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Electronic HUD Dot Sight Includes 3 Volt Battery

 
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DP3/8
793676000336
SCP-023
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This is a small electronic sight that installs in the groove of a .22 rifle. Features a red dot on the sight, simply align dot with your target for pinpoint accuracy, adjusts for windage and elevation, includes 3 volt lithium battery, imported. Red Dot Plastic Body. Lightweight plastic with 1x magnification with dot reticle, 22x33mm objective. Narrow 3/8" Groove for .22 or airgun mounts. 
Total number of Reviews: 7

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4.0 5
"For the price, it wasn't bad. The top part (which houses the laser and mirror) feels a little wobbly, though it only wobbles as if it were pivoting on the barrel, so aim isn't affected too much for just plinking. I would have given it three bullets, but for the money and for what I bought it for (for the GF's .22 rifle just to get her into it) I am not disappointed really. Also, we aren't sure whether she'd like a small scope or a Red Dot better, so the low price of this item made it easier for her to try out both."
5.0 5
"Wow... For what I paid I expected a real piece of... well you know. Instead I got a very nice sight. Its made of plastic and would probably break kinda easy, defiantly not eotech, but for the price AMAZING. Im buying another, next paycheck and im taking it to the range soon. Thanks again CTD!"
4.0 5
"This little sight does the job. I have a Marlin CC440 (discontinued Coast to Coast Sporting Good model) which is several decades old, I bought it at a Scheels sporting goods for $50. Since I didnt spend a ton of money on the rifle itself, I figured I wouldnt drop $50 on a sight or scope. I picked up this little gem for $10 and it does exactly whats advertised; project a red dot sight, which is adjustable. It took me around 120 rounds to center this thing in, but then again, this is the first sight ive ever tried to zero so call me an amateur. But once I got this thing zero'd in, man! I cant miss. I have it configured for 50 yards in continually hit in the first two rings. I also tried shooting at some steel targets at a range of 10 yards with the same settings and couldnt miss.My only gripe with it thus far is that when you try to adjust for windage (left and right) the thing will also move up and down at the same time, but hey, mess with it enough and youll get it right, and for $10 you cant complain."
1.0 5
"Good: The priceBad : Construction is 95% Plastic I never try in on the range coz I don't feel I can tighten the the mounting clamp/clip on my 22 enough to hold it in place.I will not recommend this product to anyone."
4.0 5
"....for what it is. I finally got around to strapping this to my old AR-7, and I think they are a match made in, well, you pick. As previously stated, this scope is all plastic, and it wiggles a lot, doesn't give much confidence as to sturdiness. While trying to sight it in, I was getting pretty skeptical, the windage and elevation adjustments felt like a joke, they adjust each other, but after a bit of fiddling around I started finding a sweet spot at 25-50 yards. A little more adjusting and it got right on, and stayed right on the mark after about 700-800 rounds. Impressed! And it looked totally wrong/crooked to boot. Bottom line, this is a ten dollar red dot scope. And it works. If you're interested in that, you probably already have some questionable quality firearm to put it on (like an AR7) and have some fun plinking, because that's what it's good for. I like."
2.0 5
"I will not hold zero, there is not way to get it to stay in one zero."
4.0 5
"I give it 4 bullets because it's plastic and a bit chinsy but overall, it's actually pretty functional. The on/off switch is kinda crappy but whatever.Don't expect to put it on an AK or AR unless you have a tiny rail because it's made to fit the top part of a 10-22 rail or some kind of air/spring pellet/BB gun.Mine came with an extra 3v battery too! There's no reason not to try it. It seems to me as good as the $60 red dots that don't stay calibrated and the glass falls out of them."