• Lifetime Warranty
    • Fully engineered and manufactured in Japan
    • Superior Glass Clarity
    • Three new ACSS® Reticles

    HOUSTON, TEXAS – Primary Arms Optics announces three new reticle options for the proven Platinum 1-8×24 First Focal Plane Scope. The ACSS Raptor M2 reticle updates and replaces the original ACSS reticle for 5.56 NATO, .308 Winchester, 5.45×39 and 6.5 Grendel rifles. ACSS Griffin MIL and ACSS Griffin MOA are all-in-one wonders able to maximize precision and speed with any caliber.

    Primary Arms Platinum Series rifle scopes are constructed with uncompromising craftsmanship, toughness, and optical clarity. Fully designed and manufactured in Japan for durability and reliability, they are constructed with high strength aluminum alloy capable of handling heavy recoil and abuse, with enhanced glass clarity that must be seen in person to be truly appreciated.

    Due to the First Focal Plane construction, at 1x magnification the appearance is like a red dot or small ring for unsurpassed speed and a clear field of view. At 8x, the reticle grows to display a chevron aiming point, automatic ranging out to 600 yards, and moving target leads. ACSS Raptor M2 features bullet drop compensation, 5 and 10 mph wind holds out to 800 yards for compatible calibers. ACSS Griffin MIL features a dot grid with 15 MIL vertical and 6 MIL horizontal holdovers. ACSS Griffin MOA features a dot grid with 50 MOA vertical and 20 MOA horizontal holdovers.  Available anodized in matte black, the Platinum 1-8X24 First Focal Plane Scopes are priced at $1299.99.

    • First Focal Plane
    • ACSS Raptor M2 reticle calibrated for 5.56 NATO, .308 Win, 5.45×39, 6.5 Grendel calibers
    • ACSS Griffin Mil and ACSS Griffin MOA reticles work with any caliber
    • Partial illumination in red, visible in bright sunlight
    • Fast focus eyepiece
    • Exit pupil: 11.7 mm to 3 mm
    • Eye relief: 4 in. to 3.8 in.
    • Field of view at 100 yards: 105.8 ft. to 13.3 ft.
    • Black anodized finish
    • Click value: 0.1 MIL (Raptor M2, Griffin MIL), 0.25 MOA (Griffin MOA)
    • Waterproof
    • Fog resistant
    • 34mm tube
    • Flip caps included
    • Lifetime warranty


      • Lifetime Warranty
      • Locking, Resettable Turrets and Replaceable Power Ring Fin
    • Patented ACSS® HUD DMR .308 and HUD DMR 5.56 Reticles

    HOUSTON, TEXAS – The Primary Arms 3-18×50 First Focal Plane scope is one of the most eagerly anticipated precision rifle scopes of the year. Now the wait is over. The 3-18×50 FFP scope with HUD DMR .308 reticle is in stock and ready to ship, and the 3-18x50FFP scope with HUD DMR 5.56 reticle is available for pre-order, with anticipated availability in late November to early December 2018.

    Push the resettable windage and elevation knobs towards the scope tube to lock them, preventing accidental turret clicks. Pull them away from the scope tube to make crisp, repeatable 0.1 MIL adjustments. Control both parallax adjustment and partial red reticle illumination from the same knob location on the left side, freeing up tube space for better mounting flexibility. Keep the reticle crisp, using the quick adjust diopter ring, and reposition the power ring fin to suit your personal preference for maximum leverage when adjusting magnification on the fly.

    The brain of this scope is the exclusive, patented ACSS HUD DMR reticle, proven effective in our 4-14×44 FFP scopes and our 6-30×56 FFP scopes. HUD DMR is a holdover reticle that incorporates target range estimation, bullet drop compensation, wind holds, and advanced moving target leads for three target speeds, all without doing math or physical scope adjustment. Due to the first focal plane construction, the reticle’s calibrations are true at all magnifications. There is no guessing or “Kentucky windage” with HUD DMR—the scope provides detailed, carefully tested holdover points to apply in a wide variety of real world shooting situations. Glass quality is outstanding for a precision scope priced at $499, and the 3-18×50 FFP scope is covered by the Primary Arms lifetime warranty.

