TracerX Photography and Judah Torres take a quick look at the MH1 Red dot optic
Hartman is introducing a new red-dot optic, and not only does it look cool, it has some nifty features. The optic can be charged via USB, with a single charge gets you 2000 hours, and there is a CR2032 battery backup. It comes with two different reticle options, and an internal accelerometer turns the optic off after 10 seconds of the gun being pointed down, and instantly turns the sight on upon being raised back up.
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