Date: 1/5/2016 21:27

Walther Multi-Reticle Sight, MRS, 7 Brightness Levels, 4 Reticles, Weaver Mount

PY-A-1902

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Walther Multi-Reticle System (MRS) specifications:
  • Red dot
  • 7 brightness levels
  • 4 reticles
  • 1/3 MOA
  • Windage & elevation adjustments
  • 17 yds field of view @ 109 yds
  • 23x34mm lens
  • Weaver mount
  • 3.25" overall
  • .25 lbs.
  • Uses 3V CR 2032 battery (included)
  • Includes lens cap & 2 Allen wrenches

If you sight-in with one of the reticles, 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: Walther-2300569 [PY-A-1902]
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By Stephen from USA on 2016-02-21
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Things I liked: Easy to install on the rail of my Tangfolio Gold blowback pistol, adjustments were quick and I had this sighted in within one magazine of firing. Now I can hit everything I am targetting at 25 feet out. I achieve 1 to 1.5 inch groups consistently. Great eye relief from traditional sights with the irons.

Things I would have changed: Nothing, this Walthers product has served well on several mounts, holds accuracy for many magazines and holds true even after storing away for a few weeks. Easy to adjust and re-mount to other guns with weaver rails.

What others should know: I turn mine off to save batteries when not firing and while I change magazines and reload. The batteries have lasted me two months already and I shoot daily, I have only needed the lowest setting indoors to see the various reticles clearly.

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By james from USA on 2016-01-13
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Things I liked: the small dot is great for target shooting, nice and clear image, no problem with parallax

Things I would have changed: I would like this with a 11mm base!!!

What others should know: I have this sight mounted on my Crossman pistol (1701p) and with the small dot I can always hit the ten ring!!! this sight holds zero and adjust easy. I am very happy that I bought it and I'm getting an other one for a different pistol

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By John from USA on 2015-07-10
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Things I liked: Build and construction

Things I would have changed: Directions and adjustment

What others should know: The directions are terrible, the pictures are mirrored and wrong period. In the directions it appears that you should loosen the left rear mounting screw which is wrong. My red dot had a lock screw that was covered up with a brown epoxy type substance. I had to clean this hard material out before I could get anything to work. Even after correcting the lock screw problem, when adjusted properly it would move when you locked it down. Do yourself a favor and get the Center Point multiple reticule instead, I got one at the same time it it work excellently.

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  • Tony from USA asked:

    can i put it on uzi?

    • Bruce from USA asked:

      What adapter would be best for a Crosman 2240 with a long steel breech for use with this sight?

      • Stanley from USA:

        UTG makes an 11mm to weaver adaptor around 10 bucks.

    • wade from USA asked:

      My locking screw for sight adjustment isn't bored out to loosen/ tighten.Do you have to loosen the locking screw to adjst highth and windage?

      • Cory from USA:

        Yes, you must loosen the locking screw to adjust the sight.

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