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Old 12-05-2012, 05:28 PM   #31
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Yes it is! I like it alot. Not sure I like the sights on it though.

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Old 12-05-2012, 06:47 PM   #33
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Yes it is! I like it alot. Not sure I like the sights on it though.
The MBUS sights that came stock on my PSA 5.56 upper are worse. It's all relative.
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The MBUS sights that came stock on my PSA 5.56 upper are worse. It's all relative.
Dang. Maybe I just to get used to em. If not, anybody know a good, cheap, reliable red dot sight? Is there anyway to get a scope and still be able to use the iron sights in case the red dot quits?
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Dang. Maybe I just to get used to em. If not, anybody know a good, cheap, reliable red dot sight? Is there anyway to get a scope and still be able to use the iron sights in case the red dot quits?
Mueller has a nice reflex red dot you can pick up for under $100
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Mueller has a nice reflex red dot you can pick up for under $100
There are red dot sights all over Amazon for like 40 bucks. And foregrips for $10. Both have good reviews! Wonder what the catch is...
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There are red dot sights all over Amazon for like 40 bucks. And foregrips for $10. Both have good reviews! Wonder what the catch is...
Yeah but you said GOOD.
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Yeah but you said GOOD.
Well put. How bout the Sightmark Sure Shot reflex sight? Heard of them?
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Well put. How bout the Sightmark Sure Shot reflex sight? Heard of them?
I know a rep from Sightmark and he seems like a decent guy that's sure about his products, but I haven't had the opportunity to use their stuff so I can't say. I own a Mueller reflex and love it. I'm sure you could find some reviews on YouTube about them that could give you a better idea.
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I know a rep from Sightmark and he seems like a decent guy that's sure about his products, but I haven't had the opportunity to use their stuff so I can't say. I own a mueller reflex and love it.
I looked up the mueller reflex and it looks identical to the sightmark. I might try it out. Has a 1x zoom (not much I know), 4 different reticles, and a 25 hour battery life.
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