You hear rustling in the brush â?¦ could it be your next trophy? Ready your firearm and take aim with the Crosman Tactical Open Reflex Sight. With both eyes open, clearly view your target through the multicoated lens, and, with the 50 windage adjustments and selectable illumination and reticle options, you can make each shot count.
Features and Benefits
Variable 0 - 5 step illumination
4 red or green reticle options
Powered by a CR2032 battery (included)
Includes a rubber lens cover
Ideal for hunting, tactical shooting and airsoft applications
Integrated mount secures to a Picatinny rail
50 windage adjustments
Multicoated optics with a 34 mm objective lens delivers clear views
Tool-adjustable, 1-click turret locks into place
Manufacturer warranty - general:
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What's in the Box
Crosman Tactical Open Reflex Sight
Rated 4 out of
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Red dotIt seems to work pretty well, you will have to be careful when you tighten down The Lox crew is it makes the adjustment go offNV
Date published: 2017-03-01
Rated 5 out of
Great for the price!I put this on a 20 gauge and fired 3" magnum slugs for an hour and burned through about 60 rounds. This optic was zeroed within 5 shots and held zero through the next 55 shots. The only area where this optic fails is in low light. You can see the reflection of bothe the dot and the glass covering the projector in the view lense. This can be mitigated by using the lower power setting in low light so I can't really knock off a star for it. At it's price point and it's ability to take the recoil of heavy shotgun shells I recommend 100%. It performs the same as my $250 aimpoint as far a accuracy; hopefully it'll hold up as long.
Date published: 2016-11-21
Rated 4 out of
Probably can be beat but not for the price!I inherited this sight a year ago and have used it on my Henry 22 and now on my M&P AR15. It is well constructed and very versatile with 4 sight pictures and two colors with multiple brightness levels. I can't compare it to the higher priced units as I haven't found the need to spend a bundle on one. I primarily target shoot 100 yds and less at the range so it is not exposed to rough handling but I believe it would take it. Many advise to forget the cheaper units and just buy the upper level first to save money. So far, I disagree with that advice BUT, my needs are simple.