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Walther PS22 Red Dot Sight, 11 Brightness Levels, Weaver/Picatinny Mount

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Product Description

Walther PS 22 dot sight Projects a red dot onto the lens 5 MOA dot 11 brightness settings with on/off switch Windage & elevation adjustments 30mm tube 31mm objective lens Weaver/Picatinny mount 5 long (including mount) .61 lbs. (including mount) Includes 3V CR2032 battery, Allen wrench, flip-up lens covers

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8.2 x 4.4 x 2.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001BR31X4
  • Item model number: CWU1028
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (111 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,356 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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You say there is no such thing as zombies?
Tim R Abel
I zeroed it in no time and has held the zero well.
Mikey D
It seems to be very well constructed and solid.
R. Martin

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

44 of 46 people found the following review helpful By Rott boy on April 25, 2010
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In line with reviews from numerous AR owners, this affordable Red Dot is worth considering. The picatinny mount provided, fits like a glove on my AR15 LMT Defender 2000 and allows for BUIS use for desireable co-witness application. (Note: reversed the scope on the mount to achieve the preceding)
The red dot is fine and bright in extreme sunlight and the unit has taken the jarring and recoil of over 000's of rounds with no ill-effects. The protective lens caps are sturdy and conviniently flip open for immediate use. Although built in China, the housing, mount and over-all finish quality are well deserved of using the "Walther" trademark.
To get groupings of .25" at 100 mtrs (using my reloads of .55 gr Hornady V-max projectiles at approx. 3400 fps) is a regular event with this scope. In addition, target re-acquisition is much faster. This is certainly not an ACOG, but for the price and for majority of civilian users, its value is hard to beat.
On an added note, after using it the first time, the dot became distorted. Complained to the Amazon seller who offered an immediate replacement. They did suggest to try replacing the battery prior to return shipping, and in doing so, the unit has been working well since.
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Mike Cooper on August 24, 2010
Shipped right away but no thanks to the shipper I received a crushed box, I was sure I had a return on my hands but the PS22 appeared fine and worked on testing. The optic appears to be well built with quality materials clear lens nice lens caps nothing seems cheap or shoddy but the range will be my deciding factor. At the range I mounted it on my SKS within 10 rounds I had 100 yard zero, 120 rounds down range it still held zero. At 100 yards 120 rounds could be covered by a paper plate I'm very pleased with this sight.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By afergu on October 30, 2010
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I put this sight on a Sig 522. I understand that my gun does not put out the recoil that somee larger calibers will, but I do feel comfortable saying that the sight can withstand some rugged use. It looks great, and it holds zero magnificently. It took me about 5 minutes to zero the sight after I turned the cantilever mount the correct direction. The mount does come mounted to the sight straight out of the box, and it is mounted ion the opposite direction of typical. It has 11 brightness settings, and it the middle of a clear sunny day, settings 9 and up are plenty of dot even in direct sunlight.

My only complaint with the sight is that the dot is not as crisp as it could be. It is comparable to the wal mart red dot by tasco that costs about 30 bucks. (both sights are 5 m.o.a.) Keep in mind however that the qquality of sight construction and brightness levels do not compare. I have used other red dots in the same price range, and I can tell you that this is by far the best. If you are looking for a tactical-looking sight that doesnt' break the bank like an aimpoint would, I would not reccomend any other sight. This Walther sight is awesome for the 56 dollars that I had to pay for it.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By mrmertz on February 22, 2013
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Lets face it, I'm not going to slap a $600. Aimpoint scope onto a $400.00 rimfire rifle. Not gonna happen. Saved that for my M4A1. But for what you are paying for this is what you get...a fairly decent scope for less that $100. One thing that is nice it has a very wide range of diopter settings for brightness. Can be seen in full daylight with no problems. It's better than using plain sights and holds zero so far very well. It's a Walther - but mass produced in China. So don't expect to see "Made in Germany" stamped on the side. It's their low end entry scope.

Would I buy another? Picked up two Colt AR's in .22 rimfire and have the scope mounted on both. So there you go.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Normaldave on August 6, 2013
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I Run this as my primary sight on my Ruger 10/22 Nordic build. Got it and immediately flipped the site around on the cantilever. This puts it out nicely in my stereoscopic vision while still letting me hang it on the receiver rail rather than pushing it out on the forend. (Bonus: the cantilever is tall enough that a PEQ will sit in front of and under it without obstructing the sight). The height is right for quick acquisition without having to get "tucked" into the gun. The dust covers seal tightly and flip up affirmatively, the on/off/brightness dial takes some strength to turn, but doesn't feel cheap or like you might smack it too hard on something and see it pop off-springs and batteries flying. The only part that seems skimped on is the rail mount, the clamping side piece should have ran the whole length of the mount, it is about 1/4" short. This turns out to be a small gripe, this thing has been rock solid through a lot of daily abuse as this is my "around he farm" rig.

The highlight: the dot is really small. To me that is the benchmark of a good vs. a chincy reddot. You can put it on the center of a 6in plate at 100yrds and still see the outline of the target. There is no ghosting (double projection of dot), even in total dark. The 11 setting is very visible on very bright days, the 1-3 settings are very dim but still crisp, which is important for low/no light situations when you don't want flaring in your scope.

Shooting a .22 I can't speak for it's performance on a gun that recoils, but as for me I've had it for a year now, put 10,000+ rounds down range with it, and taken it out every night rain or snow to lock up the livestock, banging it into gates and generally abusing it and only zeroed it once, the day I got it.

Great, tough, product. Would pay twice as much.
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