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Old 04-13-2012, 03:05 PM   #1
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Anyone else buy these? I haven't had a chance to mount it yet but it seems like a nice sight for the money. Think I over paid a bit, but I couldn't resist grabbing it.

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Old 04-13-2012, 04:03 PM   #2
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There a bunch of different brands out there and they all look exactly alike. One mfg with different branding. I tried one on my wife's 22 rifle. Hard to pick up the dot on a pistol. Not really a good sight. Picks up a lot of glare and does not work well in bright light like outdoors. Does not work like an Eotech. I dont think I would want to get it wet. If you want an inexpensive red dot, their 30 mm tube works much better. If you are willing to spend about $80, get a Bushnell TRS25.

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I have a BSA on a Ruger Mk3. It works well. It was a clearance special I picked up for $45. I figured if it was a total POS, I wasn't out much. I have been pleasantly surprised with it.
Still, on guns with actual recoil, I have a C-more & a Burris.

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