I did a review before under the PS-22 and noted I got the CGT version. It worked fine and is very nice because I can loan it out or use it on all my different weapon platforms. I have used it on my 30-30, 30-06, .223, crossbow, .22, .177 pellet guns, and a few friends rifles. It did suffer from a point of impact shift. It didn't vary as long as I put the mount in the same spot every time. It was off significantly at 100 yards. I sent (costing me a few bux) and ATN had it back to me in about 2 weeks. When I got it back it was much better yet still off predictably. By that I mean it is within an inch or 2 at 100 yards but I shoot tighter groups without the NV in place. Overall, it is a great device and everyone I have showed it to has "eeewed and awwwed" over it. Keep in mind these are guys that use Gen 1, 2, and 3. The once I got was the Gen 2 CGT mainly because of tube life as I stated in my previous post. All in all, I am confident each time I go hunting I will hit what I am aiming at. I have taken a lot of pigs, rats, and other critters with it. If you don't want to have a dedicated weapon for your night hunts this is a great option. Otherwise, stick with a dedicated system.
Pros: Works on various scopes, good optics (with IR)
Cons: Scope has to be kinda high mounted depending on rifle. POI affected mine...
Would recommend: Yes
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