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    Coltrama Reflex Sight

    Thought I would share a photo with you of the Coltrama Reflex Sight mounted on an SP1.

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    Unusual Colt accessory. Thanks for sharing!
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    You will see more photos and data on it in the future.
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    I bought one when they came out and have never mounted it. It still sits in its original box with its original, unused, but now corroded, battery. I thought it would turn out to be a rare accessory and that has proved to be true.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JudgeColt View Post
    I bought one when they came out and have never mounted it. It still sits in its original box with its original, unused, but now corroded, battery. I thought it would turn out to be a rare accessory and that has proved to be true.
    JudgeColt, are you able to validate for me what the battery was? I'm trying to find batteries for mine. I have had a gentleman recently tell me that the battery is an LR50 but I haven't bought one yet.
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    Tell us more about it? Timeframe, reticle, etc!! That's half the fun of this forum - learning new information without having to go to the googles....
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    I’m sure I’m not the only one here who will be waiting for more info and pics. Thanks for sharing with us.

    Tom
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    Coltrama Reflex Sight

    They are strange looking, but pretty much useless as a red dot......ask me how I know. The original battery is extinct but there is a replacement type but I can’t recall what it is. I will try to see if I can find the type.
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    Modern battery replacement is a CR123A.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Minuteman1636 View Post
    JudgeColt, are you able to validate for me what the battery was? I'm trying to find batteries for mine. I have had a gentleman recently tell me that the battery is an LR50 but I haven't bought one yet.
    I had not looked at the unit for years. I see that it has two batteries. They are short and fat. The base ("plus" side) has a large "1" and a tiny patent number, followed by "ETAL." Having a device that uses batteries that look the same, I suspect MAM is right, the CR123A cell is probably the modern equivalent.


 
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