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Things I liked: This is a great fit for Nitro Piston, Ruger Blackhawk and Airhawk, Winchester Springers, and the economy Hatsan in .25. Much better than bad plastic rear sights that this class of springers come with in box. I have read so many comments about mag springers being "scope destroyers" this is a logical alternative for close and mid range.
Things I would have changed: One word: CRUDE. I have Beeman peep sights from '90s. They actually are click adjustments with knobs to turn. This is the closest I could find on PA site. But the Williams site works great on my $100 Fury NP. Still, an upgrade to click movements - even with price hike - would be worth extra $. Beeman produced one with small screws that a mini screwdriver could operate. Williams could do that. The windage is a piece you slide side to side and then screw down. It can work, but look to small notch in front of sight hole, in good light, to line up with lines. The elevation is functional; just make sure to tighten lateral screw on left side to lock down elevation arm, when ready, after adjustments.
What others should know: For gas spring users, in addition to heavy ammo like JSB Monsters or Beasts, make sure to Loctite lateral screws on peep site and scope stop. Even with 25 grain Monsters that REALLY slowed down my NP, and made my Fury useful, easier to shoot, and accurate, the jolt still backed out screws. Loctite Blue.
Things I liked: Good construction, very solid, very rugged, and very accurate on my Hatsan 100X.
Things I would have changed: Add a stop pin that is built in, and increase the amount of lateral adjustment you can provide. Mine is currently almost maxed out to the left to get my rifle to shoot properly.
What others should know: This isn't a top-of-the-line sight, but it is top-notch. If you purchase it, be prepared to make concessions and have some slugs nearby. I was pretty salty about it for about an hour until I got it sighted in, but once I did I couldn't be happier.
Things I liked: Crisp and clear, can use as a ghost ring sight by removing aperture disc.
Things I would have changed: Nothing. Simple and works.
What others should know: Stock blocks downward elevation changes. Requires inletting upper stock on left side.Something I will not do on my 50S. Restricts ammo choices to heavier pellets which print higher on target. Mine has target knobs which I like.
Would this work for a Benjamin Marauder? Could it see over the magazine? Any other recommendations?
will this sight fit crossman vigilante air pistol model ccp882
Does anyone know where to get the .050 replacement aperture for this sight?