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North257

Weaver Rail RED DOT Point Sight

Ok so I ordered one of these last week and it turned up today, I must say I'm very happy with it and it looks cool too, again its me so it is on my Spectre Rev-5 Smile pics below incase anyone is interested ha ha






P.s I would recommend this to anyone Smile
OldNoob

Have you set the zero? I get a small paper plate and put it about 15 ft away for pistols or 30 for moderate springers, then as soon as I can hit it dead centre 2 darts out of 3 it's done. There is both vertical and horizontal adjustment for the dot, vertical is at the back, left and right on the front right hand side. They make all Nerf sights pointless! I would put it a bit further back on the rail too.
Glad you liked it, I bought 3 in the end. The battery can easily be replaced too, I bough a few coin cell packs at the shop.
North257

Yeah I'm having a little bit of trouble with setting the zero on it lol even with what you just said I'm still like whaaaaat Laughing yeah it will going further back lol
OldNoob

make sure you have a firm rest for it and take the barrel off to zero. Koosh are better than Elites for zeroing too as they usually go where you point them. Ideally you shouldn't have to squint through a reflex, it's there so you can just lift it to the shooting position and see the aiming point.
Also only move the zero one point at a time, as a tiny change on the sight equates to a bigger change at the aiming point. Imagine a fishing pole, you move the end in your hand a bit and it moves loads at the end, the scope is the same.
ScoutsIX-3

Did you have to modify the tac rail at all to get it to fit well?
OldNoob

That one tots straight on. The NC Star version is the US equivalent. It's best on picatinny but more secure than Nerf "sights" on Nerf rail as it bolts on.
North257

didn't have to modify it one bit it just fits straight onto the tac rail as it bolts on Smile

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