      • First Focal Plane
      • ACSS HUD DMR .308 now available, ACSS HUD DMR 5.56 coming soon
      • Partial red reticle illumination is visible in bright sunlight
      • Fast focus eyepiece
      • Exit pupil: 16.2 mm to 2.7 mm
      • Eye relief: 3.5 in. to 3.9 in.
      • Field of view at 100 yards: 36.7 ft. to 6.1 ft.
      • Matte black anodized finish
      • Click value: 0.1 MIL
      • Waterproof
      • Fog resistant
      • 30mm tube
      • Flip caps included
    • Lifetime warranty

    Here at Primary Arms, we get pretty excited about bringing new products to you. This one is no different. You all told us exactly what you wanted, and we made it happen. You wanted a prism scope with a powerful ACSS reticle etched into the glass and modular mounting system. It had to have exceptional clarity, be made super tough, and it had to have absolutely no magnification. True 1X power for CQB supremacy.  It’s the Primary Arms 1X Compact Prism Scope with ACSS® Cyclops™ reticle, and we think it’s the most advanced CQB optic available today. Let us show you why your next close quarters rifle scope should be the Primary Arms 1X Cyclops.

    Red Dot Recap

    The “red dot” sight has always been the king of fast sight acquisition. For quick shooting up close where speed is the primary concern, a good red dot can get you on target faster than iron sights. Don’t get us wrong, we love red dots. We built our legacy on red dots. However, they aren’t perfect. There’s only so much you can do with a dot. We think a smarter, more advanced reticle system is just as important in CQB applications as it is when shooting out to longer ranges. Why settle for a just a dot?

    Shooting with the Primary Arms 1X ACSS Cyclops Prism Scope

    There are many shooters who find red dots problematic because they have astigmatism or other issues with how their eye perceives the reflected image of a red dot. A simple dot has enough limitations already, when your eyesight turns it into something undefined and incorrect, the issues with the red dot start to compound. Even if you have 20/20 vision, it’s still possible to run into performance problems with a red dot. So we wanted to build something different.

    The Smart 1x Alternative

    The Primary Arms 1X Compact Prism Scope with ACSS Cyclops reticle excels where the limitations of a red dot start to show. It features a permanently etched reticle like the rest of our line of prism scopes. This means that every shooter will see a crisp, defined reticle when they look through the glass. And a diopter ring on the ocular end ensures that the reticle will be perfectly in focus for your eyesight. The ACSS reticle design is more precise than what is possible with reflected LED emitter technology, and we’ll cover that more thoroughly below. Any optic’s purpose is to provide the highest amount of contrast possible in relation to the target, so we’ve powered the ACSS Cyclops through 11 brightness settings up to daylight bright. At a medium power, the cyclops will run continuously for 3,000 hours. But even if you do lose power, unlike a red dot the Cyclops’s etched reticle still shows up in black. Shooting in a washed out environment, the black reticle can be more useful than an illuminated one to pick up a high-contrast point of aim, giving you more utility in a larger number of situations.

    Looking Through The 1x Prism

    If you’ve run prism scopes on your rifles before, you’re probably used to keeping them pretty close to your eye. For a CQB optic that’s designed for fast target acquisition, we needed eye relief to be as long as we could make it. We stretched Cyclops’ eye relief out to nearly 4 inches, 3.7 to be exact. That’s a full inch more eye relief than our own 3x prism scopes, and 2 inches more than a 4X ACOG. So go ahead, extend that stock out a little, or make some room for your back up iron sights, the Cyclops won’t give you any issues.

