« JOOLA Midsize Table Tennis Table Plastic Darts (3 Dozen) – Bulk » 3 thoughts on “NcStar Tippmann Red Dot Reflex Sight/ Weaver Base (DP)” 32 of 34 people found the following review helpful Perfect For The Nerf Strong Arm Top Accessory Rail, May 7, 2013 By Stuart Schwartz (Redmond, Washington United States) – Verified Purchase(What’s this?) This review is from: NcStar Tippmann Red Dot Reflex Sight/ Weaver Base (DP) (Sports) I added this sight to my Nerf Strong Arm. It fits the top accessory rail perfectly with the wider included mounting clamps (two sizes of clamps come with this sight.) No modifications to the blaster or sight were required to mount it. Don’t get me wrong, this sight is cheap and is made cheap– but it’s perfect for a toy blaster. I used liquid white-out to paint the body white to match the Nerf blaster color scheme (black, blue, and white). I left the view area inside the sight black to maintain visibility. As you adjust the height, you can see the solid electronic connections flexing inside the sight, it’s obviously not meant to last long with repetitive calibration. In the dark, you can also see a little bit of the LED red light escaping from the body of the sight. With the sight dialed in as high as possible, the Nerf darts are accurate to about 10 yards with a little arch in between. If the dart is at all damaged or curved, it’ll veer off course, but no sight (currently) in the world could account for that. Being so cheap, I didn’t mind experimenting with it. Overall I’m happy with the purchase. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews Was this review helpful to you? | Comments (2) Reply 63 of 74 people found the following review helpful Don’t Buy, February 7, 2008 By H. Tu (Dallas, TX USA) – Verified Purchase(What’s this?) This is made of very cheap plastic. I tried to tighten the screws on to a weaver rail and the base snapped off. Spend the extra money and get something better. I would not recommend anyone buying this unless you feel like burning some cash! 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews Was this review helpful to you? | Comment (1) Reply 38 of 44 people found the following review helpful Impressed to say the least., April 29, 2012 By Pen Name – Verified Purchase(What’s this?) This review is from: NcStar Tippmann Red Dot Reflex Sight/ Weaver Base (DP) (Sports) Impressed. This sight is sitting on my Tippmann Phenom <3 and I am digging it. Its plastic yes, but nothing that will break unless you are, gun illiterate. I’m dissapointed in all the negative reveiws because of all thethe people that expect a Eotech or trigicon reflex for 10 bucks, just not happening. Cons– plastic construction, although i haven’t broken mine due to operator error i think it does look a little flimsy and could be broken with a drop or a rock being thrown or karate ninja attack ect.– glare, it has glare that makes it difficult to see but i believe that seeing the target is fully capable of acheivement.– exposed adjustments, the adjustments on the side and on the bottom both are exposed and could be brushed up against thus altering your zero Pros-price tag, these are $9 a pop, and for that i bought two incase i found one was a bad egg but theyre both identicle and i will end up selling one to one of my paintball budies.– light weight, refering back to the plastic only i see it as a pro rather than a con– metal base, this is good becuse it is technecaly not a weaver rail but a two hook base that grabs the edges of the rail therefore it can be put on sight rails such as a tippmann a5 or a ruger 10/22(which i beleive it would work on a 22 bunnyhunther), or a rail that is a weaver rail.– batery life, i left the batery on for half the day and the dot is still shining away-spare batery-Dot brightness, it is very visible, although i don’t try to shoot the sun, gangsters with TacLights or the cops for that matter, but for practicle use the brightness is just fine. Thanks for reading. IMO this is a good sight for the casual paintballer that doesnt want to run the risk of getting a $900 red/green heat seeking infared scope ruined by a paintball. Atleast if that happened to this sight the worst come to worse you’d be out. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews Was this review helpful to you? | Comment (1) Reply Leave a comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.