ID: 31071 (Scope-GR4x32xRD)
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- Full metal CNC aluminum construction
- Coated anti-glare / anti-fog lens
- 4x32 Magnification
- Integrated red dot optic
- Integrated 20mm Picatinny / Weaver mount
- For airsoft use only
Crosshairs with BDC Markings
* Red dot requires CR2032 battery to operate.Manufacturer:
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"This scope is awesome the magnification and its spot on accuracy and the red dot on top is great when you have to switch to close quarters. you can zero in both the scope and the red dot. the red dot come with a little screwdriver that you use to zero in the dot to the little end piece on top of the scope. though you cant see the red dot outside usually but at that point you'll be using the scope anyway
10/10 great purchase would buy again!!!!
"This is an excelent scope for those milsim players who want a realistic look for thier weapon. The scope is very easy to zero and also comes with a regular RIS mount for the doctor sight and iron sights for the top of the scope. The drawback is that the eye releif is awful, so bad in fact that your goggles or glasses need to make contact with the reticle in order to use the scope. The doctor sight is good for looks and that's about it. The laser eats batteries because there is no on off, you have to remove the battery by removing the sight to turn it off. The red dot is also far too large for the small lense of the doctor sight, might as well try to aim with a red beach ball. There is also two very very tiny hex screws that may be for sighting in the red dot, however I have not tried it because I use the doctor sight for looks rather than practicality. 5/5 for milsim realistic look, but really it's just a scope.
"Hmmm, where do I begin??? Well, let me start by saying the build quality of this scope is fairly decent, and the rubberized coating is a nice touch. The magnification of the 4X32 lens is pretty spot on, too. But that's where it pretty much ends. The gripes? Here they are: The BDC Crosshair reticle, while fairly easy to zero-in, is slanted inside the scope rather than being perfectly vertical/horizontal. In my opinion, this really sucks, but what can you expect for a $180 knock-off??? Also, the Red Dot reflex sight on top of the scope CANNOT be zeroed-in! I'm not sure on anyone else's scope, but turning the little screws on mine produced no results. I ended-up just removing the thing and replaced it with the iron sight which was included in the package.
My final opinion: If you like the look and have the $$$ to burn, this scope is still a little too overkill for airsoft. Save your $$$ and go for one of the lesser priced ($60 - $70) ACOG clones and use the $$$ for other stuff...
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