With this sight you get to look into it with both eyes!I love my Square Shooter.Every time i have a lock on a target its a direct hit!It has a wide view too.So you don't just see the target youe see other targets and teammates too!
The bad thing about the Square Shooter is when you are trying to get a perfect shot,looking into the sight with both eyes trying to lock on someone,you have to be quick or someone will just shoot you from the side or something because they no that you can't see them.
This sight is made of metal so it can take shots.This is not the best sight out for a paintball gun.
Spyder Black Java Edition Shutter, Ans GenX2 Regulator, AKALMP Lightning Bolt with KAPP Twisted cocking rod, 32 degrees high flow vertical adapter with LP chamber, 32 degrees Valve, Maddman Spring set, CP Flame drop forward with CP Nickle plated on/off valve, Chrome ESP Classic Frame, Check-It Sweet Spot trigger, PMI 68c 3000psi tank, 14" Boomstick, 14" Bigshot, 10" CP Stainless One Piece, 12v Revvy with X-Board and Vortex Paddle, Adco Square Shooter Sight......
This Red Dot is great because it allows me to look over my Power Feed on my Shutter with no interference. It it sized perfectly to sit right under my 12v Revvy and I get a clean view all the way down the barrel. The sight has a great field of view as well but keep in mind this does not provide any magnification - its a standard red dot. I've been shot in the sight a few times with no harm done due to its rugged construction. Also comes with standard Weaver base mounting hardware to fix it to normal firearms (wanted to use it on my shotgun as well).
The only bad thing about this sight is that its a little large which of course adds just a little more to your profile.
I needed a red dot that I could use on my shotgun as well as one that was large enough to see over my Shutter's powerfeed. This sight does everything I needed it for. Its a good brand, sturdy as heck (needs to be when mounted on a 12 gauge shotgun), and resilient to paintballs.
Main: 98C with Palmer's Stabalizer, remote line , and callapsable M-4 style stock. (darn Army training. I am too used to having a stock)
Mission: Brass Eagle Stingray II with two differant J&J Performance ceramic barrels won in a big game at Hole in The Wall Painball; Bangor, MI.
Decent field of view
Sometimes hard to see dot
Well when I got this sight the price has gone down drastically from the MSRP. I picked it up for around $30 at the paintball store I go to. For what it is, the product is solid. Sometimes it can be a pain to place on the marker. I never carry it to the feild with it mounted. It is rather accurate, but on a hot sunny day it can be hard to see the dot on the highest power level. I wanted a red dot sight this was the best I could afford at the time. In an intense fire fight I never use it. However it comes in rather handy when I can actually take the time to place my shot and I have a small target area to work with.
I haven't been too disapointed with the sight, however there are much better quality products on the market today. When I am able to replace this sight on my main marker I might put it on my backup/loaner marker.
I wouldn't get this sight with the better ones that are on the market today. When it was first put out, it was a rather good red dot sight. But technology has advanced and now there are holographic reflex sights. Also you probably won't be able to get this sight unless you go to a small pro shop that has been in buisness for over ten years.