BSA Optics Tactical Weapon Illuminated SightItem Number: 20545576
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The BSA Optics® Tactical Weapon Sight is designed to meet all of your tactical needs. The illuminated sight contains an integrated 650 nm red laser for precision and fully multicoated optics for ultimate clarity. Its one-piece mount and Weaver style rail makes it easy to assemble the sight in place. The BSA® sight is perfect for any shooting situation and engineered specifically for use with tactical style firearms.
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- For use with tactical style firearms
- Integrated 650 nm red laser sight for accuracy
- Fully multicoated optics
- Easy one-piece mounting
- 5/8" Weaver style rail
- Illuminated red dot
- Rubber eye guard
- Output Power - 5mW
- Wave Length - 650 nm
- Limited year warranty
- Model: TW30RDL
- BSA Optics
- Magnification: 1X
- Obj. Lens Diameter (mm): 30 mm
- Field of View @100 Yds: 3.7-19.3
- Optimum Eye Relief: 2"
- Click Adjustment Value: 1/4
- Parallax Setting: 100 yds.
- Transmission(%): Day/Night
- Weight: 22 oz.
Country of Origin: China
Rated 1 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by AR15 wouldn't sight in seen decent reviews elsewhere also. they didn't have the sightmark i wanted so got this instead. instruction arn't really that great as far as adjusting windage on the laser. did get it to work. got started adjusting the red dot but turned the dial both ways to adjust up and down and wouldn't move the dot. batteries are weak when purchased. battery should not be installed from the factory!!! let the comsumer do this.. March 4, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Ryan F. Won't hold a zero There were a lot of positive reviews for this scope elsewhere but I'm not at all happy with it. I had it mounted on an AR in .223 but neither the red dot or laser stay zeroed. The red dot stopped moving completely during sight in. Seemed like a good deal but not a quality product. November 21, 2013
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