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This is a discussion on Original PC4 optic mount ... within the Ruger Semi-Auto forums, part of the Rifle & Shotgun Forum category; Originally Posted by rmichael63 Tacky ... came across this while surfing at lunch. Any experience with this? price is in my wheelhouse so to speak ...


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Old March 10th, 2020, 11:07 AM   #16
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Tacky ... came across this while surfing at lunch. Any experience with this?

price is in my wheelhouse so to speak ...

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Yes I have a fast fire II piggy backed on a 3-950 nikon on my coyote ar rifle. Its a good little optic bout the size of a quarter. I like the 3 better than the 2 because you don't have to unmount it to change the battery. The 2 you do. Due to its size it works well on pistol slides, and other practical places that larger sights will hinder you or wont fit. Its not protected like the strikefire or eotech so you have to be more careful with it, would invest in the protective mount for it. If you want the minimalist sight, that is it very small and lightweight. If you want a bigger sight picture id go with the previous strikefire or eotech. The mount i have is for the fastfire which allows you to mount it to the mini or pc platform. I will look and see if I have a picture of my coyote rifle so you can see how I mounted it. My bdc scope is setup for 100 to 600 yards, the fastfire is setup for 25 yards, think the dot is also 4moa. That way I have up close and distance options quickly.



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