Designed to fit Canik Elite TP9 SC, Canik METE SFX, Canik METE SFT, Sig P365X/P365XL/P365XL SPECTRE COMP, Ruger Max-9, Glock 43X MOS/48 MOS(not compatible with regular glock 43x/48 that are not MOS), Springfield Hellcat OSP, S&W Shield 2.0 Optics Ready, S&W MP9 EZ, S&W M&P shield plus performance center, Walther PPS M2 Optics Ready, Girsan MC1911SC Ultimate or any pistol/mounting plate/slide with RMS/RMSC screw pattern/footprint.
Hard coated aircraft aluminum and multi-coated glass. Not plastic body with polymer lens.
ADE SPIKE red dot sight is always powered on with automatic brightness. Operates with a single CR2032 3v battery. With our advanced technology the sight only draws approximate 700 microampere powers to give a very long battery life. The brightness will turn high and low accordingly to the environment brightness.
4MOA, Weight approximately 17.6 grames(0.62oz), (Length)1.6"e; x (Width).92"e; x (Height).93"e;
Comes with screws for several Optics Ready handguns. Does not comes with any mounting plate such as picatinny mount or plate made for a specific handgun.
Ade SPIKE created an iron sight curve at the end of the body, and also added two white dots on the curve. For the rear of part of the red dot to become a back up iron sight. With the ultra short design, the red dot provides a distance/gap on some full size optics ready pistols, to give enough distance to be a Co-Witness back up sight, in addition to the LED dot and pistol equipped iron sight
For non-optics ready pistols that need to use an optic plate/adapter to replace the pistol manufacturer equipped rear sight, ADE Spike’s rear white dot will act as a pistol factory original rear sight for Co-Witness.
Comes with 3 pairs of screws for Sig P365XL/X, Springfield Hellcat OSP and Canik TP9 Elite SC ONLY. The provided screws might NOT work with EVERY compatible pistol listed. ADE makes the red dot to accept the industrial standard footprint. The pistol manufacturer makes the optic cut/slide for the same footprint, but they have their own opinions to decide which type screws that the screw holes take.
ADE Does not know the screw spec every pistol manufacture used for their screw hole. Please ask the pistol manufacture what screw specs they used on the hole and ask them to provide the screw. If you can’t get the screw to work properly, we recommend going to a local hardware store such as ACE Hardware to get the right size.