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The Bushnell TRS25 is a solid red dot at around $60 if you
I swap a TRS-25 between my MP9 9mm pistol and a 10/22, I'll pick up another one, one of these days. I use a Weaver rail on several different 10/22's, including the one I use the TRS-25 on, they fit good and are inexpensive......


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Old 02-11-2017, 11:15 AM
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So would I need the Weaver Multi-Slot Base System to attach the TRS-25?

How does the TRS-25 compare to the Mueller Quick Shot?
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Old 02-11-2017, 11:42 AM
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I just picked up a Ultradot HD-Micro, I'll let you know how I like it after this weekend.


Would be interested to know your opinion on this, it was on my short list


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Old 02-11-2017, 11:54 AM
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git.. a huge difference in your view/sight picture..

Tube type vs Reflex... with the Reflex it's very EZ to shoot with both eyes OPEN which is the way you should.

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Old 02-11-2017, 12:02 PM
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I already have a cheap reflex and yea the sight picture is wide open, I'm interested in a tube type as it will suit my rifle better aesthetically, the new ultra dot is interesting due to its size and the fact that it's not made in China


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So would I need the Weaver Multi-Slot Base System to attach the TRS-25?

How does the TRS-25 compare to the Mueller Quick Shot?
The TRS-25 uses Weaver style clamping. The Weaver base with multiple slots gives you more options as to where you can locate your optics, either red dot or scope.
The Mueller Reflex also use a Weaver style clamping arrangement. Most if not all red dot and reflex dot optics use Weaver style or picatinny clamping. I have tried
the reflex dot and didn't care for it, too old and set in my ways.

I have no experience with Mueller products so can't comment.
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Old 02-13-2017, 09:49 AM
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Will be a couple more days.... went to pick up some batteries at Wally World yesterday and they were out
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Old 02-14-2017, 08:36 PM
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Will be a couple more days.... went to pick up some batteries at Wally World yesterday and they were out

Battery in and mounted to the takedown and it's great so far, but I have not shot with it. Picking out items around the house was a breeze, both eyes open and the dot was right on the spot without even thinking about it. I'll update after I get to shoot this weekend.
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I much prefer the open Reflex style.. both eyes OPEN shooting and quik/EZ on target. When I started using them it dropped my offhand groups in half. I have tried MANY, some good, some great, some SUCK.. if a full size is O.K. for you then my go-to (after much use and trial/error) is the Mueller Quik Shot.. bright enough even on full sun days to be visible and full Warranty (good folks to deal with IF you need to). If the Mini's are what you seek then the one I really like and it seems that many will agree (Springfield Armory shows/uses it on almost all their Demo's) is the Vortex Venom...
Beware of anything under $50.. been there.. don't do it.

https://www.amazon.com/Vortex-Venom-.../dp/B00S2P2J90

https://www.amazon.com/Mueller-Quick...ck%2Bshot&th=1


Here is the Vortex Venom - 45 d mounted on a AR....





Here is a full size Reflex...

Chaser, How did you mount that reflex along side the Vortex scope?? I've blown up the pic and can't quite make out what you used. Thanks!
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Old 02-28-2017, 12:21 AM
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Warne... real good mount

http://www.midwayusa.com/product/159...-flattop-ar-15
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I have been considering a Burris Fast Fire II or III. Anybody have feedback on them?
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I have been considering a Burris Fast Fire II or III. Anybody have feedback on them?
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Go for the FF3. The FF2 has no brightness adjustment although it has a sensor and will go dim sans bright surroundings.

Had one ( FF2) when I was still in the Philippines. Pics of it mounted on one of my Crosman Custom 2400kt carbine.

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Or you could opt for the Vortex Venom 3 moa. Nothing against Burris but I think Vortex warranty is a notch higher. Did have 2 Burris scopes w/ Droptine reticles before bereft of issues.
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I have been considering a Burris Fast Fire II or III. Anybody have feedback on them?
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I use a Vortex Viper on my TD for fun occasionally. I have found it to be a great sight for close in work. Light and accurate enough best describes it. For any kind of precision work over distance, I'd go with irons or scope.

As for the Burris Fast Fires, they're great red dots but I find them difficult to adjust (like my Vortex Viper).
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I use a Vortex Viper on my TD for fun occasionally. I have found it to be a great sight for close in work. Light and accurate enough best describes it. For any kind of precision work over distance, I'd go with irons or scope.

As for the Burris Fast Fires, they're great red dots but I find them difficult to adjust (like my Vortex Viper).
True. No audible clicks whatsoever when tweaking them elevation/windage screws. It is akin to groping in the dark.

Both the abovementioned red dots are made in the Philippines.
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