Seems eotech knew about defects as far back as 2006 and failed to disclose this information. Now there is a class action lawsuit.
Andrew Tyler Foster, individually and for all others similarly situated, filed a class action lawsuit Dec. 4 in the U.S. District Court of the Western District of Missouri, Southern Division against L-3 Communications EOTech and L-3 Communications Corp., alleging violations of the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act, fraud, unjust enrichment, violations of the Missouri Merchandising Practices Act, strict products liability and breach of warranty of fitness for a particular purpose.
Kinda ****es me off a company would put soldiers lives at risk for profit.Since at least 2006, Defendants knew about defects in their weapons sights that caused product failures, particularly in the extreme environmental conditions in which Special Forces operate. Instead of making a prompt disclosure of the defects, Defendants delayed disclosure for years, until they believed they had a fix or were compelled to make a disclosure because of employee or other complaints.