EOTech EXPS2 Holographic Sight: Models: EXPS2-0 and EXPS2-2
The EXPS2 offers true 2-eyes-open shooting and provides an unparalleled targeting experience. The all-purpose EXPS2 features easy-to-adjust side buttons and a quick-detach lever. It has a transversely-mounted lithium 123 battery. The increased height of the EXPS provides iron sight co-witness access in the lower third of the viewing window.
Whether you're using the sight for law enforcement or hunting, the EXPS series sights are the premier optics in the line. If you like this model but need night vision-compatibility, look at the EXPS3.
- Night Vision-Compatibility: None
- Length/Width/Height: 3.8” x 2.3” x 2.9” (96.5 x 58.4 x 73.7 mm)
- Weight: 11.2 oz (317.5 g)
- Water Resistant: Submersible to 10 ft. (3 m)
- Mount: Quick-detach lever fits both 1” Weaver and MIL-STD-1913 rail
- Power Source: One 123 lithium battery
- Battery Life: 600 continuous hours at nominal setting 12 at room temp.
EOTech EXPS2 Overview
When a sight doesn’t allow you to keep both eyes open when aiming, you lose your situational awareness. This might be unimportant if you are practice shooting for fun on a range, but in real life tight situations it can be a deadly handicap. This is these sights are one of the leading manufacturers in weapon sights, created amazing products such as the EOTech EXPS2.
It has, of course, all the sturdiness and high quality you’d expect from this product. The design is amazing and compact. By having only a single lithium battery, the EXPS2 takes up less space on your rail, allowing you to place more accessories than before. This single lithium battery still offers you 500 hours minimum operation. You don’t have to fear that you might forget your sight activated since it will automatically shut down either at 4 or 8 hours, depending on your preferences.
The EXPS2 has 20 different brightness settings that will suit all your needs from morning till evening. This way no matter what type of environment you are in you will be able to aim just as perfectly. You don’t have to worry about shocks, dirt or bad weather either since this sight isn’t some sensitive beauty. Even in the worst conditions, the EXPS2 will remain faithful and operational. It is especially suited for daytime military operations and civilian needs.
The distinction between inferior quality and premium Red Dot Sight is undeniable. At MSP, we only offer Holographic Sight from the most trusted brands like Eotech. Buy with confidence that we stand behind the product we sell.
|Length:||3.8 in (96.5mm)|
|Width:||2.3 in (58.4mm)|
|Height:||2.9 in (73.7mm)|
|Weight:||11.2 oz (317.5g)|
|Mount:||1" Weaver or Mil-Std 1913 rail|
Customer Ratings & Reviews
The EOTech EXPS2 is flat out awesome!
The EOTech EXPS2 is flat out awesome! Lighter and smaller than the older units and takes only one battery as well. The built-in quick-release mount is yet another feature this little guy offers...for the price it is one heck of a unit. I had little problem zeroing this guy in at 50 yds, after that you can use the ring ticks for closer or longer shooting. I will add that so far the mount has held zero after removing it repeatedly AND it is nuclear bright if you want it to be. Awesome, no complaints thus far.
Awsome parallax feature, very clear picture.
The EOTech exps2 has a very nice reticle, and the glass is very clear. The adjustment for the brightness is excellent can use in direct sunlight or dark, colossal range. The parallax on this is fantastic! You can move your head all over, and it stays on target very well. I have a very lovely accurate AR-15 and was groping five shots in a 1/4 inch at 50 yards. I had shots going through the same hole. So even without magnification, this works great! Some say they get the grape effect but turn down the brightness and don't stair at the reticle look at the target, and you will be fine. If you have bad eyesight, this will show it. I have astigmatism, and this sight reminds me, but with my glasses, it's perfect.
The EOTech exps2-2 is a Excellent product
I bought this product because the buttons are located on the side of the unit, which made for more comfortable excess, and it uses the CR123 battery. The other units that use the AA batteries I hear can corrode. I have used the CR123 battery in an Aimpoint red dot and have not had that issue. I would say I like this product a bit more over the Aimpoint because I can see my targets quicker, and I love the halo around the dot for close-range targets.
EOTech exps2-0 is Awesome
I mounted this EOTech exps2-0 on my tavor. I was debating between the Eotech XPS2-0 or an Aimpoint of some sort. I am glad that I chose the EOTech. I like the sight picture on the EOTech, compared to the single dot to the Aimpoint. With this sight, I can consistently hit an 18" steel plate up to 300 yards of a bench with my Tavor. Highly recommended on any tactical carbine or rifle.
The EOTech exps2 is a GREAT SIGHT
This EOTech exps2 is an excellent HWS, Easy to zero in, sight shot in the black at 50 yards without bore sighting. I have it mounted on a Colt M-4 Carbine model LE6920 with front iron sight, EXPS2 mounts high enough to see over front iron sight, I installed the Magpul MBUS flip-up rear sight,the iron sights can be used without removing the Eotech HWS EXPS2, Thank You EOTECH!!!
I've been an Eotech fan for years, despite having tried most of the other offerings by Aimpoint and Trijicon. I've found through a number of carbine classes that the Eotech's circle-dot reticle is faster for me than a simple dot and the larger FOV more forgiving of eye alignment when shooting from awkward positions with imperfect cheek weld. With that being said, in the past, I've always preferred Eotech's AA models due to AA battery availability, but in the back of my mind, I'd wondered about the longevity of the plastic battery compartments, being aware of the occasional rare report of recoil-induced compressed or loose battery springs. The EXPS 2-0 seems to have addressed that problem with the metal transverse CR123 battery compartment that's stronger, shorter and avoids inline spring compression from recoil. The quick-detachable mount is fast & easy to adjust and install plus appears much less likely to loosen over time than the previous Eotech mounts. The only caveat is to use quality CR123's as cheaper batteries may not be strong enough to take the lateral pressure of recoil and end up rupturing inside the battery compartment. Finally, the actual weight of the EXPS is 11oz, not the 8oz listed (which is the weight of the XPS). Regardless, I give the EXPS 2-0 5 stars for its battery compartment, size, and mount improvements.
Great Sight, Great Service!
Great sight by EOTech. I own the HHS I system as well, which is mounted on a 16" carbine. The EXPS2 is intended for use on a 10.3" SBR. Allows standardized training/operation across platforms and with the EXPS2 you get all the essential features at a lower price point. Quick delivery by MSP with the military/LE discount and 5% off to boot! Thanks MSP!
I used the EOTech 553 model during my time in the Ranger Regiment and liked it a lot. I was looking to replace the Aimpoint that I had on my personal AR and decided to go with an EOTech. The EXPS2 was a great choice. it is much shorter than a full size model such as the 553 so it takes up much less rail space. The EXPS2 is a solid optic and the 123 batteries have decent life spans in it. The battery compartment is much more solid than the ones found on models such as the 553. Overall I am very happy with my purchase. Mounts Plus got it delivered in a very timely manner as well.
I went back and forth between the EXPS2 and XPS2 and finally went with the EXPS2 due to the 7mm raised base. The sight is well made and the reticle is great for fast target acquisition. Additionally sighting in the EXPS2 on my ColtLM6920 was a breeze. Mounting Solutions Plus delivered the sight before the promised date and I would definitely order from them again.
This is my first holographic sight that I ever try and it was far better I than I could hope for. Up to now I only used iron sights and always hit my target and never consider using any other sighting systems but when I got an S&W M&P-15 I went out and got one. Zeroing it in was a mirror problem because of the range rules for min distance but I was able too anyway. I did removed the sight afew times to see if it does hold the zero and it does.