    Unlike a red dot, Cyclops does have eye relief and exit pupil specifications. The exit pupil is pretty huge at 13mm, giving this scope a large and forgiving eye box. We built this for fast sight acquisition, so it needed nothing less. Once you have the diopter set to your eyes, you can easily shoot with both eyes open like a red dot, maintaining situational awareness and increasing your speed on target. When you add that capacity for speed to the ACSS Cyclops reticle, what you get is so much more than what a red dot can provide. Allow us to explain further…

    The Smartest Reticle System In The World

    The Horseshoe

    ACSS stands for Advanced Combined Sighting System, and it’s the smartest reticle system in the industry. To be as effective in CQB applications as red dots are, the reticle has to have a simple and intuitive point of aim. The Cyclops achieves this by utilizing the familiar CQB Horseshoe. For targets up close, where speed is everything, just place the horseshoe over the part of the target you want to hit and squeeze the trigger. To quickly hit targets out to 100 yards, just center the target inside the horseshoe and still achieve excellent first round hit probability. The outer edges of the horseshoe also function as moving target leads. For a target moving from right to left, you use the right edge of the horseshoe as your point of aim. The a target moving left to right, use the left edge of the horseshoe.

    ACSS Cyclops Reticle - Bullet Drop Compensation and Ranging Features Explained

    The Chevron and Bullet Drop Compensation

    If you need precision with the Cyclops, we’ve placed the patented ACSS Chevron in the center of the CQB horseshoe. The tip of the chevron provides an infinitely small aiming point that never obscures the target, so you can take a very precise shot when you need to. Sight in your rifle’s point of impact to the chevron tip at 50 yards to create a battle sight zero, meaning the round’s trajectory will impact an inch high at 100 yards before falling back down to the chevron tip at 200 yards. A second tip formed by the underside of the chevron forms a second point of aim, and the bottom of the chevron’s legs forms a third point of aim. How bullet drop compensation works out depends on the caliber. 5.56 NATO and other rounds with equivalent trajectories will reach 400 yards while the slower 7.62×39 and 300 BLK rounds will only make it 300 yards before crossing that point of aim.

    Auto Ranging

    Underneath the horseshoe and chevron are four horizontal ranging bars. These bars offer two methods to quickly estimate your range to a target. To vertically range the target, line up the bottom of the target with the bottom ranging bar and then measure upwards. If the top of the target reaches the highest ranging line, the target is 200 yards away. The other lines indicate 300 and 400-yard distances. The second ranging method is to use the horizontal the width of the ranging lines. Each line correlates to an 18-inch wide target at that specific distance, 200, 300, or 400 yards away. This is useful if you’re estimating the range of a target that’s partially obscured in long grass or behind a rise in the ground, making it impossible to range vertically. The ranging capabilities combined with the ACSS Chevron’s BDC calibration gives you the power to take more intelligent and accurate shots on targets at an unknown distance. For example, if you vertically range a target to approximately halfway between the 200-yard and 300-yard ranging lines, you can use that information to select a point of aim about halfway between the top and bottom chevron tips and give yourself the best possible opportunity to put that round on target.

    The Base Is Not Basic

    The Cyclops is compatible with any standard micro dot mount that you would use with a red dot sight. Because it’s a little larger than red dots, the center of the Cyclops will fall a little higher than a red dot’s would, so always be sure to zero properly. The included Picatinny rail base positions the center of the 1X Cyclops at 1.41 inches above the receiver, the same height as standard AR-15 iron sights. You can remove the base via four Torx screws located underneath. Later this year, Primary Arms will have two spacers available which can be placed between the included base and the scope body to raise the mounting height. PA1X-HM-SPCR-1.535  (PA1X-HM-SPCR-1.535-FDE for FDE version) will place the centerline of the Cyclops 1.54 inches above the receiver rail, or at lower 1/3rd co-witness height. The PA1X-HM-SPCR-1.64 (PA1X-HM-SPCR-1.64-FDE for FDE Version) riser will place the centerline of the optic 1.64” above the receiver rail as an extra tall option. A low mount will place the centerline just 1.05” above the receiver rail will be ideal for shooters using AK-47s and similar configurations.

