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Likes, dislikes??
I am considering it for my Benelli M4.  I want something that is really low and this seems to fit the bill.  From my other research it seems to be a very durable and well built.

Thanks for your input.

http://www.swfa.com/c-1220-burris-fastfire-red-dot-reflex-sight.aspx


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On a scattergun?

I've found, from my limited experience with shotguns, that a light and a glowing front site are all that I need - anything more is window dressing.

My advice would be a flashlight up front a tritium inserts in the front site post.

That said, I know nothing of the Burris.  It looks like the Doctors I;ve used - which had utility - but I don't use electronic sites without mechanical backups - and it kinda seems you must with this option.

If it's for farting around and impressing people at the range, sure; if it is fore surviving a gun fight, I'd recommend against it.

But that's just me.
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My reason for wanting a dot is in my experience I am significantly faster with an optic of some kind than with trying to line up a set of sights.  
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 Looks like a good idea ! I'm going to look into one !  I have 2 aimshot lasers I've been using ... and an old model red dot .... but this looks very good . 
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I've just put one on my Rem 7600 .308 for hunting in close quarters and maybe  shooting off a motor bike when i get the chance.
For slowing down running game, I cant imagine anything better
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http://www.swfa.com/c-2214-vortex-strikefire-red-dot-sights.aspx
 
I'm looking forward to checking this unit out once it comes available.
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