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Crosman 0290 Red Dot Sight

Crosman 0290 Red Dot Sight

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  • Description
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  • Crosman red dot sight
  • Mounts on 3/8" dovetails
  • Fits Crosman 0459MT mount and Benjamin B272 intermount

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Item Code: CR0290RD [PY-A-193]
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By Bill from USA on 2016-01-06
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Things I liked: Really easy to set up.

Things I would have changed: The vertical and horizontal adjustment wheels need positive click stops. They are too easy to change.

What others should know: Glare in the viewfinder from the laser tends to obscure small targets. Is there a way to make it less bright?

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By micheljgaudet from USA on 2015-12-12
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Things I liked: Cost. They say "You Get What You Pay For", right? Well, this is a prime example. You TRULY should not expect more than what this thing provides for the money spent. And, I did get a true 'Red Dot' sight for the small amount of money. Thumbs Up!

Things I would have changed: This thing is a piece of CRAP regarding the BUILD. The thing is flimsy. The LED wires are EXPOSED! The knobs for adjusting are too easy to turn, ESPECIALLY the vertical. The top portion (the window) is sort of at a sideways slant, but very slight. Also, the dot is WAY TOO BRIGHT for what I consider typical indoor shooting lighting conditions, unless you have the target singularly lit up by, say, a spotlight or a nearby bright lamp. I am thinking I will eventually open the thing up and install a small 'pot' for dimming down the light. Outdoors in bright light, should not be too problematic. One last thing. I THINK the rated 'MOA' is five - NOT!!! This thing HAS to be closed to about an 8 or 10! If you are thinking of using this for more than fifty yards, fah-get-abaht-it, unless you are aiming at something like a LARGE cardboard box, say 3X3 feet. For plinking cans and such in bright light at 10 meters or less, this will do.

What others should know: Don't get me wrong regarding this little Crosman 'Red Dot'; it DOES work, BUT... people, save the money and look for a TRUE RED DOT made by a company who makes them for a living, so-to-speak, a company who depends on repeat business, like maybe "BSA". I found one for around $30 (normally about $85-120) and it is WONDERFUL. And be sure to get one with adjustable brightness. Also, red is the standard color, but it is NICE to be able to switch from RED to GREEN, or maybe even BLUE. I would NOT recommend this 'scope' to a friend, unless he or she said it MUST be under twenty bucks, but then I would mention the downsides of it, along with the fact that it IS suitable for bright light plinking at under ten meters.

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By Ray from USA on 2015-10-14
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Things I liked: very simple and inexpensive - fun

Things I would have changed: not such a bright light

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  • Mike from USA asked:

    will this sight mount to the steel breech up grade on a 1322 with the LPA rear sight kit

    • micheljgaudet from USA:


  • Kenneth from USA asked:

    will this fit on the benjamin p1322 with steel breech upgrade

    • micheljgaudet from USA:

      If you have ANY 3/8" rail, YES!

  • ATMG68 from USA asked:

    I have a Beeman duel caliber X2 break barrel. will this work instead of a scope? I know this gun need a scope it doesn't come with iron sights.

    • micheljgaudet from USA:

      Dan is ABSOLUTELY correct, in that it CAN, and due to the really CRAPPY build of this red-dot_ MOST LIKELY. It seems to be 'okay' for light use, such as on my Crosman pump-ups and such, but just remember the 'MOA' has GOT to be at least TEN!, which means the DOT will fully cover most bulls-eyes of targets... it ain't no pin-point you see.

    • Dan the Man from USA:

      I don't recommend these for springers, they will break.

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