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|Package Weight||0.65 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||5.4 x 3.3 x 2.5"|
|Reticle||Illuminated 3 MOA red dot|
|Field of View||Not specified by manufacturer|
|Exit Pupil Diameter||22 mm|
|Impact Point Correction||1/2" at 100 yd|
|Maximum Windage/Elevation Adjustment||70" (1.9 m) at 100 yd|
|Length||Not specified by manufacturer|
|Weight||6.3 oz (180 g)|
|Objective Lens Diameter||25 mm|
THIS RED DOT DIDN'T LAST FOR 1 SHOT. THE FRONT LENS PUSHED OUT BEFORE I EVER GOT TO USE IT. NOW I'VE GOT TO SEND IT IN FOR REPAIR ALONG WITH A $10.00 CHECK TO BUSHNELL. THEY BETTER NOT CASH IT.
I was pleasantly surprised upon first examination of this sight. The machining and quality is very good. The dot is also very bright. I am comfortably using it set at 6 in bright sunlight. I only rated it a 4 because a 5=excellent has to be reserved for of course the real thing, an aimpoint micr o.
Bought this scope for my Ruger 22/45 lite. The red dot works very well. So far the scope is holding zero every time to range. I recommend this product.
I mounted this on my 22 pistol, and it works perfectly. The red dot is bright enough that the sun does not bleed it out, and was easily adjusted to center the shots in the bullseye.
Bought this to mount on my AR-15 and am very pleased. First, was cheaper than any local options. Scope mounted easily and securely; pleased with the 3 MOA dot and so far is holding zero nicely.
LI was looking for something to be at least a little better than the stock sites on my Ruger 10/22. After I mounted the TR-25 scope I found that my expectations were met and exceeded.
Excellent Scope and very happy with my purchase. I set this up on my M1A Rifle with a long Eye Relief on a forward mount UltiMak Picatinny Rail. Once I got it zeroed, which only took about 10 rounds, it was a very nice setup with excellent groups at the bullseye.
Good red dot for price
Great budget Red Dot sight!
I am used to regular scopes-so two eyed shooting is an acquired skill...it should be more natural BUT...
So far so good works great
mounted and bore sighted, going to the range tomorrow to try it out