BSA® Tactical Red Dot Sight


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Matte Black

4.1"-11.13 oz.

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5 MOA Dot/R/G

  • 5 M.O.A. illuminated red and green dot sight with four custom reticle displays
  • Variable intensity rheostat dial
  • 35mm fully coated glass lens
  • 5/8” adjustable Weaver style mount base
  • 3V lithium battery included
The BSA Tactical Red Dot Sight TW35RGM features a 5 M.O.A. illuminated red and green dot sight with four custom reticle displays and a variable intensity rheostat dial. The 35mm glass lens is fully coated to reduce glare. Includes 5/8” adjustable Weaver style mount base. 3V lithium battery included. All BSA optics have rigorous quality standards and offer outstanding performance and optics clarity. Includes a manufacturer's limited one year warranty.

Manufacturer model #: TW35RGM.
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by IT'S OK You get what you pay for. I didn't expect a great optic for less than $100.00 but I did enjoy making 300 yard shots with it once I zeroed it in. I took it mounted on my AR to my local gun shop and they used a laser pointer cartridge and got it pretty close. Once I got to the range it was only a few clicks from zero. I started at 50 yards then after several rounds started moving out to 300. One problem I had after I installed it was the base mount was loose under the lenses. My gun shop caught it while working on it. The picatinny mount was tight but it kept moving around. A little tighter on the straight slot screws and it was off to the range. Tried both red and green modes and all four dots modes. Had fun with it. December 9, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Can't beat it... I've used the Vortex and Eotech, and I can't find a difference between them and the BSA. You can spend 6 to 7 times more money for the other scopes and get nothing more in return. The BSA is an excellent scope for the money. Again, I can't find any difference between the BSA and the Vortex or Eotech. October 9, 2013
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