    Mounting Options for the 1X Prism with ACSS Cyclops Reticle compared with the Advanced Micro Dot

    A Few More Things

    It is possible to use the Primary Arms 1X Cyclops in line, co-witnessing with iron sights like a typical red dot. When placed in line with iron sights, the front sight can be visible through the scope, so if you really want to, co-witness away. But the truth is, you don’t need to. Co-witnessing with a red dot is necessary in case your dot loses power. Even with no power, Cyclops still has a reticle there for you. If you’re insistent on co-witnessing, the iron sights should be zeroed while in line with the Cyclops to make sure your zero is true when you view it through the prism, which does inherently change the way your eye will perceive your iron sights.

    Magnifiers will also work with the 1X Cyclops when placed in the standard configuration behind the prism scope, but you will need to take a little extra time to get the magnifier focused on the reticle to get a crisp picture. When setting up a magnifier for the first time it is important to realize that you are now employing two separate optical systems, and each needs to be calibrated to your eye. We recommend to first adjust the diopter ring on the magnifier to the furthest out position. With the magnifier diopter ring in the furthest out position and in line with the 1X Cyclops, adjust the Cyclops’ diopter ring until the reticle is crisp and clear. Flip the magnifier to the side and check the reticle image unmagnified. If the reticle image is not clear unmagnified, continue to make small adjustments to the Cyclops’ diopter ring with the magnifier in line and out of line until the difference between the two is eliminated or minimalized to fit your needs. For some individuals, this difference may never be eliminated completely, and the Cyclops’ diopter will need a slight adjustment each time the magnifier is moved in line or out of line behind the prism scope. This should be expected, as it is inherent to the unique combination of the two optical systems.

    In addition to the configuration described above, a typical magnifier can be placed in front of the PA 1X prism scope. However, it will introduce a large amount of point-of-aim shift, parallax and overall unreliability of the optical system. We don’t recommend using a magnifier with the 1X Cyclops in this configuration.

    Shooting the Primary Arms 1x Prism with ACSS Cyclops Reticle

    So Good We Guarantee It – For Life

    Lots of company’s warranties cover “manufacture defects” or flaws in workmanship or materials. If there are manufacturer defects present in an optic, it was there when that optic left the warehouse. 15,000 rounds put downrange are not going to magically make a manufacturer defect appear. It was either there, or it wasn’t. At Primary Arms, we believe in what we build. We don’t bring a new product to market until it’s stood up to our exceptionally rigorous testing process, and it doesn’t leave our facility in Houston, Texas to arrive at your door until it’s been inspected by hand. If it can take the abuse we put it through, pass our inspection, and still perform to our exacting standards, only then are we confident that it will absolutely blow away your expectations. We make optics to last a lifetime. Because we’re so confident in that, we stand behind our products for a lifetime. It’s our promise to you. If your Cyclops ever becomes damaged to the point of failure we will repair it for you or send you a new one. No questions asked. So go ahead. Buy with confidence.

    You asked for it, and now it is here. They’re bound to go fast, but they’re here to stay, so get your hands on one as soon as you can and check back often if they’re out of stock. The PA 1X Cyclops is the smartest, most capable CQB optic we’ve ever seen, and we think you’ll agree.

  • Introducing GEN II 3X & 5X Prism Scopes

    A New Generation

    At Primary Arms, we don’t settle when we know something great could be even greater. We go for it. Our line of prism scopes have become very popular because we build them tough, we test them hard, and we don’t compromise — so you won’t have to either. Combine that level of quality craftsmanship with the ACSS reticle system, and we are able to bring you an incredibly versatile and powerful optic solution at a price that’s nearly impossible to beat. It’s easy to see how some people would look at all that and think “job well done.” But when we see room for improvement, we simply cannot ignore it.

