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Hatsan Optima 1x30 Red Dot Sight
The Hatsan Optima 1x30 Red Dot Sight is designed to provide a red reference dot without magnification on your guns with 11mm dovetails. It offers the ultimate in quick target acquisition and low light precision. Choose this sight as a lightning-fast shooting upgrade for virtually any gun in your collection.
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Things I liked: Put this on a Crosman 1077 semi auto pellet rifle...To me it's the Best, Hit anything 20 yards 25 yards even 35 yards..
Things I would have changed: None
What others should know: Came with Extra Battery..
Things I liked: works great
Things I liked: Nice, durable dove tail red dot with a small/fine dot. I believe it's 3 moa, where other dot sights are 4-6 moa, which are too large for precise shooting. 11 brightness settings but 1-3 Is fine for me. Obviously as brightness Increases, then so does the size of the dot, slightly. Works great for low light pesting and is solid. I've used It on my Beeman P17 and my Bandit, but On the bandit the mags wont work with it and I really don't want to use big ugly tall adapters that mess up my poi downrange. Yes, you can obviously still sight It In with big tall rings or adapters but the p.o.i and dot will only Intersect at that one point (say 40yds) and as distance changes, the dot and p.o.i. will move further and further away from each other and run out of elevation alot faster than something mounted down closer. So I might go with something smaller for the bandit, like a small dot sight, micro reflex sight or perhaps a pistol scope with cantilever, or as small adapters as possible.
Things I would have changed: This Is a solid and dependable red dot for dovetail with a nice fine dot but there's 2 small Issues I've had with this Dot sight. The first Is that there's no dust caps Included, but that's easily remedied. The second Issue Is, the windage, elevation adjustment seem to be backwards. Let me explain. So when swapping from one gun to another, I routinely have to re-sight. Well, on the windage adjustment, the marks are opposite of the Intended p.o.i. direction. For example, Im shooting and the point of Impact Is hitting to the right of Intended target. Well, naturally adjusting windage to "left", would start walking the p.o.i over to the left (by actually moving the dot to the right). On this Dot sight, adjusting windage to the "left" actually shifts the dot to the left, NOT the P.o.i., so that will only push your p.o.i. farther to the right. The scopes Ive used/own are setup so the marks move the p.o.i. In the Intended direction. Left moves it left, right goes right, up is up.
What others should know: Good red dot and would buy again. Just took a little bit getting used to the different types of adjustment.
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Will a springer/gas ram damage this sight?
how long is this scope and will it fit a browning 800 mag and still have enough room to cock the gun?
Yes it will fit on the 800 magnum
What size MOA dot does this have? Has anybody used one on a B5-1 Chinese side folder?
Noit exactly sure, but my best estimate is 1-2 moa. It's really small, which IMO ia an enormous plus. All other 3-5 moa dots are just too friggin' big for precision distance shooting. The tiny dot on this model should be advertised A LOT, since I think it is a HUGE selling point. I have one mow & plan on getting 1-2 more as soon as I'm finished with assembling other rifles and a pistol.