1-year limited warranty
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Estimated in-stock date 06-05-2013
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Average Customer Review5 (40 reviews)
Things I liked:Fits the RWS 48 very well.
Things I would have changed:I don't like the sight adjustment. It requires loosening screws to adjust. It would be a much better product if it had screws that "clicked" without the need to loosening the screws the hold it in place. The horizontal adjustment has some issues. The tang the screws hold down is not long enough.
What others should know:I would pay more for a better sight.
Things I liked:All solid steel, well made, rugged and stays on setting.
Things I would have changed:Make it easier to change settings in the field. Something like adjustment knobs. You have to have two screwdrivers, and once you loosen the set screws the parts and/or screws can fall off. Good luck finding them in the grass. For windage adjustment, loosen 2 screws and shove the peep over and retighten. There are adjustment marks on the bridge but no corresponding mark on the peep, so you have to guess how far you moved it. The elevation adjustment has corresponding marks but the hole wasn't tapped all the way through so the screw would not raise the peep.
What others should know:I got this sight on my new Air Venturi Bronco Target Pro, and while it can be made to work, and actually work very well, the sight will not adjust low enough for the Bronco front sight. It happens that Pyramid Air sells front sight spacers (PY-A-4182, 4 for $7.35)for this rifle.
Things I liked:The scope that came with my Crosman 1000X would not hold zero and the Williams diopter was an excellent quick fix, and well worth the money. Accuracy from the bench at 33 feet is equal to that of the scope's during the few brief instances when it held zero.
Things I would have changed:Wider slots on the elevation and windage locking screws. A smaller apperture and a reference mark on the sliding apperture ramp to facilitate windage adustments. An additional locking screw for the dove tail groove.
What others should know:Most shooters, myself included, have a tendancy, when shooting off-hand, to chase the crosshairs; a little wobble leading to a cycle of increased wobbling, finally ending in a jerked trigger. Wobble is less evident with a diopter and they are a joy to use when shooting off-hand. Rear apperture sights are vastly under-rated. Diopters with a relatively small apperture are a boon to older shooters. They will really sharpen a sight picture. I am 76 and near-sighted. I use a Meritt adjustable apperture and a Lyman 48 sight on my 03A3 Springfield, and have shot many sub-MOA, five-shot, 100 yard groups from the bench. I now switch the Meritt to the Crosman when I'm not shooting the 03A3. It's too bad Williams doesn't make a FP sight for air rifles.
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