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Unregistered User Friday, February 1st, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
ADCO E-dot, ADCO square shooter
Marker Setup: Spyder Shutter with 12'' smart parts stainless steel, electric trigger frame, new expansion chamber, nitro
Strengths: at first i didnt kno wat to expect from this sight. the descriptions werent that clear. this is how it works. you look into the sight and by turning the power on, youll see a red dot appear in the middle of where u are looking through..from thea u can open you other eye and aim with both eyes open. The good thing is the dot doesnt actually come out so u cant be tracked and shot at. Not that expensive and just as good as the e-dot, another ADCO sight.
Weaknesses: Lithium battery runs for a long time but when it runs out, another one costs over $30. Nothing else really
Conclusion: This is a good sight for the price, it can take a lot of hits and is better then the square shooter, which is about $70 more. Buy this sight and you wont regret it.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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