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    Posted: September/04/2012 at 10:50
Originally posted by Urimaginaryfrnd Urimaginaryfrnd wrote:

 
 
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Yea I understand that but once you buy one it wont be your last. They are very good for rapid target acquisition and you can use it two eyes open on a moving target and be on it. Good Luck.
 
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Thanks guys.  I really want one but its tough spending that much on a dot sight that costs just as much as any scope I have. Loco
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2moa in the 9000L version so you can mount it with two 30mm rings.  The S short version would still work for you but the L version gives you the option to move it to other firearms that have a longer action if you want to at a later time.

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If I were putting it on a slug gun I would go with the 2. I was thinking about one for a turkey gun and was going to go with a 4. My reasoning would be shot distances. 
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I'm considering a 9000 for my H&R. What size dot would be the best 2 or 4 and which length on the 9000, short or long?
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