NcSTAR Red Dot Reflex Sight with 4 Different Reticles

NcSTAR Red Dot Reflex Sight with 4 Different Reticles

  • Red dot sight includes four separate options for shooting accuracy; using rear selector, easily switch between four different reticles
  • Heads up display provides unlimited eye relief and field of view; control brightness via seven-position rheostat knob
  • Comes with integrated weaver-style mount and tool for easy attachment; also includes extra CR2032 battery, lens cover, and mounting tool
  • 1X magnification; 24-by-34-millimeter objective diameter; 4.2-ounce weight; 3.25-inch length
  • Includes limited lifetime manufacturer’s warranty

This red dot sight from NcSTAR includes four separate options for shooting accuracyÑusing the rear selector, you can easily switch between four different reticles. Using a safe, battery-powered red LED light to point where you’re aiming, this tool helps train your eye for dead-center accuracy. The heads up display provides unlimited eye relief and field of view, and allows you to control brightness via the seven-position rheostat knob.

Built for durable long life from anodized aluminum, the un

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3 Responses to “NcSTAR Red Dot Reflex Sight with 4 Different Reticles”
  1. Patrick Rubio says:
    80 of 84 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent value for the cost., May 25, 2009
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    Patrick Rubio (MS) –
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    I purchased this site for one of my AR projects. I was a little leary of the quality vs cost issue, but was pleasantly surprised in the end. The multiple siting reticules in red or green are crisp and very bright when set on the highest intensity level. Easily acquired in the brightest sunlight. Mounts easily to any picatinny rail and is easily sited in. Quick target acquisition and a crystal clear lens. Still on target after 300 rounds of .223, so if you have any doubts about the robustness of this site, fear not.

    So, to recap:
    Easy to mount and site in, stays on target after many rounds, multiple reticules in red or green and excellent bang for the buck. (Pun intended)

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  2. CitiZenPete "CitizenPete" says:
    88 of 95 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Inexpensive – somewhat cheap, January 25, 2009
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    This may be an ok red dot sight for low cal firearms, but it does not appear to keep alignment on higher cal firearms – my sight goes out of alignment. Construction could be more solid — There is a bit of play between the sight and it’s mounting base and I have to readjust the site often. (I am not talking about play between the sight’s and the weaver rail mount.) The sight adjustments work however they are not very precise (or sensitive) and have I trouble locking in and keeping it in position. I can shoot 50 rounds at the range and the recoil will throw it out of alignment every time. (I don’t believe I am doing anything wrong adjusting it.) I took it to a local gunsmith and he said he could not adjust it — but I really didn’t understand that, because I can — it just doesn’t stay in adjustment. “You get what you pay for” and “use the right tool for the job” are two sayings that potentially apply in this case.
    This sight may be fine for firearms like: airsoft and .22 cal pistols and rifles. However, .380, 9mm, .40, and higher (certainly P+), and shotguns, may not be the best platform for this sight. Your mileage may vary.
    Reticles are good and brightness is adjustable, however you must remember to turn it off — there is no automatic shut off (auto shut off is common with more expensive sights). Field of view on this sight is ok. Battery life is good, dies down a bit in real cold, but still works.
    Bottom line opinion: IMHO this is a good inexpensive/cheap site for budget restricted consumer or lower cal pistols and rifles. If you have the budget you should be able to do much better for 1.5 to 2 times the price.
    I hope this review makes sense and helps prospective buyers. Good luck.

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  3. Harry Moto says:
    66 of 71 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    C’mon, people! Revised by second purchase., November 20, 2010
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    Harry Moto (Arizona, USA) –

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    So, you pay $30 for a relex sight. It weighs 4 ounces, it’s rock solid, and it works great. What’s not to like? I give it 5 stars because it’s very inexpensive and does everything it claims. The only reason it doesn’t have 4.5 to 4 stars overall is because people are, well, different. One guy rates it down because he didn’t FEEL strongly that he needed it. And that’s the sight’s fault? Many others rated it down because they don’t know how it flippin’ works… Sigh. If you don’t like this scope for $30, you’re going to be very, very hard to please. Good luck with life. 8^)

    I’m using mine on a POI Carbon 15. No issues. Zero’d fine, has kept it’s zero. I have a Trijicon reflex on my CAR15 and I like the adjustments on the NcStar better; they’re more positive. And I like the reticle and the lack of need for a battery better on the Trijicon. Of course, the Trijicon cost somewhere north of $400…

    I was going to add some pictures but I see some very good ones have been put up since I looked last. Good job, and thanks for saving me the trouble!

    Bottom line: Highly recommended. (revised sharply downward; see below)

    ADDED: Review #2. I got another one for another rifle. Ah, now I see… the second one was more of a sight KIT than a useful item. After complete dissasembly, some fiddling around, some spring stretching, and careful reassembly it now works. I’m a technical by trade, and I expect that what I did will be beyond most folks. The first one worked great, so I gave it 5 stars. The second one didn’t work, but I got it functional. One star. About the same time the second one started working, the first one slipped the detent in the brightness selector; now to see the aimpoint, you have to turn the knob to 1/2 way between two settings. Every main numbered setting = off at this time. I haven’t torn into it yet… it may get tossed in the trash instead. So I adjusted my overall rating down to 2 stars.

    Considering that the thing costs 30-35 bucks, it’s not an awful deal. If you get one that doesn’t work, you can return it and try again. When they work they are fine.

    Revised bottom line: Ya pays ya money and ya takes ya chances. Proceed at your own risk.

    ADDED: By ‘more of a sight KIT’, I mean that the elevation didn’t work at all and the windage would go to one side and wouldn’t come back. By completely disassembling the mechanics of the sight and stretching springs, adjusting steel parts etc I was able to make it useful. What we all want is one like the first one, you mount it to the weapon, sight it in, and it provides years of good service. The second one didn’t work at all, out of the box.

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