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finspat

Red Dot Sights????

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Anyone use them?

Any luck? On slug guns that is.

Any info would be greatly apprciated?

Fins

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I love shooting holo sights, you should call me I have many different brands and price ranges to set you up with.

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finspat,I have worked with and bought items from Nick and he will treat you right.I was very happy with my dealings with him.

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I have a red dot on my crossbow and love it.... till you forget to turn it off and the battery dies. If you get one keep extra batteries in your gun case.

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I used a red dot on my slug gun and liked it a lot, but at 100 yards the dot is big enough that accuracy suffers. Perfect for slug guns and hand guns though. I agree with the guy that said to keep extra batteries with you at all times.

You will be much more accurate mounted on a cantilevered barrel mount than on a mount that bolts to the receiver, not the barrel.

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