    The Primary Arms Gen II 3X and 5X prism scopes are prime examples of our drive to go for it. This new generation of Primary Arms prism scopes provide more utility, flexibility, and more of the features you love. We achieve these improvements all while keeping the price the same – insanely competitive – the form factor familiar, and we back it with our lifetime warranty. We are so confident in the quality and toughness of these Gen II prism scopes, we stand behind them for life. If anything were to cause them to fail, send it back to us and we will repair it or replace it. No questions asked.

    The Upgrades

    The Primary Arms Gen II prism scopes feature some serious upgrades, let us run them down for you before we get into the specifics:

    Improved Mounting System

    Primary Arms FDE 3X Prism Scope with ACSS CQB M2 Reticle mounted on an AR15We’ve maximized the compatibility of our Gen II prisms to allow you flexibility when mounting the optic to your rifle. The attached mount is compatible with any 1913 MIL-STD Rail system but is removable via the thumbscrews for mounting on any mount that accepts AR-15 carry handle-type optics.

    Modular Base for Flexibility

    The mounting base features modular spacers, which can be removed or added to customize the height of the optic on your rifle. This allows the optic to be utilized on a wider variety of firearms including AR-308 and AK-47 pattern rifles.

    Upgraded hardware

    For the Gen II prism scopes, we’ve upgraded the quality and durability of the cross bolt and nut for an even more superb fit to your rifle that will keep your scope holding zero for thousands of rounds.

    Removable 1913 MIL-STD Rail

    One important improvement for the Gen II prism scopes was the top-mounted accessory rail. We’ve made it removable, giving you the option of piggybacking a reflex-style red dot sight for CQB applications or removing the section of rail to make the optic even more lightweight. The choice is yours.

    Primary Arms Lifetime Warranty

    We’re so confident in the quality and durability of the Primary Arms Gen II prism scopes, we’re standing behind them for life. If your optic should ever fail, for any reason, send it back to us and we will repair or replace it for free.

    Primary Arms 3X and 5x prism scope mounting options

    The Details

    Each of the Gen II prism scopes are Type II hardcoat anodized in black, with a flat dark earth ceramic top coat available as a secondary color option. Each of the new prism scopes feature a fast focus eyepiece on the ocular end of the unit to custom-tailor the reticle’s focus to your unique vision requirements and come with flip caps included. Eye relief for the Gen II scopes is slightly different for every shooter but are between 2.5 and 3.0 inches. Each is waterproof to the IP67 standard rating, which means they can withstand total submersion in up to a meter of water for 30 minutes without failing. They are nitrogen purged and fog resistant and have fully multi-coated lenses. Each is powered by an included CR2032 battery.

    Primary Arms 3X Prism Scope CQB M2 caliber specific reticles

    The Gen II 3X Prism Scope

    The new Gen II 3X prism scope comes in two iterations. One version is equipped with the ACSS CBQ-M2 5.56 reticle, which features the large CQB outer horseshoe, an inner horseshoe surrounding the central aiming dot, a bullet drop compensation ladder that allows for accuracy and horizontal range estimation out to 600 yards, vertical ranging brackets built into the outer CBQ Horseshoe, wind holds, and moving target leads. The second iteration of the 3X Gen II prism features the ACSS 7.62×39/300 Blackout CQB reticle which retains all the advanced features of the CQB-M2 reticle, but replaces the inner horseshoe and dot with a chevron tip calibrated to the ballistics of the heavier 7.62 or 300 BLK loadings. The 3X weighs in just at 16 ounces. It provides an 18.8 ft field of view at 100 yards, and has windage and elevation dials that are adjustable at 1/4 MOA.

