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Alchemy red dot

April 28 2017 at 9:28 PM

cobalt  (Login cobalt327)
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from IP address 68.184.158.177

Anyone tried an Alchemy red dot? Thing looks like a brick and weight a lot, but thinking it might be tough/durable. Also is 3 moa reticle.

 
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BillK
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That is a heavy duty looking red dot. I like a lighter

April 29 2017, 2:07 PM 

sight for a hand gun.
The Millett SP1 is only 3.5 oz. and quite a bit smaller. Also $20 more.
[IMG][linked image][/IMG]

 
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robny
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it looks soo cool

April 29 2017, 2:47 PM 

it might be worth a try..maybe put it on a Phased plasma rifle in the 40-watt range.

 
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Steve in NC
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162.198.201.47

That looks exactly like TF90 dots I bought nearly two decades ago from Jim Kitchings...

April 29 2017, 3:25 PM 

...(original proprietor of the Yellow Forum). Nice dot, but contrary to advertising at the time, not springer-capable. The optics stand up to recoil, but the intensity control knob (where the battery lives) loosens and eventually falls off. Happened to two (okay - so I'm a slow learner!))

Both are still in service with external homemade electronics -- one with an auto-intensity control circuit.

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cobalt
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Sounds like...

April 29 2017, 7:18 PM 

it might be a decent fit for a 3.72 lb. CO2 carbine [linked image]

 
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