Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 12
Rated 5 out of 5 by Jimbob85 Great red-dot
Purchased this for my Taurus Raging Bull .44mag. Works GREAT. Has held up to the recoil very well. It adds to the bulk of the pistol but that's fine with me. I found that with some threadlocker to help hold the screws in place, do to the recoil, this scope is a rock. Well worth the money, and more!
September 12, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Dunnhuntin better than the Bushnell
I bought this sight for my 870, and a friend bought the bushnell trophy red dot. This sight has a better reticle and is very clear. It was easy to sight in and held its zero with both slugs and turkey loads. The only disadvantage is that the flip up lens covers came loose after sighting it in.
April 24, 2011
Rated 1 out of 5 by TurkeyAssassin Give this one a pass.
There are some good qualities about this however none of them can make up for the fact thatafter it's sighted in it goes out of sight extremely after 2 shots with my 3 1/2 inch turkey loads.
March 2, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Boatsrob so far so good
Mounted this scope myself on a remington 870, using a mount i ordered online, had to remove the existing trigger pins, and attach the new mount.
the scope mounted easily, i did not boresight it, just winged it. set up a target at 25 yards, fired two shots (2-3/4 inch rifled slugs out of a smoothbore barrel with a improved choke.) the shots were 2 inches high, 2 inches left. adjusted the windage and elevation (1 click at 25 yards is 1/4 inch)..the wrong way, so i was now 4 inches off, redid everything, and the next shot was dead center. fire two more and the were all within 1 inch of center. i then fired about a dozen rounds of various turkey loads, and also a bunch of 7-1/2's for the heck of it.
then fired a few more slugs, it was still on.
Cons: the lens covers were working loose, i will slap a ring of electrical tape or something to keep from loosing them. also, the spare battery cap was screw on supertight, had to use pliers just to loosen it, so loosen it before you go hunting, hard to get a grip on the cap also, i scuffed mine some with the pliers, no biggie though.
Overall so far i am quite pleased, have not tried it in the field yet, but i think it will be just fine.
February 28, 2011