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Weaver Micro Red Dot Sight

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2.6 out of 5 stars 30 customer reviews
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  • Professional Red dot sight
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  • 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
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Product Description

Product Description

It’s a small optic that delivers big fun. The new Weaver Micro Dot is non-magnified fun stuffed into a small package. Easily attached to just about any firearm, the Micro Dot is perfect for fast handgun action, steady shotgun aiming and the lightning-fast world of AR-style rifles. Adjustable brightness settings ensure ease of viewing in a variety of light conditions while the generous eye relief makes the Micro Dot ideal for youth shooting and 3-gun courses…not to mention turkey hunting.

From the Manufacturer

It's a small optic that delivers big fun. The new Weaver Micro Dot is non-magnified fun stuffed into a small package. Easily attached to just about any firearm, the Micro Dot is perfect for fast handgun action, steady shotgun aiming and the lightning-fast world of AR-style rifles. Adjustable brightness settings ensure ease of viewing in a variety of light conditions while the generous eye relief makes the Micro Dot ideal for youth shooting and 3-gun courses not to mention turkey hunting.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3.8 x 7 x 0.6 inches ; 2.9 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B00AU68MD6
  • Item model number: 849255
  • Average Customer Review: 2.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #276,274 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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By The Toolman VINE VOICE on May 23, 2013
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This is the same size as a Burris Fastfire but that's where the similarities end. You can tell the quality is not the same but then again, this red dot sight is 1/3rd the price of the Fastfire III. This unit comes with a nice cover that protects the sight when not in use but it does not have a sun shade. The mounting screw feels cheap so time will tell if it lasts. The literature says it is perfect for an AR but the dot size is more suited to a pistol. While Weaver doesn't quote the MOA, I'd guess it is 10-12 or more. My Burris has a much finer dot and it is 3 MOA. The dot size on the Weaver is 3-4 times as large. The unit has a single push button that is easy to operate. Each push cycles through 5 levels of brightness, starting with the brightest and getting dimmer with each press until the lowest level is reached then the next press goes back to the brightest setting. The brightest setting is very bright. To turn the unit off, hold the button for 2 seconds. The elevation and windage adjustments have some backlash (the elevation backlash is significant) and they do not click so you have to wing it. The unit has 2 setscrews that must be tightened once set to lock the settings in place. That is a bit of a pain. I'm concerned as to whether this sight will hold zero but I've only sighted it with a bore sight so far. I'll report back after I shoot with it. I plan to use it on a Ruger .22 target pistol. The sight comes with an extra battery, adjustment screwdriver and the protective cover, which snaps over the top and completely covers the sight. It mounts on a standard weaver/picatinny rail.

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.
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I mounted this on a Ruger MarkIII ,22lr. I used a bore sight for initial sighting. Unit holds zero but it turns off for every shot fired. Had to turn it back on using the switch in the front. Just gave up after a while. Not sure i ca return it since it's been a while since i got it and didn't try it for weeks. My bad!

Price is tempting but it is not worth it. I would rather spend the big bucks and go with Burris Fastfire.
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Not a bad little sight for the price. I use it for my S&W 625 .45ACP for load testing so you know it holds up. I shot a few steel challenge matches with it on the 625 and it did very well for my poor old eyes. My only gripe is the adjustment not being "clicks" so it's a little tricky. Once you master that and lock it down it pretty damn good. It's going on my Ruger MKII 45/22 for good. This is the best and most affordable and accurate way to test loads. You'll see what your loads are really doing. For thew money you can't beat it.
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By Amanda on January 17, 2014
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I mounted this on an AR-15 as a close and quick sight at a 45' mounting. The retical does not show as a round dot but rather a long football shaped blob. This I could overlook but the fact that the sight will turn itself off after every shot, I can't. Apperantly the recoil of the gun is more than the sight wants to deal with so it switches itself off.
Spend a little more and get a Bushnelll First Strike.
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I WANT to like this sight, as Weaver is a good Texas company, and I have had excellent results with their optics in the past. I like the size of this sight, the controls for the dot are on the front and easily operated. I have mine on a Ruger Standard .22 LR semi-auto pistol, and it would be nice to find a mount that replaced the rear sight in that dovetail for a low profile, but instead I had to use the much higher B-Square mount that clamps to the receiver. I have found the "dot" to show more "bloom" that I would like, but for the price of the sight and my intended use on a .22 "plinking pistol" I can live with that. On the subject of price, I may have overlooked it, but I did not realize I was buying a used sight until it arrived. Learning to double check every detail on all Amazon orders!
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Cheap, small, bright, 4 MOA dot.

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).
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