Multipurpose Aiming Reflex Sight (MARS) is used as a
standard sight on the IDF Tavor assault rifle. MARS projects a
circular 0.3 mrad reticle at the line of fire. The dot brightness is
adjusted automatically over a wide dynamic range (1:10,000). In
addition, MARS uses a red-dot laser aiming light. Both can be seen
with both eyes open, through the large eye-box designed for optimal
visibility under difficult day or night conditions.
ITL also introduced the Raptor, a small form factor,
low-silhouette mini-reflex sight. Raptor is equipped with a motion
activated "always ready to fire" mechanism that eliminates the need
for manual turn-on and off operation while minimizing energy
consumption. The day and night capable sight is mounted on a
standard Picatinny rail, and can be augmented with x3 telescope,
without zeroing, for extended range operations. The sight is powered
by a single 1.5V AA battery.