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Things I liked: Compact size and very similar to the TRS25 without the high cost and when (whoever makes this) it was designed, they put the switch on the left side. the TRS25 is on the right side and a little cumbersome to get to. This red dot is half the price of it's completion.
Things I would have changed: I don't particularly like the lens caps.
What others should know: I didn't put this on my air gun, I put it on my Ruger Mark III. We'll see how it holds up. I am guessing it will do just fine since the recoil on the Ruger is considerably less than my Titan.
Things I liked: Everything...compact, accurate, easy to sight in.
Things I would have changed: Battery life could be better.
Things I liked: Small, clear dot, useful brightness range. Unit itself is quite small, about 1/3 the size of the UTG.
Things I would have changed: Maybe some integrated flip up covers instead of the tiny bikini covers.
What others should know: This sight looks very similar to the Bushnell TRS-25 that costs at least twice as much. The red dot in this sight is smaller and more clear than the UTG red dot at similar brightness.
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i have tried several scopes on the break barrel air rifles and all of them become disoriented after a few good shoots and cannot be tuned properly again. Not sure if the scope is damage by the vibration of the spring. So are these scopes more durable and can withstand shocks? anyone been using them for more than several hundreds shoots?
You don't want to use a red dot on a springer.
You say that this is a "micro" red dot, and then you say it is a "mini" red dot ... but you never say what the actual size is. Is it anything less than 5MOA?
The micro and the mini refer to the size of the sight itself. To the best of my knowledge the dot is not under 5 moa.