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- Professional Red dot sight
- Weaver products
- Red/green dot
- Easily mounts to most firearms
- Unlimited eye relief for a variety of uses
- Use on handguns, shotguns or AR style firearms
- Adjustable brightness for a variety of lighting conditions
- Another quality product from Weaver
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For the money, it seems pretty good and as I said, it is very small. Whether it holds up and holds zero is in question at this point.Read more ›
Price is tempting but it is not worth it. I would rather spend the big bucks and go with Burris Fastfire.
Spend a little more and get a Bushnelll First Strike.
I bought my Weaver Micro Red Dot from a local gun store. I thought it would suck and I would end up returning it, but it's actually pretty nice.
Pros: It is plenty bright and has a useful 4 MOA dot. After sighting in I was able to shoot 1" groups at 50 yards with my 5.56 AR15. It held zero perfectly for the 100 or so rounds I fired. I have it mounted on a Burris P.E.P.R. mount above my Burris 1.5-6X40 MTAC scope and that seems like a perfect fit. For the money, this is a great sight to cheaply get started with a micro red dot and see how you like them. No, it's not on par with the Burris Fastfire III.
Cons: First, no click on the windage and elevation adjustments. The screw just turns and so it's really just best guess as to how much adjustment to make. It ain't that bad but you won't be changing the adjustments without firing again to check out results.
Second; That little cover is going to get lost and needs a lanyard hole. I'll probably glue a paracord lanyard to it.
Third , Changing the battery will change zero. This isn't a big deal if it's mounted with a scope since you can check realignment with the scope but if this is your only sight you'll need to shoot again to check zero.
Overall, this sight is an excellent value and it's strong points are the most important things (brightness, holding zero, 4 MOA dot) while it's weak points are tolerable (Adjustments, battery change zero loss).
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bolted this to my Ruger 22/45, little to no recoil. Optic turned off after every shot with the first magazine, now it won't turn on at all. Garbage.Published 4 months ago by Carl Owens
received used piece of junk bought new i said try to adjust left to right it wobbles up and down cant set it should return to late nowPublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
Poor design. Very hard to find dot. The dot is nice once found. But ease to lose. I had 3 others at the range find the same problem. Read morePublished 5 months ago by alli gator dad
It arrived on time and looked good. I mounted it on a ruger Mark lll and it looked great. It was easy to mount and zeroed quickly. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Jimmy Lewis
Great budget red dot sight! Not super clear but what can you expect for the price.
Sighting in was easy and quick. Read more
Can't beat it for the price .worksjust as well as my buddies at about one third the price . I am going to buy 2 morePublished 9 months ago by William Morgan
Purchased for around $60. Worked for a short while then would not come on at all. On/Off switch is tiny and very hard to manipulate.
Eats batteries like crazy. Read more
This sight was crap. I installed it on my AR-15. Every time I shot the sight would turn off. I didn't even have a chance to zero it. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Nicholas J.