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additude Monday, April 30th, 2001
1 of 2 people found this review helpful.
Strengths: This sight looks tight on my RT. Solid construction, 11 different volumes of red dot, easy to sight, comes with hex wrench to install, protective cover caps, warranty and made my first, first shot kill. Nailed 'em right in the chest. The ball was on the dot! Break it in a game and $25 gets you a new one from ADCO.
Weaknesses: A little confusing on sighting in. R (Right?) U (UP?) indicators on the adjustment detents seemed to be backwards. Turn towords R to make the ball go left, turn towords U to make the ball go down.
Conclusion: Overall I am very happy with this purchase. It not only looks good, but is really solidly built. I'd say if you dropped it on concrete from 10 ft high it would still be in working condition. But I'm not gonna try it. This sight is cherry for paintballing and to me is worth the $85 bucks I dropped into it. I would definately recommend this sight to anyone looking for a red dot with class. I'll give it a 10 standalone, if I had to compare it with another sight I'd give it a 9, only because I don't have anything to compare it to and there might be something better I don't know about.
10 out of 10

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