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Lancer Tactical Red & Green Dot Combat Scope w/ Cantilever Mount
[11766 / CA-403B]
$50.00
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by J. PRAHM verified buyer Date Added: Tuesday 15 April, 2014
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For: Lancer Tactical Red & Green Dot Combat Scope w/ Cantilever Mount
Product Information:
This was not my first scope purchase and not my last. This scope is solid and the price is very reasonable. It looks absolutely fantastic on my pts masada and the many other guns ive put it on. This scope is very clear to look through and the high lighting settings make for indoor and outdoor play easy. Overall a great red/green dot scope.

Pros:
-looks great
-works great
-price is fine, not amazing but reasonable
-dot is easy to adjust when sighting in making it easy for newer scope users

Cons:
-on mine the large rubber piece that is connected to the lense cover comes of when i try to flip it up (only on back lens)
-its completely flawless besides the loose rubber piece
by J. AYALA verified buyer Date Added: Tuesday 01 April, 2014
verified buyer
For: Lancer Tactical Red & Green Dot Combat Scope w/ Cantilever Mount
Product Information:
This optic is not the best but not the worst either. It was worth the $50 though. There are more pros than cons so I would recommend this to a friend.

Pros:
Comes with cantilever mount which would be an additional $40 if purchased separately
Cantilever mount adds extra height which is needed when wearing a mesh mask
Has both red and green dots
Looks pretty cool on my AEG
Batteries already inside the scope
Lens Covers


Cons:
The optic is not completely secured on my AEG and shakes whenever I shoot, but only moves when i but some force
The back lens cover is not secure at all. With little force I can just yank it off
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