    Primary Arms 5X Prism Scope Reticles

    The Gen II 5X Prism Scope

    The Gen II 5X prism scope features our patented .223/5.56, 5.45×39, .308 ACSS reticle, which packs many of the same features as the CQB reticles in a more streamlined design, giving you a more unobstructed field of view for the higher magnification setting. In this reticle. The outer CBQ horseshoe is removed. A smaller horseshoe which draws the eye to the target is placed around the center dot. The vertical ranging bracket is present to the right of the main BDC and horizontal ranging ladder, and wind holds and moving target leads fall similarly alongside the bullet drop compensation. The 5X Gen II provides the same field of view as the 3X at 100 yards, weighs in at 18.4 ounces, only 2.4 ounces more than the 3X, and is windage and elevation adjustable at 1/3 MOA. The 5X’s ACSS reticle also features both red and green illumination.

    We are excited to announce this new generation of Primary Arms prism scopes. All these improvements have allowed us to take what were high-quality, durable, and versatile prism scopes and make them even better. Prism scopes are some of the most popular optics solutions for AR-15 and AR-308 style rifles, so look no further than the new Gen II 3X and 5X scopes from Primary Arms for your next prism scope.

  • Introducing 1-6X24 SFP Scope with new ACSS GRIFFIN MIL Reticle

    HOUSTON, TEXAS – Primary Arms announces the 1-6x24SFP Griffin Mil optic, combining our proven 1-6×24 second focal plane scope body with the new patent pending ACSS Griffin Mil reticle, an all-in-one wonder that can be used effectively with any caliber.

    Our best-selling low power variable optic, the 1-6x24SFP is trusted by thousands of shooters to deliver repeatable performance shot after shot for thousands of rounds. Featuring red reticle illumination, a fast focus eyepiece, and finger adjustable windage and elevation knobs, this tough scope is covered by the Primary Arms Lifetime Warranty.

    Now the 1-6x24SFP is available with the new ACSS Griffin Mil reticle. Calibrated to be true at 6x, the reticle’s features include automatic ranging out to 600 yards, moving target leads, and a 5 x 5 Mil matrix for precision shooting. For common calibers like 5.56 NATO and .308 Winchester, Griffin Mil can be used to compensate for bullet drop from 100 to 600 yards without ever doing math or manually adjusting knobs. In addition, seamless integration with the Mil system means this scope can be used effectively with any caliber when combined with a ballistic calculator.   

    Available anodized in matte black, the 1-6X24FFP ACSS Griffin Mil is priced at $289.99.

    • 1-6x Magnification
    • Second Focal Plane
    • ACSS Griffin Mil reticle works with any caliber
    • Reticle illumination in red, visible in bright sunlight
    • Fast focus eyepiece
    • Exit pupil: 9 mm to 4 mm
    • Eye relief: 3.3 in. to 3.5 in.
    • Field of view at 100 yards: 110 ft. to 19.3 ft.
    • Black anodized finish
    • Click value: 0.5 MOA
    • Waterproof
    • Fog resistant
    • 30mm tube
    • Flip caps included
    • Lifetime warranty
  • NEW 4-14×44 FFP Scope With ARC-2 MOA Reticle


    4-14×44 FFP Scope With ARC-2 MOA Reticle

    • Precise reticle uses Minute Of Angle calibration
    • .25 MOA-per-click windage and elevation adjustments
    • Red reticle illumination

    HOUSTON, TEXAS – Primary Arms Optics announces the new ARC-2 MOA reticle, calibrated in Minutes of Angle for traditional ranging and engaging using techniques familiar to many American shooters. Primary Arms is releasing this reticle in the proven 4-14×44 First Focal Plane scope body, featuring 0.25 MOA-per-click turrets for very precise adjustments. Full reticle illumination in red is powered by a single CR2032 battery through six brightness settings. The side focus parallax control and a quick-adjust ocular keep the reticle and target crisp and sharp for precise ranging and engaging. The 4-14×44 FFP Scope with ARC-2 MOA reticle is protected by a 3-year warranty and is priced at $229.99.

