Spyder Electra w/ 14 inch CP classic, 16 oz Co2 w/ PMI remote line, in yo face offset sight rail w/ BSA 30 mm Red dot sight, q-loader on its way, CiP Sweet Spot Trigger, some cool squeegee leg holder, and a Spectra Flex-7 Olive Goggle system w/ new lens
Durablility, looks, power of intensity 11, protective dial covers.
Calibrating, vert. feed so I needed offset 3/8 to 3/8 sight rail,
This is a well build sight. Have taken a few hits to the side but other than that it doesn't stick out or show that much, and I have a offset sight rail with this. Calibrating can be a pain, but you just have to get used to it. The protective coverings make it hard to just compensate for a sudden change in wind that persists. Defenatly for woodball, and i haven't tried in hyper or speed ball. Has a nice protective covering on the front to withstand a dead-on lens hit. For paintball at hunting websites have it for good price (3/8" rail, protective lens, durable).
If you want a nice looking red dot sight that won't fail on you due to damage, get the BSA Red Dot Sight. Its a nice addition and defenatly works in woodsball. If you have a consistant paint/barrel match then your paint *should* get to the dot every time, if not, learn to calibrate!!!