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all scopes for rifels, pellet guns, and paintball guns.
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Puts red reticle on target.
*ILLEGAL IN THE SPORT OF PAINTBALL in usa & canada*
This is a very good quality lazer sight, one of the best i have ever used.
it is used for 22 rim fire riffles in both long and short riffle sizes, and all pellet guns with a dove tail sight rail.
before i start grading it i must fill you in on a little secret:
***IT IS ILLEGAL TO USE A LAZER SIGHT OF ANY KIND AT ANY LIGAMENT FIELD IN THE SPORT OF PAINTBALL in the U.S.A and Canada***
with that out of the way i can review this riffle or airgun sight.
generally it is illegal to use a lazer sight for anything except target practice at ranges.
You are not allowed to use them to hunt animals with the exception of raccoons and all the strict rools that go along with that. this law is very serious and you could go to jail or be stripped of your fire arms certification for ever or a period of time for breaking them.
to give you a heads up i like so few people here have my F.A.C gun license, and hunter safety certificate, so i actually know what i am talking about and am a credible source, don't listen to what other people say about using this at some Field out in the boons no one has heard of. it is illegal and dangerous to use a lazer sight.
first of all a lazer sight can not only burn the corneas out of someones head, it could reflect of off something and put a driver in an accident, ha ha how fun is it to use a lazer sight for rec ball now!
this lazer was not intended for the use of paintball in north american country's.
if you are using it for a 22 caliber rim fire fire arm or a 22 caliber of .177 caliber pellet gun or 6mm or 5MM bb gun and are following the rules of the fire arm safety legislature i will now review this item.
it has easy adjusting with 2 Allan key axis for superber setting.
if adjusted properly it should put a dot at the place were your bullet will hit provided you have set it to the right ranged.
it is rugged but not water proof.
it will eat 3 2-5 dollar batteries every month or so depending on how much you use it.
the sight itself is around $90 and can be bought in most department stores in the sporting good section.
This is a good lazer sight, although it eats up expensive battery's fast. It isn't waterproof either, but a little rain wont hurt it.
sight i give a 7 if you live in Europe.
In North america i cant give it a rating.
7 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, August 23rd, 2004 at 3:12 pm PST
- Easily mounts and adjusts.
- Easily activated/deactivated.
- Projects a very strong beam.
- Batteries included.
I haven't gotten a chance to play with it yet. I bought it at a military surplus store for about $35. Installation was a breeze, tools were perfect, and the instructions were clear. The device itself is firm, solid, and strong. Batteries were included. When mounted on my M98 Custom, it is raised enough that I can still even use my sight when I want to snipe. In the rear there is a button that when lightly pushed activates/deactivates the laser beam. When activated, a strong dot is projected. At around sunset when it was mildly dark out I projected the dot across 6 acres of field and hit a house on the other side and the dot was VERY plainly visible to the naked eye.
Awesome laser sight. I reccomend it to anyone who needs the best. 10 out of 10.