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Sightmark Ultra Shot Pro Spec Quick Detach Night Vision Reflex Sight
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Most Helpful Positive Review Sitemark Ultra Shot Pro Spec Sight NV QD SM14002
This sight is well made and the quick disconnect is a real plus as is the n...
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Most Helpful Negative Review It's ok
Have this sight, a Fastfire2, & Echotech512. Wish Id spent another 100 and...
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Excellent buy

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, VA Written on March 29, 2014
I bought this for my m&p 15-22, just needed something fun to play with. However, I like it so much that I'm considering buying two more for two other rifles I own since the quality is so good for the price. I have used Eotechs before and they are phenomenal, but until the price comes down, don't shy away from this great red dot!
Pros: Price quality and durability
Cons: None...
Would recommend: Yes
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Good sight

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on February 9, 2014
Like others said don't change the reticle once zeroed. No big deal, bought it for the dot. Looked everywhere, battery not listed, one that came with it lasted 5 hours. I bought 1620 batteries thinking they were the ones listed, it's a CR-1632, the 1620's are too thin. Now the battery is dead, the gun is down, and I ordered the wrong battery. I hope this helps. The price of this thing is right and I can have 3-4 of these vs what an EOTech costs.
Pros: Battery is not listed on SightMark site properly
Cons: can't change reticle and hold zero...
Would recommend: Yes
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Sightmark Ultra Shot Pro Spec NV QD SM14002

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on August 11, 2013
The SightMark SM14002 Reflex Sight was very easy to mount and use. It adjusts to what you want, with four different reticle patterns (dot,circle with dot,crosshairs, and circle with crosshairs). It also has three adjustment settings for brightness. Very easy to operate.
Pros: Quick and easy to use
Cons: None...
Would recommend: Yes
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An affordable option for those that don't have hundreds to drop on an optic

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on July 22, 2013
I was wanting a new red dot for my AR and I'm not rolling in money to where I could justify dropping hundreds on and EOTech or Aimpoint, so I saw this Sightmark and was interested. I was kind of undecided between this model and the, I guess its older model of the same sight that has the push button instead of a knob to turn it on. I decided to go with this model mostly because the battery last longer, is easier to find and is cheaper than the one required for the older model.

This sight is really wel constructed. It's made out of aluminum, is solid and attaches with a quick disconnect lever. To me, its the same as an EOtech, minus that ridiculous price. I personally cannot justify spending an extra $400 or so bucks to get an EOTech when this sight does every thing that I want. I'm not LE or military so this sight is perfect for my needs.

It has for reticles to choose from. I prefer the normal dot so I can't even tell you about the other reticles since I don't even care enough to try to out. The dot is nice and crisp. The sight has 3 brightness settings, as well as 2 NV brightness settings. The sight also perfectly co-witnesses with the iron sights.

I would totally recommend this sight for anyone that is in my same boat. If you have the extra money around and just feel the itch to spend it, or if you leave your sight on continuously and are worried about battery life, then totally get an Aimpoint of EOTech. If that doesn't concern you, I really can't s...
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Dead On

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, TX Written on July 19, 2013
This optic was super easy to install and coupled with a laser bore sight before going to the range, I was able put 5 inch groups down range with my first five shots. Some minor adjustment closed that to 4 inch on my AR-15 shooting factory 55 gr. 5.56 X 45
Pros: Easy install...
Would recommend: Yes
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Best bang for your buck

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, IN Written on June 27, 2013
I kept looking at reviews for 4 days. Features-battery life , fog proof ,changing batteries , mounting ,screen size. With night vision mode was a plus. Quick disconnect mount made it a great choice.25 hours battery life was a plus. Screen well protected. Couldn't find anything better other than going broke on a EoTech. No regrets on this purchase. Mounted on a S&W M&P 15-22.
Pros: Reticle choices are detented. Night vision mode a plus
Cons: Web PDF lists wrong battery....
Would recommend: Yes
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Can't beat for the money

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, NC Written on June 7, 2013
Stayed within my budget and added a 5x magnifier for a nice combo package. Easy to set both up with only slight adjustments needed out of the box. Hope they hold up at the range and hold zero the way they should.
Pros: Easy of use and set-up, QD, multi-rectical, price
Cons: Retical slightly blurry or doubled. Forget the neo sock as it fits only when sight is removed. Not made or fitted proper when sight is mounted on gun....
Would recommend: Yes
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AR-15 Guy

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, FL Written on March 28, 2013
I use this sight on an M4 style AR-15 rifle. In my opinion it's the best EOTech style reflex sight on the market under $600. It mounts easily and holds zero well. The reticle is sharp and bright. It's very sturdy and eye relief is excellent. Bottom line: it gets your rounds on target quickly and consistently.
Pros: Everything you need, nothing you don't
Cons: Doesn't have the "EOTech" designer label....
Would recommend: Yes
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Sightmark Ultr Shot Pro

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on February 19, 2013
Great scope for the money!...
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Great value!

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, VA Written on February 12, 2013
Outstanding sight for the money. I've already recommended it to a couple of friends that were looking at Eotechs. Yes, you can lose your zero if you change your reticle, but once you BZO your weapon, how often do you plan to do that? I just determined which one worked best for me, and then left it alone. Except for when my buddy fat-fingered it while checking it out, I haven't had a problem with it holding my zero since.
Pros: All the features of sights costing hundreds more. Rugged housing.
Cons: Lacks a positive detent when changing sight reticle....
Would recommend: Yes
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