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Number of Reviews: 5
Average Rating: 7.6 / 10
Manufacturer Website: N/A
Suggested Retail Price: $25

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This back lit red dot sight is perfect for use with paintball. Comes with battery. For use in day or night. Easily adjustable! The Perfect electronic red dot sight is your choice if you are looking for a fast target acquiring, accurate, and economical paintball sight.
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The Perfect Electronic Red Dot Sight is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
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Spectra Wednesday, December 4th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
6 months6 of 6 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
n/a
Marker Setup: tippmann 98 custom
sub-zero 6-stage
m98 custom 2x trigger
m98 custom rocket cock
AA red-fade m98c barrel
perfect red dot site
black JT spectra flex 7 w amber lense who I affectionally call "Pex-a-Flex"
Strengths: VERY very accurate, $12 DOLLARS ON EBAY, easy to adjust,
Fits m98c rail perfectly.
Weaknesses: The on/off switch will click to the on position with the slightest nudge w/o you knowing it, so if you put your gun in a bag or case and barely bump the switch your batt. will be dead.
Conclusion: Great for 1st shot kills, great value
Rating:
10 out of 10
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Unregistered User Friday, April 20th, 2001
 
2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.
Strengths: Its Very Cheap $12 to $15
Weaknesses: Very Poor Quality. When mounted it would not adjust to the proper zero. Appr. 4 foot low at 50 feet. When attempting to adjust the elevation the rear screw stripped.
Conclusion: This sight is not worth the money. It also had very poor visability in the daylight. In bright sun the red dot would not be seen. Spend a few more dollars and get something else.
Rating:
2 out of 10
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Unregistered User Thursday, May 16th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
2 years1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Adco Sure dot, Adco Champ, Adco Square Shooter, Dye Izon (pos), and last but not least a Tasco 4x sight.
Marker Setup: Pro-Carbine, Thunder Pig Barrel (decent for 20 bucks), expansion chamber, lapco drop-foreward stock (just replaced by ->), air tipps adjustable M4 carbine stock, motorola-radio harness (fits around tank), back-up 4oz tank, bush rag ghillie gun wrap.
Strengths: Adding a red dot is an outstanding improvement, It allows you to acquire targets extreemly fast and much more accurately than hoseing pain in a direction and using paintballs as your tracers. Im not trying to say that you will be shooting carlos hathcock mile long shots, you will improve your accuracy at your short medium and maximum effeciency ranges. That means if you feel comfortable taking 50 to 75 feet shots this will improve your hits at that range with no problem. This is battery operated, it takes a 3 volt batter about the size of a penny, but they are cheap and available at shop-rote wallmart and any other place that sells lots of batteries. Some people compare these to laser sights, they are NOT laser sights, these project an image of a red dot on a piece of plastic wich you look through, lasers are a different story and arent leagal at any field ive been to.
Weaknesses: -If you abuse this site rediculously like droping it against a tree yes it will break, but so will your hopper, elbow, tank adapter, or whatever else you may have if your careless.
-seconly it uses batteries, so you may have to replace batteries once and a while, but they are cheap and available at the stores I mentioned above.
-it is not a answer to all problems, it improves your sighting of targets, not fixes your barrel, bold, bad paint related probles.
-Lastly and most annoying to me is that this particular scope doesnt have a dial with MOA or minute of angle clicks on it to adjust your windage (left-right) or range (up-down) adjustments so you can tune it to your gun, instead it has two screws on it wich you move with a screw driver, this is a problem if you know you have a slight wind and want to adjust say left for instance. Youd have to get a screwdriver out and turn it what you though would be enough to compensate for the wind, MOA clicks are different than this, if you arent familiar with MOA clicks you may want to put them in a search engine and read them becuase the background on them is diffifcult to explain here. If you can afford one of the better scopes wich say "MOA dial or MOA clicks" to adjust windage and elevation then buy the better one. That is my only real complaint
Conclusion: This sight and any other battery operated red dot sight are very usefull, they dont magnify your target like a magnification scope like youd put on a deer hunting rifle, but they project a red dot onto the lense allowing you to sight in your targets easyer than looking down the barrel or fireing from the hip and hopeing you get "one case one kill" Choseing an 'adco square shooter" or a similar sight with an easyer way to adjust the position of the dot is what i reccomend, but if you dont mind that or dont want to get to nutso with it, then this would also be fine and possible just as accurate. It takes a little bit of practice as well, but what doesnt?
Rating:
10 out of 10
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Unregistered User Sunday, April 22nd, 2001
 
1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.
Strengths: This sight is a simple way to help accuracy. If zeroed in correctly, it help get many one shot eliminations. Also it has a bigger screen than most other cheap electronic dot sights.
Weaknesses: This sight is plastic and would only have a very small chance at surviving a direct hit.the battery runs out quickluy but this is true with almst all electronic sight with the tiny button batteries.
Conclusion: for 15 buck i was happy with its performance. i wanted to make 1 shot kills, and this definatel helps rather than just trying to aim down the side of the gun. for the batteries im trying to make a set up wher it runs off of 2 AA batteries. this would be cheaper to replace batteries and last much longer.
Rating:
8 out of 10
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Unregistered User Tuesday, March 27th, 2001
Strengths: This is an easy sight to use.
you dont need to squinch to look in.
Altough it is exterior, it doesnt fog and is easy to clean
Its cheap-got it for 15
its not too bulky
Weaknesses: Plastc
Exterior, prob wont do well with a hit
cheap
a little hard to calibrate, but i was using my spyder se stock barrel, which doesn't shoot straight, any dvice on calibarting??????
Conclusion: A great sight for the money that serves its prupose. personally i dont think a gun is accurate anough for a sight to be worth 100+. It is a good price range.
Rating:
8 out of 10
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