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The .300 Blackout is an exceptional intermediate cartridge born from special operations’ demands for superior performance over the 5.56 NATO while still using familiar weapon systems. The .300 Blackout delivers flatter trajectories and excellent terminal ballistics with supersonic ammunition or a quiet yet powerful option with subsonic rounds. EOTECH has developed a cartridge-specific optic that maximizes this versatile round.

The EOTECH XPS2-300 HWS works with both ammo types thanks to a specially calibrated, two-dot ballistic drop reticle. It allows zeroing for both subsonic and supersonic .300 Blackout rounds using the same reticle for instant access to both zeros where and when needed. The XPS2-300 model features a laser-etched ballistic drop diagram on the housing, which provides a quick reference for subsonic and supersonic ammunition drop data.

At only 3.8-inches long and a mere 9-ounces, shooters will love EOTECH’s shortest and lightest HWS sight. Its compact profile pairs perfectly on short-barreled weapon systems such as those used on some .300 Blackout rifles. A single CR123 battery powers the sight, adding to its sleek design. The XPS2-300’s small footprint leaves ample rail space for rear iron sights or magnifiers, making it a go-to mission adaptable holographic weapons system.

The XPS2-300 includes a waterproof housing, long battery life, and 20 daylight brightness settings. User-friendly features like auto battery check and auto shutdown ensure the sight powers up when needed and the large 68MOA ring and (2) 1MOA aiming dots offer uncompromising speed and precision for critical shot placement.

Like all EOTECH products, the XPS2-300 is rugged and reliable. The waterproof, fog-proof, battle-tested sight works even if the sight window breaks or becomes partially obstructed. The EOTECH HWS XPS2 is proudly made in the USA and is backed by EOTECH’s 10-year Prestige Warranty.

EOTECH XPS2-300 Blackout Features

  • Two-dot ballistic drop reticle for both subsonic and supersonic ammunition
  • Durable housing
  • Laser-etched hood with custom “300 BLK” logo and ballistic drop data
  • Lightweight and compact
  • Long battery life

EOTECH XPS2-300 Blackout Specifications

  • L x W x H: 3.8″ x 2.1″ x 2.5″ (96.5 x 53.3 x 63.5 mm)
  • Weight: 9.0 oz (255g)
  • Water Resistant: 10ft. (3m) depth
  • Mount: 1″ Weaver or MIL-STD-1913 rail
  • Windage & Elevation Adjustment: 0.5 MOA per click
  • Brightness: 20 daylight settings (non-night vision compatible)
  • Power Source: 1 x CR123 battery
  • Battery Life: 1,000 continuous hours at nominal setting 12 at room temperature
  • Country of Origin: Made in the USA

Included in the Box

  • HWS XPS2-300
  • Quick-Start Guide
  • Warranty Card
  • CR123 Battery
  • Protective Case

MSRP: $585.00

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  1. So, I had a .308 BDC holographic from EOTech and it was recalled due to the parallax issues. (Which I discovered were quite real when I moved to Texas from Wyoming and noticed it no longer seemed to be as accurate.) So I turned it back in and got a refund. I really liked it though (My wife called it ‘cheating’ since you put the cross hairs on the target and squeezed trigger and look! You hit) and have been tempted to get another. But my question is, did they really fix those issues? Because Texas is STILL hot and going to stay that way.

    • EOTech has the least parallax error of any rifle optic ever made and your accuracy changed because you have to rezero any optic when you move more than 2,000ft of elevation up or down. Bullets fly further, faster and with less drag at higher elevations and plow dirt with rainbow looking trajectories at sea level.

      When I first moved to sea level from 8,500ft all of my guns were hitting dirt instead of targets from 100 yards and out. Some of my guns needed an ammo change for the BDC reticles I had to work right but most just needed to be rezeroed.

      Best part about the low elevation and BDC reticles is that those reticles were usually developed for cheap military spec ammo and projectiles at sea level. Suddenly all of my ACSS, Trijicon and Horus stuff is dead on with M80 and M855 when they wanted $2 match ammo up in the Sangre De Cristos

  2. Oh I want it. $585??? I’ll pass, especially since I have this auto on thing on my AR 300 AAC that I like real well. Jeesh I had to go look at what I have. Don’t you just hate that? It’s the Holosun HS507C X2 With the green laser of the Olight BALDR Pro and then the red circle of the Holosun, it is effing cool.

    It’s not my aim to pee in EOTechs Corn Flakes, but page filler is good.

  3. “auto battery check and auto shutdown ensure the sight powers up when needed”

    Is this like shake awake tech? I might be interested in an eotech someday if their batteries would last longer.

  4. Most BDC reticles are bullshit, and .300blk bdc’s are super bullshit if you aren’t using the exact ammo types, barrel length/twist that it’s designed for.

  5. I could be off by a bit, but I’ve seen this exact same optic by EoTech before. Same model too. I always wondered why they never offered it in the EXPS configuration.

  6. This Eotech 300 Blackout model isn’t “new” at all. It’s been out for years.
    I had that exact model myself, but then I sold it because red dots look fuzzy to my eyes (astigmatism with the color red) — I need green dots instead, which look sharp to my eyes.

    Let me know when Eotech makes the 300 Blackout model in green.
    Until then, stop saying it’s “new”, because it’s not!


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