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List Price $55.00 Save $5.01 (9%)
Crosman LPA MIM rear sight
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Things I liked: Works great bought only one came with everything you need. Installed easy for me, but with anything before I buy or install it. I research on line first. Bought this for my 2289G pump rifle, but ended with a scope on it. The LPA worked fine on my 2289G very nice too with a 8 to 10 pumps. I like to target practice under 15 yards with the pumper. So 4 pumps I use LPA shot low. Sight works great with higher pumps!! So it will go on one of my 2240 configurations. Would I buy one again? Yes if I needed A iron sight. The quality is there. In the powder gun world you would pay more money for a iron sight. Be safe have fun.
Things I would have changed: Nothing!
What others should know: Great product just think about your use of it on a pump air gun. I use lower number of pumps.
Things I liked: Bought the extended barrel to go with this sight and just today, got a chance to do some test shots. The sight is great - at about 55 ft I was consistently hitting on or very near a silver dollar sized target.
Things I would have changed: Wouldn't change anything on the rear sight (although when being shipped, it should include directions for installation).
What others should know: The sight on the long barrel needs to be painted either white of international orange - it's black color doesn't standout enough to give the sight a sharp edge to aim at the target at a distance.
Things I liked: Good quality for the price. Installation was easy with included tools. Positive adjustments for both elevation and windage and the sight holds zero well so far.
Things I would have changed: Can't think of anything.
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