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Beeman Sport Aperture Sight

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Beeman Sport Aperture.

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Take a huge step up by clamping on one of these small but elegant aperture sights. The right side of the mounting dovetail can be fitted exactly by simply tightening hidden precision lock screws onto the male receiver grooves of most adult air rifles. These units allow the sight to be switched from gun to gun (even though different makes), and can be attached to guns which have receiver grooves that are not open to the rear, such as the Webley Stingray or Exocet air rifles. Securement screws bear against this sight's clamping jaw, not against the gun. Positive click micrometer adjustment can be locked securely. The target knobs on the deluxe version are a welcome addition for shooters who prefer the convenience of readily turned knobs. Built of rust proof alloy with a tensile strength of over 85,000 lbs., it is compact and weighs only 1.5 oz. Special anodized deep blue-black finish is extremely durable. No machining required -- just slip onto receiver grooves and tighten Allen screws with wrench provided.
Instantly fits air rifles with built-in scope grooves and has easy to use finger adjustable knobs. ( Beeman, HW, Hy-Score, El Gamo, old and new Webley, Winchester, RWS, Geco, Sharp, Marksman, BSA, BSF, etc.)

Item Code: BN-5823 [PY-A-717]

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By ErbyB from USA on 2009-09-27
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Things I liked: This peep sight is light weight and accurate. When you make adjustments, the adjustments hold. I prefer this sight over a scope on my high quality air gun.

Things I would have changed: If I could change it, I'd make the allen screws just a little beefier.

What others should know: Don't overtighten screws on this sight. If you're careful, it will serve you well.


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By Curtis from USA on 2009-09-08
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Things I liked: Easy to intall, looks good and greatly improved my accuracy.

Things I would have changed: Offer a smaller hole.

What others should know: My eyes struggled with the stock iron sights on my Avenger 1100, but I didn't want the bulk and complexity of a scope. The Beeman aperature was the perfect solution. Shooting is very accurate and now I can see the target!


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By chrismel3816 from USA on 2008-03-11
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Things I liked: I have this on a .25 caliber Webley Patriot. Perfect set-up. The Patriot is heavy and hard on scopes. This adds almost no weight, and is suited to the rifle, as no one uses it for endless target practice. You can aquire a target quickly, and take it out easily. I can often shoot better groups with it than my scoped R-1. ( you don't notice movement like with a scope )

What others should know: Ideal for short to medium range hunting on a rifle like the Patriot for small to medium game and pests.


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