    4-14×44 FFP Scope With ARC-2 MOA Reticle

    • Magnification: 4-14x
    • First focal plane
    • Objective lens diameter: 36 mm
    • Ocular lens diameter: 44mm
    • Exit Pupil: 11.2 mm to 3.3 mm
    • Eye Relief: 80 mm to 82 mm
    • Field of View: 27.2 ft @ 100 yards at 4x 7.9 ft @ 100 yards at 14x
    • Click Value 0.25 MOA
    • Total windage / elevation adjust: 60 MOA
    • Length: 13 inches
    • Net weight: 24 oz.
    • Red reticle illumination
    • Etched reticle visible with illumination off
    • Fast focus eyepiece
    • Waterproof
    • Nitrogen purged
    • Fog resistant
    • Fully multi-coated lenses
    • 6063 aluminum
    • Uses one CR2032 battery (included)
    • Lens covers included
    • 3-year warranty
  • A Sneak Peek with The Firearm Blog as “Raptor” Prepares to Spread its Wings

    Nick Chen of The Firearm Blog visited the Primary Arms Optics shooting lane at Media Range Day 2018 and experienced the new 1-6×24 First Focal Plane ACSS “Raptor” scope, connecting with steel targets at 500 yards using an ordinary 16” AR-15 carbine and 5.56 NATO ammunition. See his impressions of this upcoming scope at The Firearm Blog.

  • Press Release: Weapon Lights are now brighter!

    For Release: Contact: Susan Dundas (713)344-9600 x1127; sdundas@primaryarms.com


    • Ultimate Weapon Light now outputs 900 lumens
    • Compact Weapon Light now outputs 800 lumens
    • Lifetime Warranty

    HOUSTON, TEXAS – Primary Arms Optics next generation of weapon lights with improved brightness are now available. The Gen IV Ultimate Weapon Light now outputs 900 lumens of blinding white light out to approximately 300 yards. The Gen IV Compact Weapon Light now outputs 800 lumens out to approximately 200 yards.

    Both weapon lights are covered by the Primary Arms Optics Lifetime Warranty. Waterproof and shock proof, they are shotgun rated and suitable for heavy recoiling firearms. Both are available anodized in matte black or flat dark earth. Matching black or FDE tape switches are also available for both lights. 

    The Ultimate Weapon Light is priced at $99.99, and the Compact Weapon Light is priced at $69.99. 

    Ultimate Weapon Light Gen IV

    • LED: Cree XP-L HD LED
    • Lifespan: Approx. 50,000 hours
    • Maximum light output: 900 lumens
    • Compact Weapon Light GenIV maximum light output: 800 lumens
    • Peak beam intensity: Approx. 21,000 candelas
    • Batteries: Three 3V CR123A (included)
    • Maximum run time: Estimated 2.5 hours
    • Maximum beam distance: Up to 317 yards
    • Shock proof
    • Waterproofing: Meets IPX8 standard
    • Lifetime warranty

    Compact Weapon Light Gen IV

    • LED: Cree XP-L HD LED
    • Lifespan: Approx. 50,000 hours
    • Maximum light output: 800 lumens
    • Peak beam intensity: Approx. 11,000 candelas
    • Batteries: Two 3V CR123A (included)
    • Maximum run time: Approx. 2.5 hours
    • Maximum beam distance: Up to 230 yards
    • Shock proof
    • Waterproofing: Meets IPX8 standard
    • Lifetime warranty
  • Press Release: New Advanced Micro Red Dot

    For Release:

    Contact: Susan Dundas (713)344-9600 x1127; sdundas@primaryarms.com


    • Lifetime Warranty
    • Improved Waterproofing and Toughness
    • 50,000 Hour Battery Life

    HOUSTON, TEXAS – Primary Arms Optics introduces an all-new micro red dot sight, the MD-RB-AD, featuring a lifetime warranty and estimated 50,000 hours of battery life.

