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Great Pistol Sight

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on May 29, 2014
I have many DeltaPoint, Trijicon, Cmore and Burris red dot sights mounted on both rifles and pistols. All have good and bad points. The DeltaPoint Reflex is a great choice for most shooters. My first experience with one was with the HAMR sight where the reflex is used in combination with a glass scope. For pistol use I like that they are light, compact and have a good clear lens that is a bit larger than the RMRs. The Auto on/off feature is great; convenient and extends battery life. The 3.5 MOA version for target or more precision and the 7.5 for quicker sight picture. I loved the All Mounts kit. Maybe a bit more fragile than the RMRs but the larger sight picture is the trade. I would not hesitate to recommend this optic.
Pros: larger field of vision, very clear, auto on/off, great mounting hardware
Cons: Not as rugged as the RMRs, ...
Would recommend: Yes
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SAM2355

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, NC Written on December 17, 2013
I have several issues with the sight. The first I received had a short in the circuitry and had to be removed. OpticsPlanet quickly turned around the replacement. The replacement image is not totally crisp. It was quick to zero, and held its zero through about 900 rounds of 9mm at a tactical course this past weekend. Two major problems surfaced. When moving and shooting fast, the sight was hard to acquire. Second and a major issues was that rain drops on the lens obliterate the triangle. It turned into a large irregular blob. Not good in a tactical environment.
Pros: Fairly easy to install once rear sight removed. Easy to zero
Cons: It is hard to acquire the triangle when shooting and moving. The biggest issue is shooting in the rain. Rain drops totally distort the dot image....
Would recommend: No
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10 out of 10 Leopold is stronger and easyer to use

by Legacy Reviewer, Written on June 25, 2013
Hi Leopold seems to be the better out all the red dot sites for compatibility and use You can't seem to go wrong with it ;)
Pros: Very clear vision and easy to see Through you dont have to Strain
Cons: It would be nice if they did in silver ...
Would recommend: Yes
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Delta point 3.5 all mounts

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, GA Written on January 20, 2013
Good sight fit cz perfect the lock screws for the windage and elevation are torks and easily strip. Replaced with allen screws now its bullet proof. Have 3 of these and still adding on.
Pros: Specific gun applications
Cons: Lock screws...
Would recommend: Yes
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Leupold Reflex Sight

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, AL Written on January 8, 2013
Great product, excellent quality. Mounted to a Daniel Defense Ambush 300 Blackout. Sighted product in less than five minutes. Used UTG Low Profile riser to perfectly co-witness sight with Diamondhead iron sights. Sight has held its aimpoint through 300 rounds with no issues. Slight starburst for me (my eyes), but freinds with better eyesight claim to see a single sharp dot.
Pros: Superior Quality. Easy to sight in. Co-Witnesses with Iron Sights.
Cons: None...
Would recommend: Yes
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DeltaPoint Review

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on September 4, 2012
Very disappointed with the DeltaPoint Red Dot.
Size, mounts, glass and housing all a 10.
The Torque Screws are a nightmare, especially if you have big hands. You feel as though they will get stripped with pressure and can't Feel the adjustment, just free turns.
Slight Starburst effect also. Returning
Pros: Small, Nice housing and glass
Cons: Torque Screws, Sighting in...
Would recommend: No
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Leupold Deltapoint Red Dot 3.5 MOA

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, CA Written on March 16, 2012
I had read previous mixed reviews on the Web of this, but decided to take the plunge since I own other Leupold products that I've considered top notch and and are synonymous to the name. First Red Dot came in, sure enough I am another victim of the Star-Burst effect that others wrote reviews of, I am very disappointed, yet hopeful that I may come across a good unit (because build quality looks great) so I return it for an exchange. 2nd unit comes in and the Red Dot is a lot better and more defined, unfortunately I have to exchange it again because it was boxed incorrectly and I didn't have the unit with all the mounts (I wanted to keep the sight and simply have them ship me the mounts & hardware). I get the 3rd unit (2nd exchange), and the Dot is ALOT worse than the first unit. Bad definition, and the star burst effect was present even in nominal light conditions. I gave up and sent it back for a refund. Kudos to OpticsPlanets Customer Service and helping me out through this ordeal! Also, I had called Leupold about this, and they indicated that some Star-Bursting effect is "acceptable". I just thought to myself, "What ?!?!", knowing this would be subjective to what they deem tolerable, I chose not to return the unit directly to Leupold. You usually get what you pay for, guess this was not the case. I'm now debating whether to spend the extra money and just go with the Trijicon RMR, or should I have spent less money for the Burris unit that has had some decent/good r...
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Would recommend: No
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Best bang for your buck

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on September 27, 2011
I love this sight. I debated about spending the money for this sight. I wanted the best with a good guarantee. I got what I paid for. The first sight did not work properly. One call to Leupold and the problem was solved. Within 7 days I had a new working sight. Zeroing was no problem. Absolutly love this sight and Leupolds customer service. Don't go cheap. If you want the best from a company that stands behind their products get Leupold. Get off your wallet and buy one, it doesn't get any better than this. Did I mention I love this sight.
Pros: Light weight, small dot, automatic operation
Cons: I have to wait to buy another one...
Would recommend: Yes
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On Target

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on May 16, 2011
I don't regret buying this red dot in the least but it is expensive. I put it on a AR-15 platform at an angle attached to a varible magnification scope. Its amazing, quarter size groupings at 35 yrds. My only concern is that when its time to replace the battery do I have to resight in the scope again? One has to take the scope completely off the scope mount to get to the battery. Eventually I'm going to find out. Keep the "Leupold Allen Wreches" with you at all times and don't lose them. They don't sell those at the local hardware store.
Pros: Extremly accurate
Cons: Expensive ...
Would recommend: Yes
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Delta Point

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on March 3, 2011
Well constructed and durable sight. I like that it is waterproof. The glass seems like it will hold up well and is very clear. Light, small and the dot looks great. I dont like the tiny allen wrench adjustments, and it takes a bit of time to sight in. It had minor flashing above the dot in all lighting conditions, not too distracting for me, but maybe for some. Mounted well on a GG&G BComp mount which was attached at a 45 degree angle to a Nightforce scope. I was also told by Larue Tactical that it will fit their LT-137 mount.
Pros: durable, size, weight, dot size and clarity
Cons: adjustments, flashing...
Would recommend: Yes
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