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Posted: 8/27/2004 10:21:12 PM EDT
Has anyone got any experience of this multi- reticule red -dot, --good or bad and how would it hold up in use compared to a regular "tube" design red dot. I guess the look of it is somewhat appealing but is it likely to snag on things and break easily. Any input appreciated. Thanks.
Link Posted: 8/28/2004 10:44:49 AM EDT
I am experimenting with one on a 16” hbar flat top in a co-witness setup. You will have to shell out $60 or more to co-witness on a gooseneck mount. It is fun to shoot with and holds vertical zero but the horizontal has a very minor amount of play to it after an incident at work. I like Hakko’s quality and I will be putting the MKIII on another rifle for fun. For the money you are looking at spending try the HAKKO BED-30 same features but with a tube. I am going to try one soon. I will try an aimpoint when they start selling them for under $200.
Link Posted: 8/28/2004 11:57:54 AM EDT
i have a Bed 30 multireticle tube scope on the EE for sale.

135 shipped....its a pretty damn nice scope.
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