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Lucid HD7 Generation III Red Dot Sight w/ 21mm Objective
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Most Helpful Positive Review Butch 18ZV
This is as good as it gets in the price range. I have used the M-68 reflex ...
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Most Helpful Negative Review LUKE WARM LUCID
The mechanism protrudes into the tube obscuring much of your actual view. ...
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Outstanding

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, MS Written on March 24, 2014
After searching and searching I found this sight. I had anxiety over buying a sight that was cheaper than the high priced sights it was said to contend with. Usually you get what you pay for. In This sight you way more than you pay for. If you have doubts at hit up youth and there are some guys that's can help sell you. I've put this up against an M-68 CCO and everything about the HD-7 beats the CCO. From the knob placements to the multiple reticles to auto off and the auto and manual brightness settings. Everything is better.
Pros: Over all value, functionality...
Would recommend: Yes
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Great red dot optic for the money

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, WI Written on February 23, 2014
I had an Aimpoint pro which I liked except for the fact that I have an astigmatism that I wasn't aware of until I looked thru the aimpoint and saw a red blob. Depending on the brightness level the blob got bigger and more distorted.
With the Lucid the reticles are crystal clear including the basic red dot reticle. I like the look of the optic as well. There are a lot of very positive reviews on the Lucid on the various forums as well as YouTube. Shipping was fast from Optics Planet. I will be a regular customer going forward.
Pros: Looks cool, acog like, nice reticle selection, 2moa
Cons: A little heavy at 13oz...
Would recommend: Yes
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Olive Drab, not FDE, but still better than some others!

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on February 12, 2014
Overall, this IS a pretty decent Red Dot for the money, and I wasn't ecpecting a Trijicon or Aimpoint here, just a decent sight in the same range as a Burris or Bushnell. What I got is actually a bit better than the Bushnell/Burris options, especially with the AAA battery, since I can use rechargeables!
However, perfection it is NOT.
There are a couple of minor points that keep it from being EXCELLENT at this price point - Things that I would think should be standard on ANY optic that isn't a knock-off of a knock-off.
First, the HD-7 doesn't have flip-up caps, while its closest competitor, the Vortex StrikeFire, does - STANDARD. Plus, the Strikefire comes with a 2X magnifier and green dot capability - but it doesn't have the AAA battery.
So come on Lucid, give us something a little extra? NOPE. Instead, all of the extras are exactly that. EXTRA, and not just a little extra. The QD setup cost $150. The Killflash is another $40. Did I mention Lens caps? Those aren't even available yet. A 2X screw-in magnifier is another $40.
To make it all a little harder to swallow, the setup for the mount is just a bit of a hassle too. It's got these huge screw, which are great to grab with your fingers or a wrench, but if you want to use a screwdriver in the slots provided, the screw pushes the screwdriver out of the slots as it tightens. It's a little gripe, unless you scratch your upper as a result. I think someone else mentioned they installed the screw heads on the wrong...
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Very Crisp Optics and Reticles

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, CA Written on January 13, 2014
I am very impressed with the Lucid HD7. The reticles are very clean, crisp and well defined. I also like the ability to utilize multiple reticles. I also have an Aimpoint PRO and two Leapers Red Dots and the Lucid offers a lot of value and quality for the money. I will know how well it shoots this Friday and will try it out on both .223 and .308 AR platforms.
Pros: High resolution Reticles; Multiple Reticles; Mount Included
Cons: None Yet...
Would recommend: Yes
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Awesome value, Excellent Optic!

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, TX Written on December 17, 2013
Awesome optic at a great price! I have run 500+ rounds through this with no loss of zero. The FDE model is VERY close to Magpul FDE. You will not be disappointed!
Pros: multiple reticle's, auto light adjustment, battery life
Cons: not a one!...
Would recommend: Yes
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Shipping Delay

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, AL Written on November 7, 2013
After 4 days mine still has not shipped. Have been given the same answer that it is approved for shipping, however it still has not shipped and no one can tell me when it will. I just keep getting told it is being packaged and they have moved warehouses. If there is going to be a delay, you should tell someone there is a delay and you have no idea when the items will ship, rather than stating it will ship in 1-2 days. Going to be hard for to buy from here again since no one knows when items will ever be shipped. I will say this - I was refunded my shipping cost. Thank you for that.
Pros: I've heard it is nice...
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great product

by Legacy Reviewer, Written on October 13, 2013
Great sight for the price! Durable, easy to use, and all around great product....
Would recommend: Yes
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Worth the money and works well

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, FL Written on September 4, 2013
Quality optic choice when budget is of concern. Works well and maintains zero.
Pros: Auto brightness feature
Cons: Weight...
Would recommend: Yes
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Not really tan

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on August 31, 2013
First the color is closer to Magpul FDE than an actual tan. I've only put around 20 shots sow range with it but I was impressed with the solid build and ease of use. It's not an Acog but at a fraction of the price it delivers. The reticles are crisp and clear and the controls are right where the need to be. Unlike some reviews I read I observed a shift in the point of impact while switching between the different reticles. I'll try again and see if that happens again or if I did something wrong last time out. Overall it seems to be well built and I would not hesitate to purchase another one.
Pros: Price/value
Cons: I haven't found any...
Would recommend: Yes
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Great Red Dot for the Money

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, OH Written on August 11, 2013
A great red dot that works as advertised. I used it on a two day Close Quarters Carbine course without any issues. Not sure yet what to expect for battery life but since it uses AAA batteries replacements are easy to find. The automatic brightness mode works well. An overall great value, I just wish it was made here rather than China.
Pros: One-piece ruggedness, value ...
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