DI Optical Reflex Optics on M2 HMGs at Turkmen Parade

Among the latest small arms displayed at the recent Independence Day Parade were DI Optical USA DCL-120 reflex sights mounted to .50 BMG M2 Heavy Machine Guns. Currently, it isn’t known what type of mount is clamped to the receiver of the machine guns. But it certainly appears to be a Picatinny rail that allows the DCL-120 to be mounted to it.

Some of the M2 machine guns didn’t have the optics mounted on them.

From the manufacturer website-

Optical Data

System Reflex, Collimator System
Magnification No Magnification (1X)
Eye Relief Unlimited
Red Dot Size 3 MOA Dot / 40 MOA Circle
Field of View (FOV) 96 m @ 200m
Objective Lens 120 × 70 mm
Optical Coating Anti Reflex Coating All Surfaces, Multi-layer Coating for Reflection of Red Light

Electronic Data

Battery Two CR 123A 3V Lithium Battery, or External Power Source : 10~28V (Option)
Battery Life 1,000 hours
Dot Brightness Settings 1 Off & 5 Daylight Mode, 3 Twilight Mode, 3 Nightvision Mode

Mechanical Data

Housing Material High Strength Aluminum
Surface Finish Hard Anodized, Matte, Carbon Black
Mounting Solution Built-in Type (For MIL STD 1913 Picatinny Rail)
Click Adjustment 1 click = 25mm at 200m
Trajectory Ranges 200, 400, 600, 800, 1,200 meters


Length/Width/Height 330 mm / 180 mm / 150 mm
Weight 3,000 g

Environmental Data

Temperature Range −41 ℃ ~ +71 ℃

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