Site accuracy is spot on and the durability is outstanding. It’s pretty rugged in build quality as the majority of the body is made from metal. My only complaint with the scope is the actual size.
The scope also comes with a rubberized cap to protect both ends of the glass which is a very nice add-on. The reflective coating on the front-mounted glass seems to be coated nicely as i attempted to smudge and mark the front for drop testing and no s... Read More
If i were purchasing another and budget allowed, i would buy this godreamit red dot sight that i have on my shotgun. For a few bucks more they can make this red dot even better.
The sight looks nice until you look through the lens. The laser, even on the lowest setting, creates a huge glare. The * to turn on the red dot is super tough to turn and wouldn't be usable for people with weak grip strength.
Even with astigmatism… the dot looks great! Easy to use. I love the quick detach it has always stayed zero. Motac feature works perfectly and had stayed zeroed through 1000+ rounds.
It's a little big but not overly heavy, so if your looking for a micro red dot maybe try the romeo 5. This is the one to get for your ar platform gun.
Sig romeo 7 is the best of the bunch in the same price range. Comes with sigs warranty, & plenty of other hardware in the box. It is heavy though. Well constructed, user friendly, and really great price.
Would greatly recommend for any rifle with picatinny rails. Put this on an ar9 10. I have the romeo 7 mounted on a 10.
It has a tighter dot then the aimpoint m68 cco. The mounting system is more consistent and doesnt run the risk of screws coming loose and the optic rotating because of it.
Red dot is visible only after the 5th setting and becomes very intrusive beyond that. Rubber turret covers get in the way of easily removing the turrets. Either the motion detection doesn't work or something is faulty or broke.
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