    The Microdot, Removable Base, Advanced sight (MD-RB-AD) takes everything learned from our previous red dot sights and refines it a step further. MD-RB-AD features an estimated 50,000 hours of battery life from the included CR2032 battery, powering an ultra-sharp 2 MOA dot. Fully multicoated lenses and an ultra low profile emitter ensure a clean sight picture with minimal lens tint. Eleven brightness settings are controlled by the rotary knob on the right side. The first two settings are compatible with night vision units and cannot be seen by the naked eye. The brightest settings are daylight bright. The illumination knob physically stops at “0” with the red dot turned off.

    Covered by the Primary Arms lifetime warranty, MD-RB-AD is designed for use on heavy recoiling firearms such as shotguns. Constructed of 6061 aluminum throughout, MD-RB-AD features a Type II anodized matte black finish. Waterproofing is improved over previous models—for example, the turret caps are now aluminum instead of plastic and tighten down around the waterproofing O-rings until metal-to-metal contact with the scope body. When removed, the turret caps can be used to adjust windage and elevation.

    MD-RB-AD comes with a removable MIL-STD-1913 Picatinny base. With the base removed, the scope body is compatible with industry standard micro mount systems, enabling MD-RB-AD to be mounted correctly on a wide variety of firearms.

    Available in matte black or flat dark earth, MD-RB-AD is priced at $ 149.99.

    • Removable base
    • Ultra sharp 2 MOA dot
    • Fully multicoated
    • 50,000+ hour battery life at medium setting
    • Uses 1 CR2032 battery (included)
    • 11 brightness settings
    • Night vision compatible (the lowest two settings)
    • Black anodized finish or coated flat dark earth
    • Lowest profile emitter on the market
    • Nitrogen purged
    • Improved waterproofing – 1 meter, 30 min.
    • Fog resistant
    • Only weighs 5.4 ounces with battery
    • Length: 2.54 in.
    • Fits any industry standard Micro mount and gives stated cowitness
    • 6063 aluminum, black anodized finish
    • Lens covers included
    • Lifetime warranty
  • Press Release: New 3-18×50 FFP Scope with ACSS R-Grid 2B Reticle

    For Release:

    Contact: Susan Dundas (713)344-9600 x1127; sdundas@primaryarms.com


    • Lifetime Warranty
    • Locking, Resettable Turrets and Replaceable Power Ring Fin
    • Patented ACSS® R-Grid 2B™ Mil Reticle

    HOUSTON, TEXAS – The Primary Arms 3-18X50 First Focal Plane scope is changing shooters’ expectations about what a precision rifle scope in this class can do. It features the improved, optimized ACSS R-Grid 2B reticle, an unbeatable combination of quickness at low magnification and precision at high magnification.

    This all-new scope enables the precision rifle shooter to acquire a sight picture very quickly for snap shooting situations at short range and low magnification. Yet a full 18x magnification on the high end is possible for the first time in an optic of this class, enabling high precision shots exceeding 1,000 yards. Innovations like a removable, replaceable power ring fin have combined with features demanded by our customers, like locking, zero-resettable target turrets.

    The R-Grid 2B reticle is a refinement worth waiting for. The familiar ACSS chevron and horseshoe remain for up close snap shooting. Auto-ranging will be familiar to ACSS users. The original line grid has been replaced with a dot matrix grid, giving more precise holdover references with less clutter, and extended down to 15 Mil below center.

    Available anodized in matte black or flat dark earth, the 3-18×50 First Focal Plane scope is priced at $499.99.

    • First Focal Plane
    • ACSS R-Grid 2B reticle works with any caliber
    • Full reticle illumination in red, visible in bright sunlight
    • Fast focus eyepiece
    • Exit pupil: 16.2 mm to 2.7 mm
    • Eye relief: 3.5 in. to 3.9 in.
    • Field of view at 100 yards: 36.7 ft. to 6.1 ft.
    • Black or flat dark earth anodized finish
    • Click value: 0.1 MIL
    • Waterproof
    • Fog resistant
    • 30mm tube
    • Flip caps included
    • Lifetime warranty