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Old 04-19-2011, 03:06 PM   #1
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Anyone have any experience with these? I can't find a review on this anywhere. I saw on random forum a guy mounted on on a shotgun (20ga I believe), and said it felt well made, but there was no post about how it held up. Any info on these? Think it'll hold zero on a .223, or should I just wait and get the EoTech?
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Old 04-20-2011, 02:19 AM   #2
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Yeah I have one on an AR-15 223. They are awesome. They hold zero. Four different reticles w/red and green. Very bright in day time on highest setting. Nice and compact. If you dont need night vision then why pay $$$ for an eotech?

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Yeah I have one on an AR-15 223. They are awesome. They hold zero. Four different reticles w/red and green. Very bright in day time on highest setting. Nice and compact. If you dont need night vision then why pay $$$ for an eotech?
This is what I was hoping to hear. Thanks for the input! Right now I'm figuring I'll give it a shot, and if I don't like it I can always put it aside (would probably be nice on a 9mm carbine which I plan on making the next addition to the little family), and stick with the open sights for a while longer.
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Glasshartt has TruGlow sights on both of her duty weapons and I have the Trigicon/fiber optic front post insert for my AR from TruGlow. They are some of the best sights I've encountered and if this is up to their usual quality I would go for it.

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