RAZAR is an acronym for Rapid Adaptive Zoom for Assault Rifles optical prototype. At the push of a button, RAZAR can toggle between high and low magnifications, enabling soldiers to zoom in without having to remove their eyes from their targets or their hands from their rifles.
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Taking a daytime riflescope, removing the objective lens, and replacing it with a cutting-edge night vision attachment complete with a CCD sensor and built-in infrared illuminator, Sightmark has created a unique product capable of vivid daytime and nighttime viewing.
Sightmark started with a daytime riflescope, removed the objective lens, and replaced it with a cutting-edge night vision attachment complete with a CCD sensor and built-in infrared illuminator. The end result is a unique product capable of vivid viewing regardless of whether it is day or night—at Gen 1 prices!