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SPEED Airsoft Round Optic BB Shield - Large

2 Customer Reviews

by Michael R. on 07/05/2015
"My first impression of this was that it is a solid piece of plastic. The rail attachment part is metal and the shield is a very thick, crystal clear hard plastic. To put it on the rail, you need to screw a tiny hex screw in. The sad thing is, my kit did not have one (but of course I have my own). After puting it on one gun, I moved my red dot to a different gun, but as I screwed in the hex screw again, it came loose from the piece that actually holds it on the rail! Now i cant remove the little black rail mount from my upper reciever. All it did was rattle. Thank goodness you can take off the plastic part and put it on a different mount. Now pros and cons

- Very sturdy
- High quality materials
- Protected sight from different angles
- Simple
- Feels and looks good
- Can change the plastic protectors

- Expensive for what it is
- Broke quite quickly
- Didn't come with key to attach

Overall, I loved this while it worked, but be careful not to over tighten the screw. Just a little pricey, but it will be less expensive than replacing sights.
by Aaron C. on 04/18/2017
"This BB shield is better than most I have used. The plastic on it is very thick compared to others I have seen. I feel like it is a bit expensive, but you are paying for the extra thickness of the plastic sheet, and it can take more punishment than I expected.

Like most scope covers you can buy, the cover is plastic. Mine has not broken yet, but I usually use this for outdoor games and long distance engagements. It is starting to get scratched up from all the dust and trees I encounter from playing outdoors, so I will probably have to replace it soon.

My only real compliant is the mounting system. This isn't like other scope covers that you simply clip on and tighten. You have to slide it all the way down the rail of the gun, and tighten it down with a vertical hex screw. I despise this method for two reasons: 1. If I have to take it off, I have to remove my scope so I can actually reach the screw. 2. The screw has a tendency to come loose. While this cover won't fall off the gun, it will wobble a lot and make noise. Then I have to take the scope off just to tighten it. I am tempted to buy some locktight just to keep it from coming loose.