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Things I liked: Good size, lens caps, easy to use
Things I would have changed: Nothing to change, I like it as-is.
What others should know: This is a good value and a great way to try this type of sight without spending a bundle.
Things I liked: This is a great little sight for the money. This is the second sight I have purchased to use on pistols. The red dot is larger and covers too much of the target if used over 50ft but, is the best built sight I have ever found for 10 meter target use.
Things I would have changed: For the price, nothing.
What others should know: Just that it is a good value for 10 meter use.
Things I liked: Low cost, easy install and setup. Flip up scope covers are a nice touch.
Things I would have changed: Fact is, if you want a better reflex sight, you're going to drop a lot of money. If this is your price range, I do not see how you can do better at all.
What others should know: This is a great sight to break into reflex sights with and to see if they are for you. It works very well on my Crosman m4 177. While it may take some getting used to for first timers, you should find target acquisition to be fast and efficient. Keeping both eyes open when using this sight for the most part eliminates eyestrain. If possible (depending on your gun and existing sights) Try to zero the dot inline with an already zeroed open sight for best results. Then remove open sights and literally see what you have been missing.
will this fit on crosman steel breach ?
I've got one of these on my Benjiman Trail NP pistol and I can get the dang thing to site in. I've never used one of these before. What am I doin wrong? My target is set at 25'. That too close? Somebody please help!!
I installed one on my new Harsan AT-P pistol and was hitting a target at 20 yards and 65 yards. Are you looking thru the right end?
I would suggest shooting at a closer target and firing a few shots every time before adjustment so you are not over correcting.