Date: 25/7/2016 18:53

BSA Panoramic Multi-Reticle Sight, 4 Reticles, Weaver Mount


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  • Description
  • Customer reviews
  • Q & A: 4 answered questions
  • 1x magnification
  • 33mm objective aperture
  • 1 MOA click value
  • 4 reticles: 3 MOA dot, 3 MOA crosshair, 30 MOA dot crosshair, 10 MOA crosshair, 60 MOA circle with 3 MOA dot
  • Red reticles
  • 5 brightness intensities for each reticle
  • 3" to infinity eye relief
  • Elevation and windage adjustments
  • 50 yds parallax setting
  • 15.7m field of view at 100m (17.17 yds @ 109.36 yds)
  • Waterproof
  • Shockproof
  • 3.23" long
  • 4.06 oz.
  • Integral Weaver mount
  • Shadow Black finish
  • Includes a CR2032 3-volt lithium battery and lens cap

The manual states there are 5 levels of intensities for green and red dots. This dot sight comes with red reticles only. The same manual is also used for the sight that comes with both red and green reticles.

Many shooters prefer dot sights to scopes because they can more easily see their targets and the surrounding environment. Combine that with the choice of 4 reticles and 5 brightness levels for use in dim or bright light, and this may become your favorite optic!

If you sight-in your gun with a reticle, there is a very good chance that it will not be sighted-in when you change to another reticle. You will probably need to sight-in, again.

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Item Code: BSA-PMRS [PY-A-1983]
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By t.b.c. from USA on 2016-06-25
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Things I liked: Fairly low profile, o.k. sight , on my highly modified 1322, 1"1/2 groups at 40y, with dot, everything else is to big at arm's length. I had to paint top of batt. cover & up ,down arrow flat black because it reflects on the optical glass in red & you cant find the dot in bright light. The dot is very hard to see in bright sunlight, o.k. ,. in shade & eve. It should be brighter on 7 .seems to be holding up well with pumping 13 to 17 times each shot, & shooting about 150 rounds so far.

Things I would have changed: A non reflective top surface. A lock symbol or something to let you know were the d___n thing is (nothing in instructions to let you know) had to you tube it !

What others should know: Works very well for the price. Use a dove tail adpt. when needed .

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By Thomas from USA on 2014-12-08
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Things I liked: View is nice

Things I would have changed: Set screw is terrible. Doesn't hold settings. Every time you take cover off, settings need to be reset. Don't buy this site.

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By Mark from USA on 2014-11-30
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Things I liked: This is a great sight! I put it on a Crossman Silhouette. Clear picuture through the lens, easy target aquisition and the brightness controll works well.

Things I would have changed: It would be great if it was available with a 3/8"/11mm dove tail mount. The required adaptor makes the sight line higher than what I would prefer. That being said I am planning to get another one with the same adaptor for my P1.

What others should know: Buy it, you will like it.

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  • Lei from USA asked:

    Can I use this sight on the CP99?

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  • Sterling from USA asked:

    Can the mounting rail be reversed to fit 11mm dove tails?

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  • Jim K. from USA asked:

    Where is this sight made?

    • Richelle from USA:

      This sight is made in China.

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