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Optics GrassHopper

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I bought the "Tactedge 4x32 Mini Mil-Dot CQB TS" mainly for fun, I thought it would last until I make my Nikon Prostaff. He came quickly, I opened it and saw that it was good enough at first. The fit and finish is good, the lens pop-up is good, the extra battery (2 in total) is beautiful, the lens cleaning cloth is a joke (the first pool table cloth), and the lenses are clear and are entirely appropriate in the context of equity markets. The intensity of the light is good,Nothing super amazing, but not very good. E 'for each day of shooting and shooting even in the late afternoon, if you have good eyes.

 Now for the drawbacks.

 1) 's probably not come as a shock to everyone, but it is not "CQB" ... If you plan to use them for fast acquisition and clearance of destinations, think again. It has a constant magnification and you need a second before your eyes aligned with the line of sight. Do not close, and certainly not fastAcquisition.

 2) The eye relief on this specific property says: "3.5" ... Lies, all lies. 2 "at best and even that is stretching. Why is it important? .. Due to this fact as a small amount of relief for the eyes, your eyes are 2" from the end ... E (AR or not) are the average of a firearm, you must install it away (away). Remember ... Scope is 7-1/2 "long, mounting ring back, somewhere around 1-1/2" behind ... Add 2 "for remote viewing ...and you have a recipe very unpleasant and uncomfortable.
 Speaking of staff is to extend your leadership in support of (say) 3 inches and 1 / 2 from the eye to this section to work comfortably.

 3) Again, this is an area of fixed magnification. No real change.

 In short, it looks really weird on an AR-15. And 'because it depends on some of my folding stock extended, and probably do not want to handle the load without reaching under the eye.As part of
Good for the problems of certain weapons, but not an AR-15

"mini", the front of the scope, even not very clear from the front end of the top receiver (stored where it is convenient). At best, it can be flush with the front of the receiver.

 Furthermore, these rings of low profile. Everyone has to start with a flat top and a static seal for a column A2. The increase to "see through", not the post. In fact, looking across the field without a mast, you can see the normal image, but it is a bit 'fuzzy and dark'ish.So before you blame the look on his dark, use a riser. Curiously, with an upright makes it look even more fun.

 Finally, FWIW, I use my AR-15 with stock fully extended, it might be a connection problem. For less than half of a bill, it is still theft. Structurally strong enough to 0.223, but for those who (do not change the task of managing access, remote viewing, the position of the head, extending the usual neck) on the feasibility and the general appearance of the weapon is concerned, I'll stick toor a traditional scope for enlargement or Bushnell Elite tactical optics for high-speed acquisition. Why recommend an ACOG knockoff? Let's face it, if you read this review and saw this, maybe we do not burn a great deal on a Trijicon.

 Good times, enough to withstand 0,223 or less built, but not practical on a real-AR because of the reading distance and the next Assembly "solutions."
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