Model MO1 Tactical Micro Reflex Sight
Optical magnification 1x
Aiming dot size: 3 MOA/Red
Parallax Free Yes
Unlimited Eye Relief Yes
Lens Material Glass
Lens Coating Yes
Anti-reflex, all surfaces and high transmission Yes
Power Source Battery
Battery type CR2032
Battery life – Day time use: 60,000 hours at lowest setting
Battery Position Bottom
Brightness Control Automatic
Motion Sensor Yes
Low Battery Warning Yes
Auto-turn off Yes
Window Dimensions 0.83×0.62 inch/22×15.8 mm
Optic Dimensions(LxWxH) 1.61×0.98×0.93 inch/40.8x25x23.5mm
Weight (with Battery) 20g/0.70 oz
Housing High Quality CNC Machined 6061 T6 Aluminum
Housing Surface treatment Anodized
Adjustment 1 MOA (100 MOA Windage & Elevation)
Optic Interface Patern Shield RMSc
Waterproof IPX7 with its original interface

Fits Canik Models METE SFT, METE SFx, TP9 Elite SC, TP9 SFx, TP9 Elite Combat, TP9 Elite Combat Executive, SFx Rival. Fits All Model Handguns with Shield RMSc Footprint.


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Specifications, description, Reviews & Questions

.494 lbs
4.5 × 4.5 × 2.25 in




Battery Type


Battery Life

60,000 Hours

Aiming Dot Size

3 MOA/Red

Due to the high-tech Motion Sensor in the MECANIK MO1, the battery life is preserved when the optic is not in use. Its Light Sensor automatically adjusts the brightness of the red dot, in order to match ambient light and maintain visibility. The MECANIK MO1 Tactical Micro Reflex Sight has a 3 MOA red dot, which has been identified as the ideal dot size for urban environments. Finally, the MECANIK MO1 has the capability of Co-Witnessing with your favorite Iron Sights. MECANIK is proud to give you the most efficient, reliable, and robust electronic sighting system in the world.

Questions and answers of the customers

    Hello, will this fit into a 45 caliber 1911 5” Les Baer? Thank you
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    Q Hello, will this fit into a 45 caliber 1911 5” Les Baer? Thank you answer now

    Dear Customer,

    Thank you for reaching out to us regarding the compatibility of the optic with your pistol. I regret to inform you that I am unable to provide a definitive answer on this matter. To ensure the optic's compatibility and safe usage with your specific pistol, I strongly recommend taking one of the following steps:

    1. Contact the Manufacturer: Reach out to the manufacturer of the optic directly. They can provide you with precise information regarding compatibility and any potential recommendations for your pistol model.

    2. Consult a Gunsmith: It's advisable to contact a professional gunsmith in your area. They possess the expertise and knowledge needed to assess compatibility and ensure proper installation.

    3. Refer to Your Owner's Manual: Review your firearm's owner's manual. It may contain valuable information about compatible accessories and optics for your pistol.

    These measures will help you make an informed decision and ensure that the optic you are considering will work seamlessly with your pistol while maintaining safety and functionality.

    If you have any other questions or require further assistance, please do not hesitate to reach out. We are here to assist you in any way we can.