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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
By Larry from USA on 2010-07-22 02:40:27Things I liked:Two power settings,screw adjustments rather than knobs and very solid with minimal lateral movement.
Things I would have changed:Maybe a larger viewing area but that would increase size and cost.
What others should know:Along with this Daisy I tried the Crosman and UTG/Leapers dot sights in the $10-15 price range. To me the Daisy is the brightest and sharper dot, plus it has 2 power settings. The Daisy also has MUCH less side/end play than the other two. The difference is huge and as a result the Daisy holds zero much better. I also like the screw adjustments better than the knobs because the knobs are easy to knock out of whack. I have used my Daisy's on four pistols, one of them .22 cal and two rifles, one of them .22 cal. The Daisy has held zero on all of them perfectly. Admittedly, I only shot targets in my back yard and lay the guns down on a bench when necessary, so they don't get knocked around in hunting or paintball type activities. The Daisy holds zero for pure gun recoil and that's all that matters to me. This is actually a case where the less expensive unit is superior in many ways to it's competition
0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
By Chevota from USA on 2012-01-26 21:50:34Things I liked:The price, at first that is because it isn't even worth 5 of the $10.
Things I would have changed:Make the dot bright enough to see outdoors. Make it less ugly. Make it stronger. Basically you get what you pay for.
What others should know:Skip it unless it's for an airsoft gun only to be shot indoors.