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Things I liked: Well made with flawless finish. Very tight clamping. Little adjustment with the allen screws. Had quite a time getting it clamped on the rail of my Beeman P-1 Pistol. I think it may be on for good with the adapter. The choice between a green or red dot of variable intensity is helpful. Getting older with stepless bifocals has made pistol shooting increasingly frustrating. Had to finally break down and put on the dot sight and forgo the traditional open sights.
Things I would have changed: Not much really. I do note that the dot tends to be a tiny bit misshapen on low power. It looks somewhat comma like (a tail on the round dot). This is just a slight annoyance. If there is a way to improve the dot presentation, it would be a good thing (but probably not on mine).
What others should know: Works well on my Beeman P-1 and has made it a tack driver again. IT always has been, but these old eyes haven't been the equal of the pistol. The dot sight changed this back. Older shooters beginning to have more difficulty with a fuzzy sight picture might want to consider this option.
Things I liked: Fit and finish are excellent. The locking clamps are adjustable for tightness via allen head screws, which apparently some reviewers missed. The display is bright and clear. The red and green dots are adjustable and I ran it at the lowest setting. Clearly well thought out and well engineered.
Things I would have changed: I would like to have this device with a 40mm tube. I like it just fine as is but I would pay more to get a 40mm tube and this same form factor and design.
What others should know: The reviews for this device do not do it justice. The instructions for the device are very small print and I think some folks just did not understand how it works.
Things I liked: Easy setup
Things I would have changed: The locking switches are not so tight
What others should know: My green does not stay on.