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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
By Customer from USA on 2011-04-15 13:17:36Things I liked:Very fast target aquisition. You can shoot with both eyes open with this sight. It can be extremely bright or dim for low or high lighting conditions. Very accurate and consistent - keeps zero. Shock from most airguns will not have an effect on this sight. You can mount this on 11mm and regular weaver rails just by turning the clamps around. Awesome looks. Very quick and easy to zero. Light weight.
Things I would have changed:I don't think there is anything I would change about this sight. There are things that would *improve* the sight that are available on other products like being able to change reticles, zoom, and stuff, but why? This sight does a great job of just being a dot - NO FRILLS.
What others should know:This sight is fantastic, especially to be less than thirty bucks. I bought mine from Academy Sports and Outdoors because pyramydair was out of stock. I payed more for it at Academy, but I really wanted it. At ten meters with this sight, I was able to shoot an arrow in half with an IZH-61 on the first try. This sight complements an IZH-60 and IZH-61 extremely well. Pyramydair knows what they are doing carrying this sight. Excellent product. Makes shooting way too easy. The most awesome dot you can get for thirty dollars and i dare say less than seventy five dollars.
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
By cliff from USA on 2012-01-24 17:04:09Things I liked:The customer service at Pyramid air is outstanding
Things I would have changed: I feel like I am reviewing a different product than everyone else. The first one I recieved seemed to be defective, parralex float at 50 yards was at least 12 inches. I E mailed customer service and they shipped a replacement out to me in 2 days. The problem being that the new one is just as bad as the first. Not even usable for close range.
What others should know: Don't go cheap, you get what you pay for.