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Posted: 9/16/2003 11:49:41 PM EST
I am considering the purchase of either the eotech entry level sight or the bushnell holosight. I would probably not take advantage of the hood on the eotech. I'm just wondering if the holosight is build to the same quality standards..?

Thanks for the info
Link Posted: 9/17/2003 6:09:16 AM EST
I did the same thing. Mainly because I got mine for $175. I would guess that they are pretty close except for the Night Vision models. I think the field of view might be a little better also, becuase you don't have the hood blocking your view.
Link Posted: 9/17/2003 6:53:37 AM EST
I bought a gen2 Holosight a couple years back. I've used it on a couple .308 carbines (currently on my AR10) and on an 11-87 12g slug gun. It is a good sight. If money weren't an issue, I would probably opt for the latest revision Eotech which uses double A batteries (cheaper and longer life than N batteries). I also like the controls on the latest Eotech better. However, the Holosight is a fine sight as is.
Link Posted: 9/17/2003 7:02:46 AM EST
i have a very early gen I holo with a 3-d " "Archery" reticule. i love it. i keep trying to talk myself into a new EO-Tech but they have the circle dot and not the ghost ring CD like mine. i like it. it's on my "best rifle".
Link Posted: 9/17/2003 11:58:21 AM EST
I think I'm gonna go for the holosight. Just gotta wait for one to come around. Thanks for all the input. Fidel
Link Posted: 9/17/2003 12:11:45 PM EST
As long as you're not going to smash the sight against brick walls, its plenty durable. I personally decided that I would just feel better with the EoTech and its armored hood. Plus the new rev. E buttons on the 551 and 552 are nicer, but if its just a comparison to the entry level EoTechs and the Holo, then that doesn't matter.
Link Posted: 9/17/2003 1:25:56 PM EST
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