Holosun Releases SCS For S&W M&P 2.0 Series

Holosun Releases SCS For S&W M&P 2.0 Series

Holosun has just released a version of the SCS red dot sight that is direct-mount compatible with the Smith & Wesson M&P 2.0 family of handguns.

Earlier this year, Holosun released the SCS-MOS, a red dot sight that was designed to integrate into a Glock’s slide seamlessly by mounting directly to the MOS-pattern footprint. No adaptor plate required. Now, Holosun is expanding the SCS line and concept with the release of the SCS-MP2 for the popular Smith & Wesson M&P 2.0 line of handguns. The new sight is nearly identical to the original model besides its mounting footprint and aesthetics.


The SCS-MP2 is compatible with Smith & Wesson M&P 2.0 full-size and compact models in either 9mm or .40 S&W. It will not mount to an M&P 1.0 or a Shield. The outward appearance of the SCS-MP2 has been changed from the MOS version as well, now designed to perfectly blend in with the lines of an M&P 2.0 rather than a Glock.


As mentioned, the rest of the features are identical to the MOS model. The SCS name still stands for Solar Charging Sight, and it still has a solar-rechargeable 20,000-hour advertised battery life. The reticle is green, auto-adjusts to ambient brightness and the user can alternate between a 2-MOA dot, a 32-MOA circle or a combination circle-dot. Weight, size, construction materials and durability ratings are all the same between the SCS-MP2 and the SCS-MOS as well.


MSRP for the Holosun SCS-MP2 is $411.75 and it is available now.

For more information, please visit holosun.com.

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