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pfizerreg Wednesday, March 2nd, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
Crosman - cheaper, lighter, not as good
Marker Setup: CCI Phantom
-DF with 90 degree elbow and 25 round stickfeed
-BSA 30mm
-Rear ASA dropout changer, L-stock, m-16 grips

Sheridan PGP pre-2k1
- Polished with aluminum grips and pump

PMI Trracer Tagmaster
-Crosman red dot
- 18 round stick feed
-Phantom co2 quickchange

Strengths: Durable
Accurate
Cheap
Weaknesses: Brightness levels
Batteries required
Review: The BSA 30mm red dot sight is great. It lets me put paintballs right where I want them, and you don't need to readjust once you have it dialed in. The knobs are protected under metal caps.

It's really heavy compared to other sights, and puts alot of weight farther down on my arm when I use a stock.

The brightness levels are pretty weak until you hit 9-10-11. I think this is so you can dial it low for night use.

Conclusion: Easy to mount, easy to use, relatively cheap. If you don't mind a heavy sight that takes batteries, get it.
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

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