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Average Customer Review4 (30 reviews)
Things I liked:BSA has a decent quality product for the price paid. I have several and they all perform well when used within their limitations.
Things I would have changed:I would like to see a warning on the label. It would be nice to know before making a purchase, that it isn't sturdy enough for the recoil of a spring-piston, or gas-ram air gun. My sight lost it's center in 4 shots. I could re-zero it and it would lose center again.
What others should know:You get what you pay for. This sight works perfectly on my pneumatic air pistol and on my SKS ( 7.62x39 ) High power air guns like a Nitro-piston type are WAY to much for this thing.
Things I liked:This sight is compact, has the option of either mounting to 3/8" dovetails or 5/8" weaver mounts. The adjustable Red dot can get pretty bright in lower light situations, if needed.
Things I would have changed:I would like to see this work better in sunlit situations. You need to basically set in on a max brightness in high light. The dot seems to get bigger than it needs to be like that.
What others should know:I did not like this mounted w/ Crosman intermounts on a Mac1 Benjamin 392. It sat up higher, the dot seamed to float around, and I couldn't seem to keep it zeroed. However, on a Mac1 Benjamin Discovery it was a different story. With the dovetail mount, it sat lower, the dot didn't seem to float around, and I could hold zero alot better. Maybe it all depends on how & what you mount this sight on. It seemed to do well on the Mac1 Discovery, but it still can't top a great scope for precision accuracy with that rifle.
Things I liked:Works in low light on close in targets.
Things I would have changed:The nuts on the mounting screws stripped, needs better quality mounting hardware. Needs a scope stop pin for spring or gas piston guns with 3/8" dovetail mount to keep it from moving.
What others should know:Had to go to the hardware store to replace the nuts that stripped off the mounting screws. I put this on a low velocity (695 fps)Benjamin Titan nitro piston rifle with a 3/8" dovetail mount. The scope slid back with every shot, after about 15 shots it was sliding off the back of the receiver. The mount is too low to use a separate scope stop block without striking the lens frame. This problem was solved by installation of a 3/8 to Weaver conversion rail with a scope stop pin and flipping the scope mount over. I don't recommend this scope on a hard hammering gas or spring piston gun with a 3/8" dovetail mount. If you must use it on that type of gun, convert it to a weaver mount. ...2 star rating due to the weak mounting hardware.