Williams Diopter Sight

Williams Diopter Sight

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  • Description
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  • Williams peep sight (5D-AG, part No. 70809)
  • Fits 11mm dovetails
  • Windage and elevation adjustments
  • Useful for airguns and rimfires with a high line of sight

Home in on your targets by replacing your air rifle's rear sight with this one from Williams.

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Item Code: AV-B70809 [PY-A-2003]

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By Athanasios from USA on 2015-08-11
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Things I liked: Fits and works on most Air Rifles.you can spend $70 to $100 or buy this which is One of The Best for Less !

Things I would have changed: Nothing !

What others should know: Don't buy One,buy 2 or more they are Great Peeps !

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2.0 2.0

By Wayne from USA on 2015-08-11
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Things I liked: Easy installation. Good diopter size for hunting in low light. The relatively small outer diameter of the diopter and slimline frame allow for good vision of the target area. The black finish is durable. I had no problem in adjusting the sight. The vertical adjustment can be precisely adjusted by turning the small lock screw on the top next to the diopter. Of course the larger lock screw has to be loosened for this.

Things I would have changed: While the slimline frame allows for good vision, I think it should be a little heavier with a lock screw on the outboard end of the "L" on which the diopter sits. I experienced enough movement under recoil to affect groups from a bench rest, even though all existing lock screws were tight. I suspect there would be a risk of bending or breaking the upper L if it were bumped, which could be a problem in the field. The addition of a windage screw would be helpful. The sliding diopter is difficult for me to adjust.

What others should know: I am a fan of peep sights in general and Williams sights in particular. I prefer them over scopes for distances under 30 yards. This model notwithstanding, I find them to generally be well made, precise, and easy to shoot, with quick target acquisition. I used this model on two of my air rifles, an RWS 34 classic 22 caliber springer, and a Hatsan 95 Vortex 25 caliber. The sight held zero with the RWS better than it did with the Hatsan, but of course the two rifles use different power plants and have different recoil. Because I was concerned about bumping the sights in the field, and because the sight's screws kept working loose on the Hatsan, I replaced both of them with the Williams FP-AG TK dovetail mount, which I think is a better choice.

2.0 2.0

2.0 2.0

By Greg from USA on 2015-08-09
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Things I liked: Fits the HW30S

Things I would have changed: Add target knobs, add micrometer adjustments, decrease the size of the aperture.

What others should know: I would have bought a better sight if there were one available but this was the only item that fit the HW30S. Works ok, and is fine for the price, but I would have spent more to have a better sight.

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  • Joseph from USA asked:

    Has anyone used this sight w/ the Benjamin Trail Pistol?

    • Scott from USA asked:

      I have a new crossman shockwave. The center front fiber optic sets up .725 from the top of the barrel. is the right height williams sight?

      • ahkell from USA asked:

        Would this be a good choice for a Diana 54 Air King?

        • Dan the Man from USA:


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