||OK, it's a nice scope to get if you're on a tight budget. I just used mine on a couple of games attached to my Bravo RDW and I'm kinda pleased with it. So here are the pros and cons.
- You can adjust the bright of the cross
- Doesn't add any weight to your gun
- You can adjust it so you can center (well, sort of) the cross with your ironsights (despite what the description says)
- Anti flare lenses (that's a nice detail)
- It came with 2 batteries (another nice detail), one inside the "RDS" and another as a backup.
- Metal rail mount that actually works (it has a nice grip, so it won't fly in the middle of the air while sprinting, jumping obstacles or dodging bbs)
- It's made of ABS plastic, it's resistant but don't force it (just in case).
- It's not a red dot, it's a cross (might be a con). I had a hard time trying to get used to it but it's a personal con.
- It has an awful reflex of the laser, that can be really distracting (you can see it on the description pictures) and you can't get rid of it (even if you move the bright selector).
Anyways, i think it's a nice "RDS" (I quote this, because it has a cross on it), you can get the maximum of it on CQB situations but can get you a little bit frustrated on long range situations until you get used to il.
Overall, it's a good buy.
Rating: [4 of 5 Stars!]