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Most Helpful Positive Review So far, so good.
Due to its small size, zeroing requires the use of a tiny screwdriver. Once set, however, it's been holding zero (so far) on my .454 Casull, which is ...
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Concerned about waterproofness.

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on April 7, 2014
Bought this Pro Spec model after the switch my original regular spec model broke before I even got it zeroed.

Not happy with this one either.

While it is more rugged, with a protective hood, locking screws for the reticle adjustments, and a better switch design, the bottom of the unit is completely unsealed and non waterproof.

The unit seats into the protective hood. Then both unit and hood are seated to the mounting bracket. Unfortunately there is no bottom seal on the unit. The protective hood, which has a large gap in the middle, serves as the bottom component. This leaves the battery and electronics completely exposed to water and dust.

This sight has not failed yet but I don't expect it to last too long.

Save your money. By a higher quality brand. These products are toy quality. Not meant to be use for shooting in outdoor conditions.




Pros: Small, light, low profile
Cons: Cheaply made, batery and electronics completely exposed...
Would recommend: No
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So far, so good.

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on September 15, 2013
Due to its small size, zeroing requires the use of a tiny screwdriver. Once set, however, it's been holding zero (so far) on my .454 Casull, which is no small feat. Sturdy unit, and adjustable brightness is a huge plus.
Pros: light weight, bright
Cons: Tiny, but that could be a PRO, too....
Would recommend: Yes
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Very dissapointed.

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, CA Written on August 17, 2013
I was up until one in the morning trying to figure out why the sdjustment screw was bottoming out before I could get the dot over to the left enough. This morning I figured it out. When I tighten it down on the rail, it turns at an angle. Its not enough but its enough to matter to not be able to get it zeroed in. I tried it on both of my ARs on several different rail types and the result is the same. If the part that moved in thats attached to the screw that moves in and squeezes in on the rail was a lot longer it wouldnt turn. Its not long enough to completely span the spacing on the rails. I am rather dissapointed. Im using a laser bore sighter and I cant get the dot on the sight to move over enough to line up with the dot from the laser. Also the markings are back asswards. If I want the dot to go down I have to turn it in the oppoiste direction it says on the sight. Am I doing something wrong? I guess I should have played with it as soon as I got it. I was waiting for ammo prices to come down a little bit. I emailed the company to see what their response is. If I get a good one I will be back to update. Im very dissapointed.
Pros: small easy to mount
Cons: turns at an angle when tightening...
Would recommend: No
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