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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
By Customer from USA on 2011-01-16 14:46:41Things I liked:It's pretty much as advertised. I've got two. Dot can be seen in bright daylight, on the shady side of target @ 7 yd, and into a dark room @ 20 yd. it is visable @ dusk @ 120 yd, I haven't tried longer distance. It seems to hold zero after shooting. I've treated it gently. Dot is bright inside, with lights on & windows open @ daylight, I believe the 50 yds. advertised
Things I would have changed:For the money, nothing.
What others should know:Be sure to line up the top screw with the front sight. I have one mounted on top of the barrel & @ 1.75" above center line. It's sighted in @ 10 yd, so if I put the barrel against the target & the dot on the bulls eye, i'll punch a hole @ 1.75" low & @ 20yd, probably 1.75" high. The other laser is on a tri-mount @ 1.5" right & 1" above, It's zero is 120 yd. knowing the closer I get , the more low & left it will hit.
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
By David from USA on 2011-09-13 07:30:03Things I liked:Nothing ! Its came to me broke right out of the package
Things I would have changed:Make it work, at keast when you take it out of the package.
What others should know:When I got this the batteries were missing so I called Pyramyd. They said Crossman would ship them directly to me. They did, two weeks later. Then it would not work. I would recommend looking elsewhere.