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Discussion in 'Optics' started by TheDan, Nov 15, 2018.
It’s a Bushnell.....what more needs to be said.
Maybe the counterfeit is an upgrade......
Bushnells are certainly not for operators who operate operationally, but they work great for casual use.
I have had good luck with every Bushnell product I've owned. I like the brand. The TRS-25 is my go to cheapy red dot also. I make sure I buy from a legitimate source for everything through Amazon now. I have received a few products via third party that were not as described.
I won't tout the TRS-25 as a great, inexpensive red dot any more. I bought two, both genuine, and have problems with one. The dot will disappear after a few rounds. Mess with the brightness settings and it will come back for a few rounds. Repeat as needed. I'm sticking with Primary arms for great, inexpensive red dots like the MD-RBG II or MD-ADS. And the Sig Sauer Romeo 5 is also a good one.
I have a PA micro red dot also and it is a great sight. My Bushnells I bought for $30 a piece though and hold them to a lower standard for cheap.
Buying something for casual use? Unpossible. Everything must meet Tier 1 Mall Ninja standards.
You try calling them to see what they say about it?