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Things I liked: This is my first Red Dot Scope, and i think its an excellent piece. The dot is bright and has a good size for the close and medium range shooting. I put on an Aftermath .45 Mayhem pistol and gives a awsome accuracy and nice tactical look.
Things I would have changed: The knobs for adjust the point of impact has the arrows wrong.
What others should know: Ist a great Red Dot Scope. I recommend it.
Things I liked: I put these on a couple of custom Crosman 2300s. Overall they are rugged and good value. Not sure if is me but the dot set up dials on both are backwards. It frustrated me for an hour or so until i realized this. Either the direction register needs to change on the knobs or they need to be relocated to behind the intensity adjustment and still have the direction arrow defined the right way. I had the corssmans sighted with regular sights so knew they shot well and expected reasonably quick and minor adjustments. everything went south for a while until i figured out the issue. Past that point it was an easy ride. The dot intensity is not great during the day so you have to turn it up high and that makes the dot really large so you can't really use it past 10 meters. Better in the dark though still feel like the dot is too large.
Things I would have changed: Better dot size, easier intensity adjustment, the knob is way too stiff on 2 units i have. Would be great if it had a green or red dot as a choice instead of just the red.
What others should know: Good value but has it's challenges
Things I liked: this is an amazing scope. i got it as part of a package on my Beretta XX-Treme. after shooing with it for a while i realized it is nearly parallax-free. i still can't hardly believe it, but it's as parallax-free as my $400 aimpoint scope. i just ordered another to put on my .22 handgun.
Things I would have changed: it would be nice if there was an option for 3/8"/11mm rails.