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42mm Red Dot Scope 4 MOA Dot Warranty Black

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Specifications and features:
42mm objective lens
4 MOA dot reticle
Unlimited eye relief
60" adjustment range
8.25 oz.
1-year warranty

For warranty issues, contact 800-285-0689 
Total number of Reviews: 4

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5.0 5
"Put this (on a B-square riser) atop a Beretta Storm 9mm carbine, and am happy with it. It seems to be a good match for the gun, which is used for plinking and home defense readiness. The large aperture facilitates 'heads-up' shooting with both eyes open, and it has held zero well through about 1000 rounds. I can keep a beer can rolling at moderate ranges with this as well as with more expensive equipment. Fantastic value for the price. My daughter loves it, and I am looking for a shotgun with a top rail, I think it would be just the thing to get her started on trap. No, it's not an Aimpoint or Eotech, and I don't know how it would hold up to heavier recoil, but 5 bullets for doing what it tries to do, at a great price."
3.0 5
"Good, not great, pay for what you get. Better for price than other red dots for same price range. The other review on this said that the red dot was hard to see in direct sunlight, but I had no trouble when the red dot was on the highest setting in direct sunlight. I used it on a STG-2000-C Ak variant and can keep zero at 75 yards, and have consistent two inch shot group."
4.0 5
"I mounted this red dot on my modified yugo sks. It took maybe 15 rounds to sight it in on the money, but it's held its zero quite well. I kinda thought after purchasing it I was making a bad move. But I was way wrong! from 100 yards i can melt the bullseye out of a target So i'm quite happy!"
4.0 5
"Just got this and put it on my AR very nice scope for the money. One thing I noticed is that the directions are wrong for how you are supposed to look through the scope. So if you have trouble seeing the dot try turning it around. I cant wait to zero it in and put it to the test."