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Lucid HD7 Red Dot Sight Variable Reticle Flat Dark

Model: L-HD7-TAN
Condition: Factory New
Bud's Item Number: 711009230
UPC: 850341002085

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Frame made of cast aluminum. Two modes of reticle brightness operation; manual and auto-brightness. One hundred percent waterproof, fog proof and shockproof. Fully rubberized armor coated. 1x parallax free. Weight: 13 ounces. Operates with one AAA battery (not included) with approximately 1000 hours of battery life. Auto Shut off Function after 2 hours. Built in Picatinny rail mount. Lower 1/3 co-witness. Adjustable click value 1/2 MOA. Variable reticle style with four options.

Finish Flat Dark Earth


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Reviewed By: on 02/26/2014
Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
Overall, this is a solid sight for the money. That said there are some things that did not live-up to my expectations. I read multiple reviews before purchasing the Lucid sight, and the vast majority of them were very positive. I have been disappointed in two area, holding zero and battery life.

As for holding zero, the sight (at least the one I have) does NOT hold zero when switching reticles. The difference has been enough to eat a box of 5.56 before getting it back to zero. Yes, this may be an user issue, but most reviews claim it will not change zero when switching between the reticles. I would suggest picking one and staying with it.

As for battery life. I turn the sight off every time I finish shooting. Somehow it was turned back on in the case after cleaning the carbine. 2 weeks later...dead battery. Ok, not a huge deal...batteries are cheap for this sight (AAA) but the auto-shut down must have failed for the drain to occur.

Like I said at the start, overall I really like this is not an Aimpoint, ACOG, or Eotech...but for a "budget" is well worth the $$$$.