CenterPoint Multi-TAC Quick Aim Sight


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CenterPoint Multi-TAC Quick Aim Sight - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

The CenterPoint® Multi-TAC Quick Aim Sight adds versatility to your hunting excursion. The Multi-TAC sight features 4 different reticle options that give you the flexibility of shooting from long and short distances to low light situations. Its red and green illumination options allow you to hunt in all lighting conditions when necessary. The CenterPoint® sight includes flip-open lens caps and Weaver-style rings for easy mounting.
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  • 30mm tube
  • 4 different reticle options
  • Red or green illumination options
  • Includes Weaver-style, rail-mountable rings and flip-open lens caps
  • Model: 72602
  • CenterPoint

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  • Objective: 25mm
  • Magnification: 1x
  • Field of View (ft @ 100 yds): 33'
  • Exit Pupil: 20.5mm
  • Eye Relief: Flex
  • W/E Click Value @ 100 yds.: 1
  • Parallax Setting: 50 yds.
  • Tube Diameter: 30mm
  • Battery: CR2032 3V
Country of Origin: Imported
Web ID: 20545976

Customer Reviews:

Rated 4 out of 5áby 1 reviewer.
Rated 4 out of 5áby Nice Red-Dot at a good price point... As with the selection of any rifle accessory, it all depends on what your needs are. I have a hi-point 4095TS carbine that I picked this up for. I wasn't going to spend a fortune, because the 4095 is not an expensive rifle to begin with. I just wanted something fairly accurate to have fun with. I looked at several other red dot sights that Dick's had (tru-glow, etc.#, and settled on this one. I would have liked the simple red dot reticle to be a little more sharp/small, but for the money I can?t complain. I looked at several sights at different stores that were $300-$500 that weren?t noticeably better. It wasn?t until I got into the $800+ range that I could see a big difference. But again, I?m not purchasing a $1200 Trijicon for an inexpensive rifle. ;-) After spending about half an adjusting the sight at the range, I was getting 4" groupings #free standing) at 50 yards. I am sure you could do better groups using a gun rest, but since I can never find a gun rest in the woods when I?m hunting, I don't use them at the range. All in all this is a very good value with decent accuracy for shooting with both eyes open. May 6, 2013
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