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NcSTAR Red Dot Sight - 1x30 B-Style Red Dot - 3 / 8" DBB130-3
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Most Helpful Positive Review Great for the $$$
Tried this out on a S&W MP15 and was pretty happy with it; I was hitting an 10-in. target that I could barely see at 220 yds. Sight was still dead-on ...
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Excellent value!

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, TX Written on April 15, 2013
The NcStar 1x30 B-Style Red Dot is a great value. I bought this for a .22 caliber Youth rifle and it performs very well. Combined with the price, this Red Dot is an excellent value.
Pros: Quality Construction, Solid Performance, Great Price...
Would recommend: Yes
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Mounts terrible

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on September 27, 2012
I can't tell what the optics are like because it would not mount solid. A good redneck would probably do a better job with Duct taping to the barrel.
Pros: Cheap
Cons: Mounting...
Would recommend: Yes
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Mounts loose

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on June 30, 2012
After some Filing on the Mounts it finally mounted firmly. Then it shoots great. I went with large tube, for quick acquisition. Tube is so large centering the dot can be an issue, when extreme accuracy is required. Power Switch is very tight, but will probably loosen.
Pros: Large bright clear fast
Cons: Mounts Sloppy, maybe too big for just Dot. ...
Would recommend: Yes
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NCstar red dot

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on December 25, 2010
super price, mounted on a 10/22 worked fine. minor touches to zero. Has not got out of zero through several hundred rounds. Did not expect much, because of the price, but it's fine for what it's worth. 10/22 FS Tactical, ATI stock, Tacticalsolutions mag. the little thing looks cool at least.
Pros: economical
Cons: switch for red dot is hard...
Would recommend: Yes
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good sight

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on October 16, 2010
didnt even think to get an adapter for my m-4
Pros: cheap
Cons: need to buy adapter...
Would recommend: Yes
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Great for the $$$

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on September 7, 2010
Tried this out on a S&W MP15 and was pretty happy with it; I was hitting an 10-in. target that I could barely see at 220 yds. Sight was still dead-on zero after about 100 rds. of 5.56 - I'll have to see how it holds after a few hundred more. Also, it mounts very low and if you want it to co-witness with your BUS you will need a riser; I used the NCSTAR quick release and it's a slick little setup for under 100 bucks.
If you're jumping out of helicopters, get an Eotech. If you're shooting old washing machines in the back forty, get one of these and spend the rest on a big ole can of ammo.
Pros: Cheap. Stays zeroed, so far.
Cons: Won't co-witness, eats batteries....
Would recommend: Yes
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Decent Red Dot Sight for the Money

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on May 8, 2010
Wanted an inexpensive red dot sight for an inexpensive .22 LR carbine, and the NcSTAR DBB130/3 fit the bill. Screwed right onto the top of my Marlin 795, and I got it zeroed within 30 rounds. Flip-up covers are a nice touch. Doesn't have a battery saver, i.e. a timer to turn off the red dot if you forget to turn it off, so if you leave it on, it will expend the battery. Rheostat on top adjusts the brightness of the red dot to match conditions; on a cloudy day, I could use brightness setting 2 or three. There are seven brightness levels, but as you turn it up, the red dot gets bigger and blurrier. Optics are what you'd expect for under forty bucks, so it's not going to be as clear as an EOTech, say; but it's not $500 to $1000, either. For what it costs, it's decent, and I'd recommend it for someone who wants an entry-level red dot that mounts atop a .22 LR with adapters, and doesn't want to spend a lot of money.
Pros: Easy to mount; Flip-up covers; Rheostat
Cons: No battery saver...
Would recommend: Yes
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