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EOTech is the exclusive manufacturer and world leader of holographic sighting systems for small arms, and is dedicated to continually producing high quality, battle tested products for our servicemen and women.
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In 1996, EOTech debuted its holographic red dot sighting technology for military, sport shooting and hunting applications. The holographic weapons sight (HWS) increases target accuracy and speed of target acquisition. This HWS patented technology provides the user a parallax free sighting device that is nearly indestructible. In 2005, EOTech was acquired by L-3 Communications, the sixth largest defense company in the United States.
The History of EOTech
EOTech, a division of L-3, delivers cutting edge technology and products in the fields of holographic sighting systems, tactical lasers, illuminators and thermal imaging equipment. EOTech is dedicated to providing high-quality battle-tested products to law enforcement and commercial markets around the world.
In 1972, the Michigan State Legislature established an independent, non-profit research institute, Willow Runs Laboratories. It was later renamed Environmental Research Institute of Michigan (ERIM).
Two decades later, in 1993, ERIM formed Michigan Development Corporation (MDC) to commercialize ERIM technology and create spin-off companies.
In 1995, MDC created EOTech as a wholly-owned subsidiary of ERIM.
EOTech Introduces the Holographic Weapon Sight
EOTech introduced the first-generation HWS at the 1996 SHOT Show, under the trade name Bushnell-HoloSight®. The HWS was designed to increase target accuracy and speed of target acquisition in sport shooting and hunting applications. It won the Optic of the Year Award from the Shooting Industry Academy of Excellence.
In 2000, EOTech introduced the second-generation HWS, with a more compact and modular design. It laid the foundation for product entry into the law enforcement and military markets. The next year, EOTech introduced the military and law enforcement HWS, which received the 2001 Shooting Industry Academy of Excellence Optic of the Year Award.
USSOCOM awarded EOTech a contract in 2005. Special Operations and the Marine Corps chose the HWS as their standard close combat optic.