Things I liked:Seem s well machined save for a slight inaccuracy in the mounting screw holes that was easily fixed.
Things I would have changed:The laser needs a bit more sophistication in its adjustment. Also, it would seem logical that the laser should be directly over the scope so its beam is in at least the vertical plane of the scope. Then, elevation would be the usual only adjust necessary to compensate for distance.
What others should know:Seems to be a good value for the money, all things concerned. The "free" Red Filter was a nice suprise and seems to work well with the scope to amplify the light from the red filtered light.
Things I liked:Clear, crisp laser. Well built. The light comes with a red screen which makes it perfect for certain types of varmint hunting at night. It easily works for the distances it said it would, although I am no fan of a laser for more than 20 yards in the day. It can be made a little faint in bright sunlight, but is still usable. I like the on off switches so you do not have to fool around with cords and pads staying where they are supposed to. I use it for up close where my 6-24 scope is not really usable and it does a fine job at this task. It makes those close up and personal shots a snap. Something about being equipped for long range only draws varmints in close like in laws at Christmas time. Makes a great snake hunter especially when you slip up and don't see them until it is really uncomfortable.
Things I would have changed:Make a larger mounting rings for a larger scope.
What others should know:You will not regret getting it and it is a good bargan for the money. I plan on buying another one. It is better than advertised.
Things I liked:Fits great on my Leapers 4x30 scope, great when its to dark to use my scope doesn't add much bulk
Things I would have changed:Cheaper price :-)
What others should know:Great if you're a small game hunter personally I wouldn't invest in a laser if I was only plinking get better with a scope. This is definitely worth the money