Firefield’s newly launched Impulse red dot sights are designed to offer more options for rifles and shotguns. The new sights come with two different objective lens sizes and with or without a laser.
The Impulse line provides four different models to perfectly match any requirement and need you might have as a shooter. The different models are the 1×28 Impulse with or without a laser. Both of these have a 28mm objective lens diameter. The other two models have a smaller objective of 22 mm and are the 1×22 Impulse also with or without a laser. This wide variety provides a red dot sight for any tactical shooting situation. They can even be used for hunting.
Each of these models comes with a red and green illuminated circle dot reticle. The sights offer targeting with no parallax for any shots beyond 20 yards. Windage and elevation are adjustable and the scopes offer unlimited eye relief.
Nearly any red dot provides fast target acquisition. The Firefield Impulse sights are no exception. The two models with lasers provide even faster acquisition speeds and pinpoint accuracy and precision.
The available Cantilever mount offers the ability to mount the sight forward so it can be used with other shooting accessories like magnifiers. Each sight also includes flip-up lens caps which help to protect the optics.
The sights are constructed with aluminum and are recoil rated up to a .308. They are IPX5 weatherproof as well as shockproof and fog proof. The operating temperatures range from 0 to 120 degrees Fahrenheit. The combination of this rugged design allows you to use the Firefield sight in pretty much any weather condition.
The dimensions differ for each model. However, they are overall on the light side with a range between 7.5 and 10.9 ounces. This allows the sights to be used on pretty much any sort of rifle and shotgun and even on some handguns.
The sights are powered by standard AAA batteries which can be purchased in pretty much anywhere. Firefield claims that the sights offer an outstanding battery life. Should you run out of battery though then there’s usually someplace around that will sell AAA batteries.