NcSTAR Red Dot Sight with 4 Different Reticles
Easy-to-use and reliable, the NcStar Tactical Red Dot Sight makes the ideal prescription for any weapon. With four reticle models, the NcStar Reflex Optic Red Dot Sight can quickly switch between circle, starburst, cross, and bullseye modes. Shooting can not be any easier with the use of the NcStar Four Reticle Red Dot Sight.
Features and Benefits of the NcStar Red Dot Sight:
- RED colored Four Reticle set: Dot, Bullseye, Cross, Bullseye
- LED (Light Emitting Diode) 100% Safe for the Eyes
- Unlimited Eye Relief for flexible mounting
- 7 Brightness Settings for reticle
- Black Anodized Aluminum Construction
- Uses 1 each CR2032 Battery + a spare battery (included)
- Tools for adjust Reflex Optics Zero and Rubber Lens cap are included
|Reticle Type||Dot + Bullseye + Cross + Starburst
|Dot Size MOA||3|
|Finish||Black Anodized Aluminum Body|
|Mount Type||Clamp On Weaver-Picatinny Rail Mount|
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Customer Ratings & Reviews
My Ncstar red dot review
I purchased 2 of these sights for use on my rifles. I was impressed with the robustness of the sight once I received it. This is a very high-quality sight and is all metal. The reticule options are excellent, with a dot, ringed dot, crosshair, and ringed crosshair being selected via a rotating dial at the rear of the sight. There is a rotating ring in the center that powers the sight. The first detent is low power, and each subsequent detent increases brightness. I found for indoor use; the minimal brightness is all that was necessary. Slightly higher brightness is required for outdoor use. Zeroing the sight is a breeze; just use a zeroing target, put the dot right in the center, and fire several shots. Then check the target and see how far off your shots missed the bullseye. The sight has two adjustment screws for vertical and horizontal adjustment of the target point. Just turn the screws and repeat the process of firing on a target and checking. I got mine zeroed in after only 3 tries. Once zeroed, I tried firing my guns while looking through the sight through different parallax angles, and for all but the very extreme sight window where the dot was at the periphery of the reflector, I was able to get a bullseye on the target All in all, I am very impressed with this product
NcStar Red Dot Sight, Good buy
If you're looking for something to replace those ridiculous iron sights, I recommend getting this. It's much easier on my eyes, and I don't have to steady the gun as much as before to get a good view of where my bullet's going. It has two knobs, one changes brightness settings, and the other chooses the type of reticle you want. I tried it on highest brightness, and I could still see all the reticles clearly in the brightest noon daylight, glare, and all. Its a bit bulkier than I expected, but seeing that I have nothing to compare it against, and this is my first owning one of these, I shouldn't be complaining. However, I cannot recommend this to people with corrective lenses, that is, glasses. Without your eyeglasses, the reticles become blurred, depending on how bad your eyesight is. I have to keep my glasses on to keep the reticle clear and sharp. Again that might just be me. The way short sights me might not be a problem for far-sighted people, I'm guessing. Bottom Line, wear your glasses if you want a good reticle. There is a very faint red halo around 3 out of 4 reticles. (And no I'm not dumb, I know there is a circle+dot reticle) That's if you're in a semi-dark room. Am I guessing this is the light bouncing off of the sides of the projector 'walls'? I don't know to see it for yourself. The itsy bitsy dot (2nd setting) does not have this halo problem. It has a bluish orange tint to the glass, depending on what angle you're looking from. Also, the farther away your head is, the bigger the reticle becomes. The farther your head is from the sight, the harder it is to keep the reticle in your eyesight while moving around. This should be obvious.