- LED (Light Emitting Diode) 100% Safe for the Eyes
- Unlimited Eye Relief for flexible mounting
- Electronic Control Panel for turning Green Dot and Red Laser On/Off and for adjusting Green dot brightness levels
- Integrated Red (Class IIIa) Laser that is fully adjustable for zero
- Three Rail Sighting System with three rails for mounting Accessories
- Adjustable Locking Quick Release Mount for mounting onto most weaver and Picatinny type rails
- Powered by 3 Volt Lithium Batteries (CR123A included) for longer battery life
- Includes Extra Battery and Mounting Tools
- Black Anodized Aluminum Body
- Dot Size: 2 MOA
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Customer Ratings & Reviews
On the cheap
This is an effective scope for noncritical and fast target acquisition; it would be nicer with a couple more reticles. Also, the scope is easily turned on if not stored in provided case, easily remove, and reinstalled easy to zero as well.
Rugged and dependable.
Construction seems stable, maybe overly so due to the armor case around it. The three Picatinny accessory rails seem excessive, though I realize some folks are into over accessorization in the hope of alien invasions, zombie apocalypses, and he likes. The holographic sight gets five stars. Clarity and adjustability, five stars. Power supply, CR123, long life give stars. This item is rugged and dependable. Mine is mounted on a 5.56mm suppressed SBR.
Excellent optic if you put it together correctly!
Bought one and encountered the same problem that has plagued some one-star reviewers. The green dot and the laser both lost power after a dry fire, never mind putting live rounds downrange. Being somewhat of a troubleshooter, I found that tightening the battery terminal cap prevented that problem. It looks fragile, but as long as you don't cross the threads, you can cinch it up pretty firmly without worrying about stripping it. On test firing, windage was dead center, but the elevation was 3" high at 25 yards on the first group. Setting the BZO was thus very straightforward, and afterward, it made for a fun evening annihilating the gallon jugs I've been stashing in my garage for the express purpose of shooting them. For such an inexpensive optic, I'm perfectly happy with it after feeding a few mags through my AR with it on top. After cinching down the battery cap more tightly, the power loss issue didn't make an encore appearance. My only gripe is that the tri-rail 'armor' makes this sight an extremely cumbersome piece of gear on top of a 16" barrel AR. I prefer a blank piece of aluminum up top (doesn't need more tactics-cool crap hanging off of it) or a more robust casing that doesn't need an extra piece of metal screwed onto it to protect against rough handling.