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Unregistered User Friday, January 11th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
none, first sight
Marker Setup: Piranha PRO TS, Freak Barrel, 4500 psi Nitro 68,
Strengths: Once you set it up and tweak it, it works very well. You can have both of your eyes open, and still be able to aim accurately. It's different from an old school sight, where you would have to close one eye, and focus entirely on the sight. WIth this one, you are always aware of your sorroundings.

Will work on vertical feeds with beaver sight rails... ( see bad)
Weaknesses: You need a good gun setup to use a sight efectively. The freak barrel + nitro really helped.

You need to practice using a sight, so you don't loose time tracking your target. ( main point made by non sight users)

Doesn't work on guns with vertical feed ( at first), perfect for power feed markers. But you will ask, " but the pro ts is a vertical feed gun!!!" I put some metal just below the hole in the beaver sight rail, so the sight would clamp to the gun side ways, not from above.
Conclusion: I really like the fact you can replace the product for 8 dollars, if it was damaged playing paintball.

I also like the ability to make first shot kills when you are up at a medium range, in games like speed ball.

Sights don't PINPOINT the target at large distances, but give you a point of reference which is largely needed as the distance to the target increases. If you have a target as big as a human head, at 20-25 meters, it never misses, especially with a rig like myne, or better. Autocockers, don't worry, that s@$t is way past mine!!!

Regardless of what people think, sights DO WORK... They might not be efficient, but they work. It's up to the player making it efficient or not.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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