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Ultimate Arms Gear Tactical 4 Reticle Red Dot Open Reflex Sight with Weaver-Picatinny Rail Mount

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  • Ultimate Arms Gear Red Dot Sight: Tubeless Open Reflex Design.
  • 4 Seperate Reticles.
  • 7 Brightness Settings.
  • Weaver-Picatinny Rail Base.
  • Thermoplastic Lens Cover Included.
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Product Description

Brand New. Official Ultimate Arms Gear Brand. 4 Different Reticle Designs for every Tactical Solution. 7 Brightness Settings. Tubeless Design. 1x Magnification. Objective (mm)-24x34. Unlimited Eye Relief. Multi-Coated Lens. Black Finish. Windage & Elevation Adjustments. Weight-4.2oz. Length-3.25". Wide Sharp Field of View. Weaver-Picatinny Rail BAse-Great For Rifles-Shotguns or Any Weapon with A Weaver-Picatinny Rail. Thermoplastic Lens Cover Included. Battery Included

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  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B003NFI092
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,092 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,925 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Don't yet know if it will hold zero over time.
Paul Starner
Multiple reticle settings and is bright and easy to see in daylight.
Timm Schlegel
This sight was very easy to install and looks and works great.
DonU

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268 of 275 people found the following review helpful By C. W. Sayre on March 28, 2012
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After shooting in Level 1 Production and Single Stack USPSA matches for the last two and half years, I wanted to try out the Open Division using a "race gun" (i.e., a highly tuned, accurate, and expensive pistol with an optical sight, recoil compensator, 28 round mags, etc). But I did not want to spend hundreds of dollars on a Burris or C-More red dot sight, nor hundreds more for a Docter Optic.

So I thought I would give this UAG Tactical 4 Reticle Red Dot Open Reflex Sight a go (FYI: These EXACT same Chinese red dot sights are sold under many, many other brand names at many -- usually higher -- price points).

PROS:

1. I was impressed with the isolation platform that the Red Dot is placed upon, which helps mitigate some of the recoil and vibrations that might harm the unit.

2. I was also impressed that, unlike some earlier low cost red dot sights, the red-emitting diode itself is not adjusted when you sight your weapon in for windage and elevation; only the isolation platform is actually shifted, which is a much sturdier and repeatable method.

3. Very sturdily constructed of aluminum.

4. The red dot at its brightest setting works just fine even when shooting on a bright summer's day.

5. I liked it that green was NOT included with this sight, since I have found that green on low cost sights is useless, and far too dim to be useable.

6. The selection of four different reticles is icing on the cake, and works great (I find that the cross reticle helps me find the dot much more quickly than just using the dot alone).

7. The mounting screws and mounts seem sturdy, and did not strip-out as some low cost units do.

8. The price is really low!

CONS

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183 of 200 people found the following review helpful By OmegaTac on July 10, 2010
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I was a bit skeptical about buying a Holographic Sight with such a low price tag. Wow! I am impressed! This sight ranks up there with the $100+ units! Great bright and crisp reticles, very good quality plating and machining. One noticeable great feature is the ease of changing brightness settings. Unlike other low-cost sights, the detents for the brightness settings were not unreasonably hard and the wheel turned smoothly.

This sight comes with TWO batteries, one installed, and a spare, an adjustment tool and mounting allen wrench, and reticle cover for protection during storage.

If you were unsure, trust me on this one, you won't go wrong at this price!
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53 of 57 people found the following review helpful By TankerMike on February 2, 2011
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For the money, it just can't be beat. I'm in the Army and this certainly is no EO Tech, but the price tag isn't EO Tech either. I mounted this on my M&P 15 and it works like a charm. A little difficult to fire beyond 200 meters, but as a close combat optic, no complaints.
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72 of 82 people found the following review helpful By Howdy on August 14, 2010
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I ordered this sight for my 9mm rifle and was pleasantly surprised with the product works great in the bright sun light as well
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69 of 83 people found the following review helpful By jolly8541 on June 12, 2011
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Hey Y'all,

I don't know why there arent more reviews of this product, its a great buy! I got mine in last week and didn't want to leave a review until I took it out to the range. This weekend I found out fat I scored, when I got her zeroed in. 1.5" groups all day at 100yds no problem! The reticle is crystal clear!(Open both eyes when sighting in) The rail mount fastened the sight securely to my AR, and had no problems zeroing the sight. I put 200 rounds down range and the sight held its zero, and the reticles did not fade or drop out. The intensity of the reticle is extremely bright on its highest setting and had no problems picking up the reticle in daylight. At this point I feel like I got a hell of a deal. This sight is 1 moa! I only gave it 4 stars because I cannot grade it on duribility. Let me get a couple hundred more rounds through it and we'll see whats up. I would recommend this piece of gear to anyone looking for a low cost reflex sight.
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80 of 97 people found the following review helpful By Thomas J Barnett on March 18, 2011
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Well built, doesn't have that CHEAP feel that you would expect for the price. Fast and easy installation, and even easier to adjust. Only took 3 shots to zero it in. I'm using this on my Remington 870 12ga and after 25 shots it was still zeroed in. Reticule seems a tad fuzzy at times and tends to ghost (see double reticule) when the brightness is turned to higher settings but isn't really a big deal. Well worth the price, definitely recommend.
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52 of 64 people found the following review helpful By Mark C on April 13, 2011
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After reading all the positive reviews here, I decided to take a chance and order one of these open reflex sights for my Ruger 22/45 pistol. I am sorry to say, I was very disappointed in the product after putting it to the test.

First of all, let me say emphatically that the red image in this sight is NOT bright enough for use in medium to bright sunlight as others here have said. Its bright enough indoors, but outside, it was often very difficult to find the faint image to place it on the target. I even purchased a brand new battery for it thinking that may have been the problem, but the results were the same.

Second, the battery is extremely hard to replace. The battery cover is immediately on top of the rotating intensity control. It is very difficult to keep the control from spinning while trying to loosen or tighten the cover. Just trying to get the cover's threads started was perhaps the most frustrating part of working with this product.

Next, the images were not of very good quality. The red dot was more like a small smear, and the circle images were so large they covered most of the target. The cross hair image was the only practical one to use, when I could see it in the daylight.

After a day of shooting and adjusting, I never really got decent groupings. I finally removed the sight and shot with the pistol's iron sights, and surprise, back to nice tight groups again. I figured for the price I paid, this sight was a throwaway, so when I got home, I took it apart. I was amazed at how poorly the optical system is constructed. The first surface mirror that directs the image beam is in a very flimsy mount which was bent & cocked a bit. The mirror was barely held in place by a bit of adhesive.
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