoint Pro is the fastest, toughest red dot on the market, and has been used to win pistol competitions around the world,” said John Snodgrass, Tactical Product Line Manager for Leupold & Stevens, Inc. “Shooters asked for a larger dot, something designed to make it even easier to get on target fast at close range. With the new 6 MOA model, we’ve delivered that in a proven package that’s designed, machined, and assembled right here in the United States.”
The DeltaPoint Pro is designed for those who don’t just demand speed, but depend on it. You’ll see more in less light with Leupold’s Professional-Grade Red Dot Optical System, which delivers the light transmission, glare reduction, and resolution that professional shooters demand. Its design creates an incredible field-of-view that opens up your peripherals and allows you to get on target fast. Like all Leupold red dot sights, the DeltaPoint Pro is supported by the company’s battery-saving Motion Sensor Technology (MST), which puts the sight into a battery-saving standby mode after five minutes of inactivity. When the MST detects motion, it instantly activates the sight so it’s ready when you are. A manual mode allows the sight to shut off when not in use.
The new 6 MOA DeltaPoint Pro will be available both in a Matte Black and Flat Dark Earth (FDE) finish.
Waterproof, fogproof, and guaranteed to perform life, the DeltaPoint Pro is designed, machined, and assembled in Leupold’s Beaverton, Ore., factory.