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Old 04-08-2010, 01:57 AM   #1
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I have been looking at this red dot from Nikon and was wondering if anyone had experience with it.

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Old 04-08-2010, 02:08 AM   #2
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I have zero experience with Red Dot scopes, but I've had and have a bunch of Nikon scopes. I've always been pleased with their quality.

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am torn between both of these scopes and they do the same thing just that nikon is a well known brand for scopes..what you guys think

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am torn between both of these scopes and they do the same thing just that nikon is a well known brand for scopes..what you guys think
How can you be torn between a scope that will A: not hold zero. B: fall apart after 200 or less shots. C: Not Hold Zero.

I have one BSA i would use them on Rimfires that that is it. I put a BSA target scope on my 223 and groups almost doubled in size. it would hold zero for 1 shot then it would jump all over the place.

My Nikons shoot the same no matter what I do....
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I have zero experience with Red Dot scopes, but I've had and have a bunch of Nikon scopes. I've always been pleased with their quality.
Yeah, I have a nikon in my AR but was thinking about a nice red dot in the future. I don't want to spend $400 or more on an Aimpoint or Eotech.
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I doubt you will have any problems with that Nikon red dot.

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