NcSTAR 1x35mm Red Dot Optic with Cantilever Mount - Red-Green-Blue Reticle

Manufactured by NcSTAR
SKU: DRGB135
Manufactured by NcSTAR
4 Reviews
$32.25 $60.99

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Details

Details

NcStar Tactical Red Dot sight features a 3 MOA red, green, and blue illuminated dot with 3 brightness settings, unlimited eye relief, and a wide 35mm objective offering ample field of view. This optic comes with a 30mm cantilever picatinny style mount and flip up lens covers.

FEATURES:
  • 30mm body with included cantilever mount
  • Wide 35mm objective
  • Three color illumination: Red, Blue, and Green
  • Unlimited eye relief
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Specifications

Battery TypeCR2032 3V Lithium Coin
BrandNcSTAR
Brightness3 Settings
Click Value1 MOA
FinishHardcoat Anodized
Manufacturer.NCStar
Night Vision CompatibleNon-Compatible
Reticle3 MOA Dot
SizeFull Size
Warranty
Weight19.9 Oz.

WARNING: This Product can expose you to chemicals which is known to state of California to cause Cancer and Reproductive Harm. For more information, see www.p65warnings.ca.gov

Ratings & Reviews

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Outstanding

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Just got to use this red dot. It was on target. Dot are easier to see and dot adjust easy. I will say that the battery cap was torque on really tight. I ended up ruining the battery cap, but I contact NCSTAR and they are sending out a new battery cap.

A good sight for the price

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Great eye relief the blue dot really helps in low light

Love it

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Have had other NC optics and was not that impressed.
<br>This one however looks great, holds zero and obtains targets easily and clearly.
<br>The blue dot is very crisp and is excellent in low light situations.

not bad for the price but watch those adjustments

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If you can get it sighted in it is hard to complain as cheap as this is. I had a bear of a time getting it sighted until I finally realized the adjustments were labeled backward. After that it seemed like I'd seen that in another review. Shoud have taken notes. Once I was on paper I was able to dial it in pretty good. I have it on a buckmark pistol and it is a bit bulky for that use. I'll probably replace it down the road when I'm ready to drop more on a sight. But righ now I've been spending a lot on guns, ammo and silencers lately so I scrimped on this sight for plinking. I figured even if this dod not work I was not out much. But now that I have it dialed in it is good so far. Withg my aging eyesight and the not so great sights on the buckmark I needed something besides iron sights. This will do fine for now. Time will tell how it holds a zero. It's too soon to say but OK out the gate.