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Thread: Ma new shiny thang just arrived!

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    Ma new shiny thang just arrived!

    mounting it on the 10/22 tonight and will sight it in tonight also. 5mw so it should have good range

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    OK so explain to an old bugger what it is. It looks like a torch with scope turrets but no lens.
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    Rushy it's a pointy laser thingy. Not quite a Star Wars Jedi light sabre though

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    It's a green(daylight visible) laser sight
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    indeedy! and chances are it wil still bobble around just as much as the scope crosshairs do when I am trying to aim the smegging thing!

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    What sort of dot size at various ranges?
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    not sure yet. Just need to decide how I want to mount it then I can do some experimenting... will post up what I find


    Quote Originally Posted by veitnamcam View Post
    What sort of dot size at various ranges?

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    Can I recommend you mount it as close to the barrel as posable,on a .22 I find them frustrating when mounted on the top of the scope as the point of impact and the dot only align at one point and it help to keep the error as small as poss otherwise you can be a few inches out very quickly as your distance to target changes. More of a issue on a .22 than a centerfire.

    Is it a dealextream job? Does it have the flickering dot to draw your eye or a constant?
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    Hi Res

    Yes you are right, had it mounted on the scope last night... total pain. I will be getting one of the barrel-clamp mounts from TM tomorrow for sure !

    got it from Aliexpress.com and it is constant not flickering

    cheers
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    Quote Originally Posted by res View Post
    Can I recommend you mount it as close to the barrel as posable,on a .22 I find them frustrating when mounted on the top of the scope as the point of impact and the dot only align at one point and it help to keep the error as small as poss otherwise you can be a few inches out very quickly as your distance to target changes. More of a issue on a .22 than a centerfire.

    Is it a dealextream job? Does it have the flickering dot to draw your eye or a constant?

 

 

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