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Ineed a new sight !

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I'm finding it hard to find any reviews on sights, particularly red dot as my eotech clone was shot out last week.

I know the rails are 20mm will air rifle sights fit too?

So any recommendations for sights that don't obscure your vision, meaning aiming with both eyes open.

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Aimpoint T1 Replica is pretty good. I have one but I use a different set of optics now so it only had about 1 hour in the spotlight. Nice high mount so you don't need to break your neck trying to look down it. Just sitting in a box now though.

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Aimpoint T1 Replica is pretty good. I have one but I use a different set of optics now so it only had about 1 hour in the spotlight. Nice high mount so you don't need to break your neck trying to look down it. Just sitting in a box now though.

Sell it on then always people on here looking for second hand optics.

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my G&P Aimpoint replica hasnt let me down yet, or if you're feeling flush, a UTG Leaper is crystal clear and almost as good as real-steel

 

if you do spend a bit of money on a sight, a generic polycarb sight protector is well worth a tenner.

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Sell it on then always people on here looking for second hand optics.

Maybe he will be interested in it, who knows. If not, then I will list it :) Any idea of a price range for these? Think I originally picked it up for about £40, just not sure what resale will be due to it being second hand, albeit barely used.

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Maybe he will be interested in it, who knows. If not, then I will list it :) Any idea of a price range for these? Think I originally picked it up for about £40, just not sure what resale will be due to it being second hand, albeit barely used.

See how much it sells for now and half it.

I dont tend to sell stuff prefer the donate it to good home method.

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