Hello Freedom Gorillas. Here at Freedom Gorilla we know finding the perfect optic can be confusing, especially when you don't have it in your hands to see in person.
In short the EPS Carry is a narrower than the EPS Full size and the EPS Full size has a larger window. Almost everything else is the same. The EPS comes with an RMR Adapter plate and the EPS Carry comes with an RMSc adapter plate.
*Note: In this vidoe we are using an EPS Carry MRS and an EPS Full Size 6 MOA - that is why the EPS Carry MRS has a solar panel on it. The EPS Full Size MRS models also have a solar panel (not pictured).
Holosun EPS Carry
What are the differences between the EPS and EPS Carry?
The specs on both optics are the same except for their dimensions and also a few other things:
- The EPS Carry has rear dovetails built into it's rear deck, the EPS full size does not.
- The EPS Carry has a smaller window than the EPS Full Size.
- The EPS Full Size comes with an RMR Adapter Plate.
- The EPS Carry comes with an RMSc adapter plate.
- The EPS Full size is recommended for larger pistols like full size and compacts with wider slides. The EPS Carry is recommended for smaller sub and micro compact pistols with thinner slides.
- The EPS Full-size Comes with 6-32 screws that are about 3/8 in length.
- The EPS Carry comes with 6-32, M4, and M3 screws that are all about 12mm long.
What are the similarities between the EPS and EPS Carry?
- Both come in 2 MOA, 6 MOA, or MRS Reticles in Red or Green.
- Both have the same specs.
- Both have a "K Series" Footprint.
- Both only have solar failsafe and auto brightness modes on MRS versions only.
- Both are priced the same.
EPS Full Size and EPS Carry Photo Comparison
Below are photos to show you the differences in size of the EPS and EPS Carry.
*Note: In this photo comparison we are using an EPS Carry MRS and an EPS Full Size 6 MOA - that is why the EPS Carry MRS has a solar panel on it. The EPS Full Size MRS models also have a solar panel (not pictured).
And there you have it. Hopefully this gives you a better understanding of the differences between the two optics.
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